3 Bonded 3-Month Old Sisters!
Dora - Tan body with grey spot on her face and white stripe down nose. She is the outspoken leader of the group! She is very nice to her owners after you earn her trust. Our resident extrovert! She will let you pet her and pick her up and will eat from your hand and crawl in your shirt to snuggle!
Opal - Black and white with a small tan spot on in her very debonnaire nose! She is a goof-ball and runs and popcorns like a spaz. She also is quite the climber! I once saw her hop onto my elevated mantel during floor time in one swoop...! She’s our resident weirdo and we love her for it.
Annie - Tan with a greyish-brown spot on bum and face and white strip down her nose. She is the shyest is the group and it will take you the longest to bond with her so be patient with her. She is extremely pretty, looks like a sleek mouse and she runs a ton when she thinks you’re not looking. She’s our resident scardey-cat!
They love vegetables and will squeal for them! Their favorite vegetable hands down is bell pepper... they go mad for them. They also love cucumbers, parsley, kale, brussel sprout leaves, carrot shreds (occasional treat), and black cherries (occasional treat). They like dandelion leaves okay but HATE collard greens.
They’re used to having hay and pellet food all the time with an ample feeding of veggies sometime in the afternoon. They also love crunchy guniea snacks. I do extensive floor time with them once a week in my living room which I have piggy-proofed and they like the large run around space and get excited.
They come with a CC cage and extra parts to expand it when they get bigger, a pet store guniea travel cage, toys, hidy-spots, and basic supplies.
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