Two medium-long hair, tri-colored guinea pigs. Gabbie, has slightly wacky hair but not totally. Athena has medium-long hair. They are sassy and bossy. They steal from each other.Before I got them, they had trauma and fear of humans, so they take a while to get used to people. I've tried many times to trim their nails, but I can't figure out how to make them comfy enough to sit still for the clippers.They can be very vocal, mostly when they see someone that can give them a treat. They have nipped once or twice when scared. They have never fully bit. They love it when you pet or scratch them behind the ears or on their back while eating, they'll purr.They will need a new cage, the one they have now is old and a few parts are broken. The water bottle and the water bottle attachment work fine. I have no mode of transportation right now, so they would need to be picked up. I have to have an adoption fee, I'll ask for $20 but if you need to go down to be able to afford a cage and gas to get here, I can lower it.
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