I'm asking $65 for both of them, however, I will include a bag of hay, their cage, food bowl, water bottle, hay feeder, and whatever feeding pellet they have at the time!
About the piggies:
Potato is the American guinea, while Sina (pronounced See-Nah) is the Abyssinian guinea. Potato is sort of skittish about being picked up, but once picked up she doesn't seem to mind being held. From my experience, Sina doesn't mind being picked up or held. They love their veggies and are very vocal about welcoming you home! I'm not sure of their age and they haven't been to a vet since I've gotten them (about five months ago) however they show all signs of being healthy (no sniffles or sneezing/wheezing, they poo regularly, are bright-eyed, eat heartily, are very active, etc.)
Be aware, I do ask questions of any potential adopter such as their experience with guinea pigs (and other animals in general).
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