I have two young guinea pigs that are up for adoption. I am asking for a small rehoming fee of $55, which includes the following supplies: 1 small log house hideout, 2 small water bottles with hooks, 1 food bowl, 1 hay feeder, 1 purple igloo hideout, 1 small bag of hay pellets (could last 2.5 days), 3 pee pad liners, 1 blue bed, 1 (a days worth) bag of timothy hay, 2 cage fleece liners, and 1 small cage.
You may want to go out and buy more pellets or timothy hay. I cannot give you more food unless you can pay an extra $5 for a bag of pellets/hay. I want to keep them together so they can settle in better, but willing to separate.
Meet the Piggies!
Guinea Pig #1:
Age- About 4 months
Colour(s)- White multicoloured
Onion is a ladies man. He is in his own cage because he does not get along with other male guinea pigs, and he is not neutered. Onion is very territorial and can be extremely aggressive towards male guinea pigs. Other than that, he is a sweet guinea pig that likes to cuddle. Onion likes to run around and enjoys obstacle courses. Onion has no history of sickness or vet visits.
Guinea Pig #2:
Age- About 2.5 months
Colour(s)- Brown & light brown
Like Onion, Cocoa is a ladies man. It breaks my heart and I hate to see him go, but we have to get rid of him. I want to make sure he is going to go to a fantastic home. He deserves all the love, care and attention. He just does not get along with our other male piggies. He only gets along with the ladies, but none of the female guinea pigs is spayed. Cocoa is not neutered. He has no history of sickness or vet visits.
Sorry, NO. Please do not contact the owner and ask about shipping guinea pigs. It is NOT possible. Please look for guinea pigs LOCAL to you! That's what this site is for--helping you find a guinea pig close to home to adopt and love.
But I want THAT one!
Yes, that one is adorable and looks just like the one you must have for your very important reason or you will not be able to go on living. But, there are many more in your area that are just as wonderful. Perhaps they are not listed here, but they can be found. The piggy in need waiting for you near your own back yard might look a little different, but could melt your heart anyway!
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