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Moka & Peet - Bonded pair of baby boars





Moka & Peet - Bonded pair of baby boars

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Bonded pair

Rehoming because

A month ago we adopted three adult piggies from Dane County Humane Society, all females. Turns out, all three females are pregnant. These boys are from the first of the three. We do not have room to keep them, as our herd is all female. They are very bonded (snuggling each other constantly), so we are not wishing to separate them.

Meet Moka and Peet - Bonded pair of brothers born on November 19th (about 3.5 weeks ago!). They are named after local coffee shops, just like their mom - Caribou! Moka is abyssinian and Peet is English Crested. They are very active, playful young pigs who are 100% weened off from mom, on a diet of fresh veggies, hay, and pellets. They are a bit shy still to human hands, but that is natural for young pigs.

Because Moka and Peet are both boars (male piggies), they cannot be rehomed into any other guinea pig herd. Having two males among many females or more than two males will break their bond, causing terrible fights over territory and dominance. Therefore, we are looking for the right home that will take the two young pigs as they are. 

The two of them love to do zoomies around the cage and will wheek at you when you come into the room. Honestly, if we could, we'd keep these little guys cause they are just too darn cute! 

We are asking for a $40 donation to help cover the costs of these boys. We also will provide some of the young guinea pig food pellets they are currently eating, but you will need to get your own cage/accessories.

Feel free to contact for more info (or images)!


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