A field of guinea pigs present in a parking lot had been “fly-tipped”, the RSPCA stated.
The field containing between six and ten guinea pigs was discovered at Weir Water in Admirals Bridge Lane, East Grinstead, on Wednesday.
A few of the animals had escaped and have been roaming free, earlier than 5 of them have been rounded up.
RSPCA inspector Liz Wheeler stated a number of others had escaped into the undergrowth and couldn’t be discovered.
“It was a problem making an attempt to catch the guinea pigs as there have been between six and ten in whole and so they have been so frightened and skittish,” she stated.
“They have been working off in all instructions by means of the brambles, nettles and thick ferns.
“Regardless of us looking and going again in a while, we’ve not been capable of finding them.”
A few of the animals have been struggling with mites and would want some veterinary remedy.
Two of the guinea pigs are pregnant and as a consequence of give beginning quickly.
“It is attainable the proprietor grew to become overwhelmed with the variety of pets – however nonetheless, abandoning an animal isn’t the proper possibility,” Ms Wheeler stated.