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1 Mom and two babies (2 females, one male)


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mom and babies

1 Mom and two babies (2 females, one male)

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Milford, Ohio  45150
In the US-Ohio-Cincinnati region

Piggy Info

Bonded trio

Rehoming because

I am rehoming these adorable piggies because when I adopted the female I was unaware that she was pregnant and now I do not have the time nor the financial abilities to take care of all three of them for I am a college student.

I have three that I am rehoming in total, one is all black with short hair (which is the mother) and her two babies one is black and brown with curly hair and the second is tricolored (black, white and brown) with short hair. They are all loving, the babies however are still a little skittish, the babies are about a month old now, the mother is about a year old. 

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