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Friendly American Lone Female





Friendly American Lone Female

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Rehoming because

She just had babies two weeks ago and the babies are about ready to be taken to their new homes. Financially, its best to part ways.

This American multicolored female is under a year old. Family member put one abyssinian boy guinea pig with the female cage and only got one female pregnant. She gave birth 2 weeks ago. I live in an apartment and cant handle more guinea pigs. She is healthy and happy. Prefer that she goes to a home that already has a female guinea pig. She will come with some food. 

please only text the numbers provided. Also, must be able to pick up from our location. We are next to Mill and University! We are asking a rehoming fee of 30 dollars. 

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Hi, is she still available?

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