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Two Female Guinea Pigs Need Loving Home



Two Female Guinea Pigs Need Loving Home

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Piggy Info

Bonded pair
Whacky hair

Rehoming because

Life changes are making it difficult to find the time to properly care for the guinea pigs.

$30 adoption fee

Two female guinea pigs, Mouse and Frankie, are in need of a new home. They are a little over three years old and are a bonded pair, raised together since babies. 

  • Mouse is the white guinea pig, and is the more outgoing and feisty of the two.
  • Frankie is the tan and white guinea pig, and is much more reserved and shy. 
  • They can be squirmy when getting them out of their cage, but they handle well and are sweet once they are being held.  
  • They will come with one starter sized cage, hay feeder, two water bottles, exercise pen, ball, and one back each of dry pellets and hay. 



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