Guinea pigs abandoned in Welwyn Garden City

PUBLISHED: 15:11 06 October 2017

This little piggy (almost) went to market. Photo: Welwyn Hatfield Council

This little piggy (almost) went to market. Photo: Welwyn Hatfield Council

Welwyn Hatfield Council

Street wardens found a pair of guinea pigs dumped on the side of the road in Welwyn Garden City this morning.

This little piggy didn't stay at home. Photo: Welwyn Hatfield Council This little piggy didn't stay at home. Photo: Welwyn Hatfield Council

Chris Keen and Jude Wylds were on their regular patrol of the streets for Welwyn Hatfield Council when they found the furry creatures.

They had been left in a cage on the side of Holwell Hyde Lane with no owner nearby.

A spokesperson for the council has confirmed that the guinea pigs are in good health and will be rehomed.

She added: “We’re welcoming any suggestions for names!”

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