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Adolescent Guinea Pigs





Adolescent Guinea Pigs

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Piggy Info

Bonded group
Short hair

Rehoming because

I ended up with a few adult pigs that were in a tough situation. Turns out multiple were pregnant, and have had babies! I've separated all males and females and raised them up, weaned them, and socialized them to the best of my ability, but cannot keep this many! Super cute and very sweet, they just need a loving home to get that one on one attention they need!

Super sweet and spoiled! Feed pellets and a broad variety of fruits and vegetables! All have been together since birth and get along fine with one another. But would be fine separately also to someone that will spend alot of time with an individual! None have ever ever offered to bite or be mean in any way! 

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