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Trio female Guinea Pigs


Trio female Guinea Pigs


Trio female Guinea Pigs

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Piggy Info

Bonded trio
Short hair

Rehoming because

My family doesn't want them anymore and I have to get rid of them asap.

Our Story

Mocha, Oreo, and Coco are a bonded trio with very different personalities. 

Mocha is the oldest, about 6 months, and she's the boss around here. She's very calm and sits around most of the time. She doesn't like scratches but shes ok with gentle petting. We all have our good and bad sides and Mocha's bad side just happens to be that she will bite through anything, so don't put her on your good shirt unless you want holes in them. Aside from biting through things she's a quiet girl so she won't disturb your peace and quiet.

Oreo's the middle child, about 4-5 months,  and she's quite the charmer. She loves attention, cuddles, butt scratches, and food. We feed them vegetables at night and she'll make sure you remember. She'll squeak if she isn't fed vegetables at night and won't stop until she's fed. She's quite smart for knowing her feeding schedule. If you're filling or feeding her food she'll sniff and greet you. She's perfect if you need a cuddle buddy as long as she's fed.

Coco's the baby, about 4 months, and she's a scardy-cat. She'll run away from loud sounds even from a sneeze or cough. She cannot be left alone or she'll cry until she has her sisters with her. She loves to cuddle with her sisters especially when she's scared. Give her time to get used to you before you try playing with her. She'll let you pet and scratch her when she's comfortable with you but it will take awhile for her to warm up to you.

We bought Coco and Oreo from different pet stores and we adopted Mocha from a family that didn't want her anymore.  They're not related but we call them sisters because they're inseperable. They all have very unique personalities which causes them to get annoyed with each other at times, but they find comfort in cuddling each other when they're scared. Please treat them with love and keep them together if you plan on adopting them.

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