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Two very friendly guinea pigs.

 

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Two very friendly guinea pigs.

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Piggy Info

Bonded pair
Female
Adolescent
Long hair

Rehoming because

We have been to busy to give these two sweet guinea pigs the time they deserve. We feel that they would be happier with a family that can dedicate more time to them.

Two female guinea pigs, approximately 1 year old. Both get along with each other very well. No health issues or any other issues. Very human friendly and are very calm when held, even by children. Adoption will come with cage and other supplies. One guinea is brown and white with straight long hair. The other guinea is black, brown, and white with permanent messy hair😄. I can email or text photos for some reason it won't let me load pics to the listing.

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