These two female guinea pigs, Reeses (5 years old) and Fawn (3 years old) are a bonded pair. They are not spayed and cannot live with male
guinea pigs who are not neutered.
Reeses (the dominant piggy) is a black, white, and orange/tan American short hair who usually comes to her name. She likes to play and run around, and squeaks
regularly. Reeses enjoys treats and carrots and also likes to chew. She is known to bite on occasion and is sensitive to touch on her back. She also has a minor head deformity which causes her to drink from her water bottle abnormally.
Fawn (the submissive piggy) is an orange/tan and white Abyssinian who usually comes to her name. She is more docile than Reeses and doesn’t play much. She is gentle, does not bite and is a joy to handle. Fawn also enjoys treats and benefits from having a separate food bowl as Reese tends to eat a lot. She is not a fan of chew sticks and needs to be encouraged to chew to help prevent dental issues. Also her claws are a bit of a challenge to maintain so she needs regular grooming.
Both guinea pigs are perfect for an experienced child or a gentle family. I highly suggest they stay together as they are a bonded pair. I don’t recommend changing their
names, because they appear to know them.
Every once in a while, they get mites which is easily handled by flea/tick/mite spray.
Adoption fee: $30.
-5 ft. coroplast cage that can be modified if
-Food bowl, hay rack, water bottle.
-3 hidey huts
-Two sets of machine washable fleece (with clips)
-Cleaning and grooming supplies
-Remaining food, hay
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