Four female guinea pigs in need of rehoming- will only go in pairs, but can take more then two if you have the space. The pairs are as followed (how they came/raised together)
Muffin and Pancake
They are the oldest (Likely about two years old) and are the largest. Both calico esqe colored shorthairs, theyre a lot more comfortable with handling then the others, but also stronger due to size. Muffin tends to kick a lot if she isn't properly supported or wants to be put down. Proper nail trims regularly will deminish this. Pancake is a sweetheart who gives lots of kisses.
Waffle and Syrup
The most rambunctious of my pairings. Waffle is ALWAYS popcorning and has zoomies, running circles and circles in the cage, hopping up and down hides, and playing. That being said, she's also a feisty one, and would take extra precautions and care for a childrens pet. She has bitten me before, never drew blood, but I believe she doesn't know how hard she bites because shes always being friendly before and after. She also kicks a lot when not supported fully. Syrup is much more toned down but will also nip here and there, and as stated below she has a deformed foot but it doesn't affect her at all as far as I have ever seen.
I prefer they are not seperated from their pairing, but I can work with you.
Theyre all fed oxbow pellets, know how to drink from a water bottle. They live on shavings and pads, two story cage and use a ramp really well. All friendly but skittish to be picked up, I do all their baths and toenails trims and grooming and they don't fuss much.
Syrup is a special needs somewhat, has a deformed foot from bad breeding, she was adopted via Petco. It doesn't bother her at all, but it should be watched, hasn't been a issue at all.
I cannot provide a cage or resources to adopt, unfortunately, as I need all my stuff until they are all adopted out.
I will be asking for other guineas you own if anys behavior, what type of people will be handling them (children, teens, adults, ect), what your experience is, and a picture of your setup. I have had a few bad adopters prior and it absolutely destroyed my heart knowing my guineas weren't going to very good homes because I had lack of information, and I can't bear taking that risk again since these babies are my world. I'd love to stay in contact with any adopters and I can answer any and all questions.
( Updated 02/22/2021 )
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