These boys were rescued from an unfit and unsafe living condition. Before they were living in a storage type bin with it being cleaned very little and not the sufficient diet. The person was looking to get rid of them so I had taken them in myself but while I have guinea pigs too they are all females and I can't have babies. They are in their own temporary separate cage but deserve a better living space and a proper home and owner who will love them. They were and are still slightly nervous but we have been socializing them and getting them onto a better diet of more than just pellets (they need hay and vegetables to maintain a stable metabolism and regular guinea pig activity. They actually do enjoy some cuddling and are quite calm and quiet. They are around one and half years old. I do know they were adopted together and are brothers. I would love for these boys to be adopted together as for they have been together their whole life. I often catch them sleeping together such as in the photos. Asking for a $40 rehoming fee. I will provide some pellets and hay to get started but their cage and other bowls are extra and from my current c&c cage for my females. Please feel free to email and or text me. I am willing to travel negotiably.
** In the photo above of the v-shaped hairloss I have consulted with a vet and was told it was what is called barbering where they chew their hair and give themselves a hair cut it is not harmful**
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