Both females at approx. 3yrs of age, single owner pets, Lola is the girl with the hair that is totally unmanageable, she even has a mohawk at times. Elizabeth or Lizzy is a short hair breed and is of typical coloring. They are a happy pair and very bonded to one another. Xlarge cage, bowls, water bottle, houses and any food or bedding that has been opened and can not be returned will also go with these two. We have owned these two since they could fit in our palms and now they are the size that our small 10 pound dog thinks they are her pups and they let her, lol. Oranges and celery are their favorites but anytime they hear cooking going on in the kitchen they pay total attention. If it were not for the downsizing of our family and expenses and the looking for a smaller place these two would stay with us but it is not fair to them to go into a smaller habitat. However, I will want a person that has experience with these animals and can give them as much time and love as we have. We are asking that for an adoption fee of $100 for the pair.
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