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Bonded pair male and female need a home





Bonded pair male and female need a home

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Piggy Info

Bonded pair
Pregnant Mother
Short hair

Rehoming because

I took them from a person who was going to let them run lose on the street, I rescued them but I can’t keep them I have pets of my own and don’t have space for them I have no idea how to take care of guinea pigs much less of babies

They are a bonded pair and need to stay together. They are terrified. it seems to me like they had a rough start and it breaks my heart to think of them being  separated. I don’t know much about guinea pigs but the female looks big so that makes me think she’s pregnant . If you have space in your home please consider fostering or adopting them. If interested please message me 

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