I have two bonded adult females. I adopted them from Petsmart in June of 2014 so they still have some life left to live. They are bedded in fleece. One of them is a gray and white short haired; her name is Chi. The other girl is a black and white American crested (I believe) shorthair; her name is Sumo-mo or MoMo for short.
Chi is very social and loves to talk a lot. Momo is pretty skittish still, but she does love a good cuddle every now and then.
If you would like to have my girls, I'd like to offer a lot of my guinea pig supplies I have. I have multiple fleece bedding sheets, a food and water bowl, 2 igloo, a litter box I made, and I could even give you my 4 by 3 foot corrugated plastic cage (which can be edited to your liking if it's too big). And much more.
If you'd like to contact me- my phone number is (478)-397-2019 and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
If you call and i don't answer PLEASE leave a message saying why you called and I'll get back to you immediately. Also, you could text me if youd rather.
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