Harriet (long hair) used to be a solo girl until one day, Chamoy (short hair) came in, and they instantly became friends.
I got Harriet at around May 13, 2018 and Chamoy at around July 1, 2018. Both were store bought.
If you are interested in their set up: Their cage is about 58 inches by 42 inches and their hay area is about 30 inches by 18 inches. It's all a bunch of planks of wood with vinyl stuck onto it. Their hay area is a store bought cage bottom.
They can come with their cage, 2 huts, 2 bowls, 2 bottles, 1 new fleece blanket, 1 soft blanket, and any food they have left over.
Please leave a voicemail, if you call.
Their rehoming fee is $40
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