I would like $50 for rehoming these girls. I would like to offer their supplies with them (no additional fee). These girls are young and bonded.
The lighter, brown-eyed female who we call Toaster Strudel, is about a year and a half old. We've had her since she was three months old. She was previously bonded with a geriatric female. She is in good health and a nice plump potato.
The darker, red-eyed female who we call Candy Cane, is about 5 months old. We've had her since she was three weeks old. She is healthy and continues to grow.
Both girls have healthy teeth and tolerate nail trimmings. I currently have them in two side-by-side Midwestern habitats. I would offer their habitats (I also have two smaller cages, if needed) and the accouterments (pigloos, pipes, hay containers, water bottles, pellet bowls, food storage container and any pellets/hay I have remaining). The older girl is accustomed to free-running around the living room. The younger hasn't been allowed to yet (she has trouble finding her way home) but is allowed to roam out of the habitat within a pig pen.
These ladies tolerate holding but would enjoy being in a home where they could be held more. They sing all day for treats (especially if they hear the fridge open or a bag crinkle). They love greens fresh from our garden and are spoiled with the variety of veggies they get every day. They have been kept in our living room so they are accustomed to and comfortable with lots of activity around them all day.
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