Our story began with two guinea pigs named Theadore and Timothy who were and are well loved. But one morning with discovered that Timothy was actually a Tabitha when we found three clean, happy babies in their cage. We were very suprised! The pet store told us they were selling us two males - we are NOT breeders. We were new to things then but have educated ourselves a lot since then. Thankfully Tabitha had a healthy pregnancy and all of the babies have done splendidly! We have taken excellant care of them with a large cage, fresh Timothy hay, fresh vegetables and more. They are now 7 weeks old. They are shy but when handled gently they warm up to you quickly. Moppet is the one with the white head and Hunca Munca has more brown coloring. They are okay with new names if you aren't a Beatrix Potter fan. They are very enthusuastic about food and will come to you with shouts of joy. I am asking for a rehoming fee of $50 for these sisters to ensure they go to the very best home. They are only up for adoption together as it would be sad to split them up. I am looking for a home where the owner can provide a large cage (at least as big as the midwest cage to start with), fresh Timothy hay and veggies and older responsible children or adults caring for them. I wish I could give them to you with a cage but I have the males and females seperated and need it for their Mom until I find her a good home. I will send them with two snuggle sacks they like though. PLEASE TEXT OR EMAIL ME IF INTERESTED. Cute little Moppet and Hunca Munca can't wait to meet and love you!
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