Apologies, I have two young males, but they are not a bonded pair. One is an American Short Hair, and the other is a Peruvian. I got the Peruvian (Benjamin-3-4 Mo. old) first only to learn they need a friend, so I looked for another and got the American(Franklin 2 Mo. old). I tried multiple times to "bond" them. Franklin is submissive but very outgoing and super entertaining. Benji is quiet and scared of everything but is very dominant. During my last attempt to bond them I thought they would be good because they didn't fight, but I noticed after a week or so that Franklin had cuts by his eye, so I had to separate them. I got them when I had plenty of free time to devote to them, but I started a new job and I work F.T. and I don't get home till late in the evening. I don't have the time to give them the required attention they deserve. They aren't being socialized and I feel terrible about it, but I can't change my circumstances. I would like them to go to a home where the right person, who knows the amount of work these little piggies are, can provide them with what they need. Since they are not bonded, I can rehome them separately, but you must have a friend in mind for them. Or be willing to take both of these little guys and having them with each other but separated. I can provide one of their cages, both hidies, and their fleece bedding, plus extra fleece, two water bottles, one bowl, and one little hay feeder.
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