2 male guiena pigs needing somewhere with more attention that i can offer them, both enjoy company and can be handled, although mocha is a lil twitchy when being picked up, he does like a lil cuddle, pumpkin is very still and doesnt mind being picked up, do have to be careful putting down as he does try to jump for his cage.
Mocha is a pink eyed light brown,orange and white male, pumpkin is the larger black and orange male. Both are 1 year, 6 months old roughly.
They do live together and as long as they have an igloo or box to hide away when needed, they dont fight with each other. Mocha is very friendly and will come to the cage as soon as ppl approach with pumpkin being a little more shy.
Im looking for a home that can give them more room and cuddles than what i can , as im always busy with work, household or school matters with my son, they deserve more for such a sweet pair.
Will go with their current cage, water bottles, food dishes, igloo, food and bedding and all their supplies as well. Asking for $40 for them.
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