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2 Bonded Long-Haired Females





2 Bonded Long-Haired Females

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Bonded pair

Rehoming because

Looking to rehome our 2 female guinea pigs. We have 4 total (2 male and 2 female) but are in the process of moving and just cannot take all 4. I hate having to do this, but if I can find a loving home for them I would feel a lot better about it.

They are both adult, long/whacky haired females. Both white and brown in color. Pancake is the one with 1 brown hair covered eye and Sweetie is the one with brown hair covering both eyes. (My 4 year old named them btw😂) They get along great. Sweetie is a bit skittish but will cuddle once she calms down. Pancake is a little more mellow. They both LOVE dinner time, and if you are the one that normally feeds them, they will like you a whole lot more than anyone else!!!! Lol

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