We have 3 girls who are still under a year old, but they are fully grown. They have gone to the vet and are healthy and happy and I will give them their vet records too if you want to keep track of their growth. They all have very different personalities and they're super fun to watch and play with.
Mocha: Born around June, 2017. We got her from a family that no longer wanted her, and this will be her third home. Hopefully third times the charrm. She's the dominate one and is calm and quiet. She's very laid back, but beware because she chews on anything in her reach. She's chill and just lays around, but just don't touch her butt or lower body or she will jump and sprint away.
Oreo: Born around August 2017. We got her from petco and she was my first guinea pig. I fell in love with her instantly. She's super smart and knows when it's time for food. We feed her veges at night and the first thing she does when I come home from work is squeak next to her bowl where we put the vege. She also squeaks when they're out of food or water. Never have to worry about them not having food or water because she'll remind you for sure.
Cocoa: Born around August 2017. We got her from a different petco and we think she's the youngest. She's shy and scared of everything. She'll squeak like no tomorrow if she's left in the cage alone. She used to be the smallest but now she's the fattest. She loves sweets such as treats and fruits, but don't give into her cuteness and limit her sweets.
Please be patient and give them time to get used to you before trying to carry or play with them. Once they're comfortable they'll be a bundle of joy.
We will be giving everything away for $150-$200 which includes 3 piggies, 2 cages (we connected together to make it bigger), bowls, bottles, hay rack, wooden house, plastic hideouts, nail clippers, treats/toys, cage sweeper, bedding, hay, pellets, etc.
We buy the best brand and largest bags for hay, bedding, and pellets so you'll be set for awhile depending on when you get them. pretty much the only thing you would have to buy would be peppers or if you run out of food or bedding.
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