They are both short hair.
One of them is brown with a white tummy; her name is Cocoa. She is super shy and timid! When she's scared, she tends to freeze in place and stay that way until you leave the room. She's gotten a lot better though and will even eat out of my hand when I have fresh produce to give them. She feels most comfortable when she is with the other guinea pig.
The other one is white with black spots; her name is Bonnie. She is NOT scared whatsoever, she even chases my grown cat around the house. As soon as you open the cage door, she comes running up to you because she's expecting food.
They love to talk. Neither of them like to be picked up a whole lot, but once you have them they're not squirmy. They don't bite, sometimes a little nibble here or there. It breaks my heart to let them go, but I feel that that is what is best for them.
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Yes, that one is adorable and looks just like the one you must have for your very important reason or you will not be able to go on living. But, there are many more in your area that are just as wonderful. Perhaps they are not listed here, but they can be found. The piggy in need waiting for you near your own back yard might look a little different, but could melt your heart anyway!
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