Our family has two sets of bonded male juvenile Guinea pigs. They are approximately eight months old.
We started with two males, but they didn’t get along, so we separated them. After doing more research we decided they must have a companion. We got lucky and they now each have a companion and are successfully bonded. They spend time in an outside pen together but are still separated in pairs.
They are extremely well fed and love their veggies and salads. They will “week” and get excited to see you and play. All are interactive and comfortable with children. Each set has their own rabbit cage that can allow them to go on two levels. They are easy to clean and give them space to play.
We are giving each pair their rabbit cage (that we use indoors) as well as their toys, huts, beds, food and water bottle and any remaining food. All four do not have to go together, but we will not break up the bonded pairs, Please see photos of each pair.
Small rehoming fee to assure credible adoption
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