We have a neutered male (long haired, Chewie) and intact female (short hair, Elsa) bonded pair with their male son (short hair, Harvey Dent) in an adjescent cage. We were told at the pet store in September of last year that our two “female” piggies were about 6 weeks old so I would estimate them to be a little over a year old. Their baby was born in November. We separated the parents and had the father neutered because they are a bonded pair and we didn’t want them to have to stay apart. Chewie does not treat his son Harvey well (and he is intact), so he stays in a cage right next to them. They seem to enjoy being close to each other so I’d hate to see them separated. They will come with two Midwest habitats, hidey houses, water bottles, food bowls and any food, hay or bedding that are left over. I am asking $100 for all so that I know you are committed and knowledgeable about the care these little creatures require. I have been quite ill and Chewy is in need of a good brushing and hair cut and they could all use their nails clipped.
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