Guinea pigs for adoption. One male and one female, about nine months old. They are biological brother and sister. The male is neutered, although since it was only two months ago, they are still living in seperate cages; it takes three months for a male guinea pig to become fully sterile and a female guinea pig whose pelvic bones are already used, which they do around 7 or 8 months, will die if impregnated.
They are both very friendly and will cuddle with your for hours. I will type out a sheet describing their routine and their likes and dislikes, as well as a care tips if needed.
Only looking for a home where they can go together, and has no dogs, cats, reptiles, intact male guinea pigs, or young kids. Pre-teens or older are fine as long as the care will be overseen by an adult. They will need to be picked up from my house as I can't fit the cages in my car. They come with everything, so asking a rehoming fee of $200, which is negotiable.
Can you SHIP?
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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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