Two Female Guinea Pigs and Supplies
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Rehoming becauseI am a college student who is moving away for graduate school very soon and unfortunately cannot take my two girls with me
I have 2 young female guinea pigs that need to be rehomed. They are both very gentle and sweet with both kids and adults. I am a college student whose schedule no longer allows me the time to care for them as they need. Included is both guinea pigs, a 2x3 coroplast cage with loft, a litter pan, 2 glass water bottles, 2 food dishes, a wooden tunnel, 2 different cage liners for the bottom and 1 for the top, a travel carrier, play pen, a bag of Oxbow Adult food, and timothy hay treats. They are both healthy and have recently had vet visits. I will be extremely sad to see them go, but they deserve a better home where they will get more attention. Please contact me at the number or emails listed if you are interested in giving these girls a loving home! Looking for $250 or the best offer.
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