Orange County Cavy Haven
is a non-profit organization dedicated to rehoming guinea pigs in Southern California. We rescue abandoned guinea pigs from shelters in Orange and Los Angeles counties. We also promote proper cavy care and adoption through community outreach.
OCCH is a 501c3 non-profit pet rescue and was founded in 2003 as a rescue for guinea pigs. We are run entirely by unpaid volunteers so all funds go to the guinea pigs. To learn more about us click here.
The rescue will be closed until August 15, 2014. We will not be doing any intake. We will still be doing adoptions, as well as fostering, but we will not be answering any other questions or messages until the end of August. Pignic will take place, as planned, on August 10 at Irvine Animal Care Center from noon to 4pm (please see Events for details). Supply Day will still be taking place on June 22, 2014.
We apologize for any inconvenience. We expect to be back in full swing by the end of August. Thank you so much, Orange County Cavy Haven.
Rescue Me is a bi-monthly publication celebrating the efforts of animal welfare organizations, and the animals they help. Each issue is filled with uplifting pictures and stories of rescued animals. For each subscription they receive using the OCCH code (D291), Rescue Me will donate $19.95 to Cavy Haven!
Order your Real Men Love Guinea Pigs 2014 Calendar
This calendar is 8" x 11" and available in US only.
Order handmade items for your piggies through The Wheek Boutique. All items are made by Cavy Haven volunteers, and all proceeds go to the rescue.
Order t-shirts, bags & wallets and more from our CafePress store.