We purchased these two boys from Petco in September and were told they were a few months old. Tiny and Tinsel! Tiny is multicolored, he was tiny when we got him but has grown quickly! He is the calmer one and likes to be held. Tinsel is silver/grey and is more skittish and rambunctious! They balance each other great and they get along wonderfully! They squeal with excitement when someone enters the room! They do run when you try to get them out but I've heard this takes months for them to warm up to. I went overboard with their habitat! They have a huge C&C cage 27 by 50" a fleece cage liner, and tons of accessories! Well over $300 worth of stuff. They look like they live in a Barbie mansion LOL!! And we originally intended to get females thus the pink and purple decor! I will include everything the cage, all accessories, bowl, hay rack, plus a brand new large bag of multi-colored Carefresh paper bedding. Asking $100. I really just want them to go to a loving home that they deserve!
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