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Moose

Looking to Rehome Guinea Pig

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Piggy Info

Single
Male
Adolescent
Short hair

Rehoming because

Over the past few months I began to itch and sneeze the signs of being allergic. Now within this last month, I can no longer hold, pet without having a serve reaction. I love him dearly and as hard as this is, I want him to have the best life possible. It's no longer fair for him to sit in a cage.

I named him Moose, and adopted him last November. He is sweet, except when it comes to clipping his nails, but other than that energetic. He loves food, but his favorite is carrot. He is a short haired brown, white and dark brown colored. 

Adoption Fee $ 60

***includes***

  • Cage (w/ fence) (Normally alone its cost over 150)
  • Bowls
  • Blanket
  • Towels
  • Guinea pig itself
  • Food
  • Toys

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