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Two bonded male multicolor

 

the guineas eating together

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kenny curling up with some food. he's the brave one.
butters and kenny hanging out and eating
Butters, the shy timid one

Two bonded male multicolor

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Piggy Info

Bonded pair
Male
Babies
Short hair

Rehoming because

My partner has allergies to different varieties of grass and had no reaction from Timothy Hay in the first month. However, she started having a negative reaction during the second month that showed with hives, coughing and wheezing. The pet store only accepts returns within the first month so we are unable to return them.

  We have two bonded short hair guinea pigs. One has primarily white and tan fur with splashes of black fur. The other one has primarily black fur with small portions of tan and white fur. They both have short and sleek hair.

  They are only around 2 months old and coexist well with each other. They love to play and run around their enclosure throughout the day. We had them located in a high traffic area of our home and they are used to everyday routine sounds and are accustomed to seeing other animals near their enclosure such as cats and dogs (they would go up and sniff our other pets from inside their enclosure).

  We are applying a rehoming fee and they will come with:

-their enclosure

-edible shelter

-chewable wooden bridge

-large water bottle with water level indicator

-enclosure cleaner

-vitamin drops

-optional additional enclosure

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