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Male Guinea Pig Needing New Home

 

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Male Guinea Pig Needing New Home

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Single
Male
Adult
Long hair
Other

Rehoming because

He very much does not get along with my other male guinea pig and they had to be separated. He did attack the other male and I'm looking into re-homing for that reason.

He's a large light brown male, with long-ish hair. He's very nice to people, if not a little skittish when it comes to being held and petted. I can't recommend putting him with other guinea pigs, though. I'm asking a $30 re-homing fee. This will include some food, hay, food bowl, water bottle, a chew hut-log, and a cage.

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What a good looking guy! I sent a message inquiry but the form froze while sending so I am unsure if it went through.

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