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2 Bonded Females Looking for New Home





2 Bonded Females Looking for New Home

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Piggy Info

Bonded pair
Spayed Female

Rehoming because

Moving & taking a new job that requires travel 4 days a week, so won't be able to care for them properly.

Grace (white one) and Frankie (multi-colored one) are two bonded spayed female guinea pigs! Frankie loves to eat and will come right up into your lap to munch with a little practice! Grace is a bit more shy, but will venture out of her cage if she's curious. Both like floor time once they are used to your voice and presence. They will be unsure at first, but make great companions once they can recognize you! Asking for a modest adoption fee to ensure they go to responsible owners. Cage, liners, food bowl, hay container, water bottle, and other supplies will be provided.

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