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5 month old Mocha needs new home



5 month old Mocha needs new home

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Cocoa, Florida  32927
In the US-Florida-Space Coast region

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Rehoming because

I need to re-home Mocha due to being put on oxygen 24/7. My pulmonologist has told me that it's a must.☹️

ADOPTED!Mocha! Latte` is a 5 month old female piggy. She is healthy, been vetted and I will provide you with her cage, flannel, and all food and hay, as well as her pet carrier, vitamin c drops and nail clippers. 

She is a very sweet girl. She has never been bred as we had rescued her at only 7 days of age. I am devastated for both her and I.

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Is she still available? I have 2 sons and a hamster. We love playing with the hamster. But we would really love to have a Guinea pig.

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