Here you will find all types of chinchilla names; each one will have its own description. If you have a question about anything you see, please email me. Oh, also – if you would like to use any of these chinchilla names I would be flattered, but PLEASE ask first! Thanks!
The rear view of Scooter, Speedy G. and Smokey – this is amazing chinchilla names. They were either VERY tired or trying to reenact a scene from the Blair Witch!
A great chinchilla names is our little Norrington! We’re pretty sure that he’s not possessed by the devil in this shot, but one can never be too sure! Norrington is a permanent resident here at chinchilla names page.
A view from inside the entrance of chinchilla names. We make sure that our chins get plenty of light during the day without direct exposure.
Here he is! Our sweet Monty! Take a look at his left front paw – this is the malformed leg, a result of the break that went untreated.
Here’s our own Morgan, or as we call him here at chinchilla names, Big Moo. Notice the rip out of his left ear and check out his little front paws, notice how it appears that he has missing toes. Well, that’s because unfortunatly, he does.
This is Chili – a beautiful looking boy. No visual signs of abuse but here we can see him perched on one of his ledges in the far corner of his cage. He’s still quite terrified of people, no doubt a result of being swung by his tail.
This is a great chinchilla names of Creedy, Chili’s brother. Or as we call him here at chinchilla names page, Big-Nosed Bup. Here he is hanging out in his wheel, which sometimes doubles up as a bed for him. He’s a very friendly boy now after being abused at a pet shop. Don’t think about sticking your arm inside his cage though to grab at him, it brings back a lot of stress of his younger days.
Ah yes, our resident alpha female. This is Rin, otherwise known as ‘the spider monkey’ for her crazy antics. Rin was not a rescue. What can I say about this girl, except that she’s our comic relief!
This is Gabby, Kristy’s wild little rescue. Gabby came from a pet store where she was neglected and obviously very unhappy. Now she’s a little spit-fire who can spray a person with pin-point precision from across the room! ) We love this girl anyway and who wouldn’t? I mean, just look at this chinchilla names!
Is this a happy chin, or what?! Here is our big girl, Rin, getting a little chin-chin rub which she obviously just LOVES!
Here’s a shot of our own Rin…the way she uses her hammock you would think she’s a ferret!
Taking a fashon tip from Winky-Roo, Grey sports his own no-bite collar. This poor little guy hurt his tail and just doesn’t know enough to leave it alone, hence – the no-bite collar. Needless to say, he’s not the happiest chin on the block right now.
In preparation for my wedding, I took it upon myself to take on the task of folding 1,000 origami cranes. Here we can see our friend, Jin, trying his best to help me out…or, er, is he just trying to bite the head off?
So on February 17th 2012, I married my long-time sweetheart, Corey. Of course I had to have a picture taken with Monty before the big event! Now the two of us have a formal portrait together! Awww…
Here we can see a very inquisitive Monty checking out his downstairs neighbor. Careful Monty, you know how Buddy gets!
just had to post this chinchilla names of Chili on the website! Have you ever seen a chinchilla look more like a bat…or Yoda for that matter??
Here is Grey showing us that yes, he can go without his collar for a minute or two before biting at his tail. These moments are always very short lived however. Grey is currently wearing a much smaller collar for the winter, showing us that ‘less is more’ for the winter season trends.
Here’s a shot of our friends, Zoe and Juju! These two beautiful chins live with our friend, Kerry, who has been doing a lot of great work with us here at the rescue!