We brought Bandit and Hershey both home for Christmas in 2016. They were both rehomes thinking we had two males. Before we knew it, we had a pregnant mommy and three babies within just a few months. Bandit is a male born Sept. 2016 and is the daddy to the three younger ones. He has been neutered. Hershey is a female born Dec. 2016 and is the mommy to the three younger ones. the three sisters, Buffy Jo, Patch and Teddy are all females born May 19, 2017.
We are asking a rehoming fee of $30. We also have a 2x5 C&C cage with a 2X2 loft which includes a kitchen area and hay loft,all on a stand with 5 cubby openings for baskets. It comes with several extra grids, plus several water bottles available. If you would also like the cage and all accessories, we would sale for $150 which includes the rehoming fee. You would also be welcome to all padded fleece bedding (amaturely made) and all pads. (The new value of this cage is $240, however the piggies have chewed on the sides of the ramp and kitchen area.)
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