I have two male guinea pigs that are a bonded pair, they are about two to two and a half years old, their names are Little John and Frier Tuck. Frier Tuck has a small bald spot on his head hence the name, they are used to getting fresh veggies every day and will scream at you when it's dinner time. They are not used to being held all the time, I have only been able to get them out every once in a while, but they are not unfriendly. I have a four year old that is rather rough (not meaning to be), but I don't want them getting hurt; this makes it difficult for me to spend much time with them. I'm sure if you take the time they would get used to it quickly. I will send all of their stuff with them which includes an 8 square foot cage, two water bottles, two igloos, some wooden things for their cage, a carrier, a small cage for vacation, and fleece cage liners, plus other fleece beds, mats, and miscellaneous items. I want them to go to a good loving home! Our pets are our babies, and I am having to part with them mainly because I have become so allergic to their hay.
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