"If it were a dog or cat situation, things would be done," Henle told WPTV.
Guinea pigs don't face very good odds in shelters, since most rescues are focused on cats and dogs and don't advertise their smaller residents. Fortunately, these guinea pigs can look forward to a better life. Crazy Cavies, a no-kill rescue, is already setting up foster homes and will be getting them spayed and neutered in the coming weeks. After a short quarantine period, they will be available for adoption.