Mischief is a beautiful American guinea pig with brown, darker brown, and white fur.
She was in the back of the pet store when we got her for biting the ears of other guinea pigs, however she is very sweet. I imagine that was only because of the stress from the store, as she has never harmed a hair on any of the many other guinea pigs she has been with.
Mischief will let you stroke her sides and her muzzle, but still needs a bit of time socializing, though she is very sweet when held as well once you earn her trust.
She gets along well with other guinea pigs, and could easily be socialized with the right owner. (Sadly, I have been too afraid to get too attached to them, so I haven't done an excellent job with this.)
Nutmeg is a brown female, under a year younger than Mischief, who is her mother. She appears to be an American crested, but she is a mix between an American, a crested, and a skinny pig. (Note: I did not want Mischief to breed, but my mom's friend kept putting Mischief with a male.)
Nutmeg is very sweet, and has never bitten anyone, on accident or purposefully. She is also nervous around people, but will let them stroke her muzzle. She hates being picked up, and is rather scared when held.
They are both around 2-3 years old, and both are healthy and active.
If anyone is interested, there are some things to know to contact me, and things you mist agree to if you plan to adopt them, because I do not trust people easily:
•There is an adoption fee
•I wish to keep updated with them, and know everything about their health, diet, etcetera because I am very paranoid for my little ones.
•I wish to have my little ones back (full refund) if you do not take care of them adequately. Meaning improper diet, mixing them with males, keeping them in filthy conditions, letting children play around with them, keeping them in stressful conditions, etc.
•If you need to contact me, text or email. I can very rarely answer a call, however I do usually answer quickly.
Hi, I read your posting and I am very interested in these two. Im wanting to get a couple of female guinea pigs to try an even out my group of two males. However, I completely understand not wanting your piggies to breed and both of mine are in fact neutered. I was wondering if you would be okay with this? I am absolutely willing to meet every other request.
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