About Animallama – Small Pet Care Blog

by Monika Kucic

Welcome to Animallama, a blog educating small pet owners on how to take good care of their adorable pets!

My name is Monika and I started this blog because I wanted to help pets and their humans on their journey. Our goal is to take part in educating and informing small pet owners of the best ways to care for their fur friends.

If you’re an owner of small pets such as guinea pigs, rabbits, rats, mice, or hamsters, make sure to read through our posts to find valuable tips on how to keep your pets happy and healthy! Our blog posts are written by experienced and knowledgeable small pet owners with years of experience.

Animallama writers:

Emily Bingham – writing about rabbits

Emily has strong background working in animal care with small animals like rabbits, guinea pigs, and more. She has been keeping rabbits as pets for over ten years, which has granted her with a wealth of knowledge.

Alison Blyth – writing about rats

Alison Blyth is currently owned by 11 rats, collectively known as the Horde. She has been keeping rats since 2000, and specializes in rehoming rescue animals with medical or behavioral problems.

On the photo: Six of Alison’s rats

Beri Instone – contributor to our mice, rats, and hamster posts

Beri Instone is small rodent wrangler extraordinaire and custodian of many mice, hamsters, and rats. She’s providing her expertise and contributing to our posts with her valuable experience.

On the photo: One of many Beri’s mice

Lindsay Pereira – writing about guinea pigs

Lindsay Pereira is a pet-lov’in Montréal-based writer who’s a “mommy” to Muffy, a grumpy guinea pig with a serious attitude problem, the recently departed Miss Lilly, who is happily nibbling hay in guinea pig heaven.

On the photo: Muffy & Miss Lily

Bethany Crane – writing about rats

Bethany Crane is a fully qualified veterinary care assistant personally experienced in keeping rats as pets. She also has a rich professional experience with rat care (husbandry, veterinary care and enrichment).

Want to Get in Touch?

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