Two Female Guinea Pigs - Bandit and Cinnamon - need a loving and quiet home.
I work a lot and have not been home a lot so these 2 are used to very quiet households. They tend to be pretty skittish with super fast movement but will get used to you if you stay around long enough.
Bandit: Tends to be the more adventurous/brave one, will come up to you and smell your hand. She lets you pet her, but not excessively. She is the pickier eater of the 2. She doesn't like many new treats i've introduced her to but she's obsessed with cucumbers.
Cinnamon: She's the chirper! When she hears a bag opening, she will begin singing thinking it's a treat for her. She loves to eat, pretty much any treat you give her. Except squash-- they both hate it. Cinnamons the biggest scaredy cat though. She will take the treat from your hands and run away.
These 2 are super sweet. They will require a loving, caring and understanding home. With time, these 2 will definitely warm up to the right owner.
Rehoming Both: $50
Supplies (2 Cages, Food, Fleece, Homes, Water Dispensers): $15
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