White with black patches
The friendliest of the trio and usually the alpha
Short smooth haired American piggy
Chocolate short hair Abyssinian
She is most bonded with Hazelnut and tends to be 2nd in the pecking order
Blond with white chest/tummy short hair Abyssinian
I adopted this trio of ladies from another rehoming situation and expected to have them the rest of their lives. I did not anticipate this sudden turn of events.
They are typical piggies, they protest at first when you pick them up but will tolerate being cuddled just fine. They have never ever bitten. I’ve found Molly will signal when she wants to go back to her cage or needs to potty by gently tugging on your clothing. The other two ladies will not.
FYI This trio has been kept in a large roomy 3/6 grid cage with washable fleece bedding in the main part and a kitchen area where their food is accessed. However this will not be accompanying them to their new home. (Giving to someone who wants to repurpose for their bunnies.)
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