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Mother and Daughter Guinea pig


Mother and Daughter Guinea pig


Mother and Daughter Guinea pig

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Piggy Info

Short hair

Rehoming because

My Guinea pig became pregnant and I ended up with more than I planned to own. I am in school and I work so I would like to rehome the mother and daughter to someone who will have more time for them.

Our Story

I bought my first Guinea pig from a pet store and thought it was lonely so I wanted to buy a cage mate. I was told it was a female so I bought a second female to go with it. The first one was actually a male, and they ended up having 2 babies. I have owned the dad the longest and he is more timid, so I am looking to rehome the mother and daughter as a pair. They have lived together since the babies were born May 21st, and I would like to keep them with each other.

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