Brooklyn Elizabeth is only a month old. She is black, white and tan/creamish color. She has three black paws and one tan one. She is extremley timid and shy but after all shes still a baby. She has a slight eye problem that we do not know what it is but her left eye has hair loss around it. She needs proper care for that and I do not have the money to do so. She will not come with any supplies or guinea pigs. She is a only baby, no other pups. Her mother died a week ago when she hit four weeks, she does not need another guinea pig with her but I DO SUGGEST you get another FEMALE pup to put her with, since shes used to being around another guinea pig and if not she might become depressed. My male guinea became extremely depressed when I seperated him from the female so he couldnt reimpregnant and possibly kill her. I suggest having another PUP/BABY guinea with her unless you are will to spend at least two hours giving her affection a day. Thank you for your time & consideration, sincerely Kimmie Xx
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