This is Peanut Butter Buns, or Buns for short. He is super sweet, great with young children (we have had him for a year, got him when my son was 4 and my daughter was 1) he has never bitten, he enjoys being pet and can handle kids playing with him without getting mean. He used to go to work with me and would just sit on my desk while I worked, being all awesome like a guinea pig Yoda :) we love him and hate to have to rehome him but it is what is in the best interest of everyone at this point. Full disclosure, I am terrible at cutting his nails, so they will need touched up no matter what point he is rehomed.
Buns will come with all his stuff including a cage, litter (currently he has two bags of it, depending on when he finds a new home that amount may change!), food pellets and hay, litter spray, treats, salt lick, toys, brush, guinea pig dry shampoo, portable cage, nail clippers, water bottle, vitamin C drops, etc. everything he needs will be included. Asking a rehoming fee of $75.
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