Two unbonded male guinea pigs (they are in separate cages but won’t fight if put together in a neutral area)
george was rescued after he was dumped outside a pet store so unfortunately I’m not sure how old he is. He is still skiddish around people but he does come around ( all it takes is some veggies) he is black with and orange stripe and an orange patch on his nose - I’ve had him for almost 3 years
meeko is a little over a year old, I got him as companion for George but never put him in the same cage so I don’t think they are actually bonded. Meeko is white with black eyes and is super sweet. He gets nervous with sudden movements but unlike George he warms right up to people with no treats involved - I’ve had him since he was born
although they are not in the same cage their cages are right next to each other so they can see each other all the time and are let out together. They usually chase each other around for a second and then mind their own business. They share food while together but have no real interest in being close
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