Two three-year-old male brothers. They are social and chirpy little fellows. We have a rehoming fee of $75 to cover the costs of the cage, water bottle, food bowl, litter boxes, any food we still have, and litter.
They are litter trained for urine. They do go in their two boxes making it easier to keep their cage tidy. We have the long open cavie cages with the fleece lining. It works very well. I would recommend purchasing a new fleece.
They are good with small children. Our neighbors come by often with their two toddlers and often hold them and feed them carrots or string beans. We've given the piggies baths at least a few times a year. They don't love it but they will tolerate. One more than the other.
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