African Pygmy Dormice

Species: African Pygmy Dormice
Group: 6 female, 5 male
Arrived: 25 June 2016

Successfully rehomed

These African Pygmy Dormice came to us after some unexpected litters. They are a mixture of ages. They are looking for homes in pairs or small groups.

African Pygmy Dormice are fascinating, beautiful exotics that need room and opportunity to climb. They are most active in the evening and are impressive hunters of crickets. They are generally not handleable though they will not bite and are a very interesting animal to watch.

First-time owners are fine to enquire providing they've done or are willing to do a little research.

Please check out the Learn More button to get more information about them as a species and feel free to ask questions!

18th September - 3 females off to their new home!

14th October - 5 males off to their new home!

28th December - 3 females off to their new home!

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