Jack (o-Lantern)

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Our Story

Jack is the most handsome pig I’ve ever seen, and he loves to be held while he snacks! He’s a bit of an alpha pig, so I prefer that he be adopted to complete a neutered pair or paired with a baby, or with his current cage mate Mouse. Mouse and Jack get along great! Jack was born in October 2023, hence the name Jack-o-Lantern. I wish I could keep him, but sadly I’m unable to provide a home for all the babies that came from the misgendered sows I adopted.

Willing to drive for the right home. Please be prepared to answer some basic questions and share photos of your cage/habitat - I want to ensure this little guy goes to a loving home!

Guinea pig info

Listing info

$20 per guinea pig

Rehoming because

I adopted "male" pigs that turned out to be females, and we now have pups.


Waiting For Right Home


Prattville, Alabama  36066
In the US-Alabama-Montgomery region




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