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2 Adorable Bonded Male Skinnies





2 Adorable Bonded Male Skinnies

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Estacada, Oregon  97023
In the US-Oregon-Portland region

Piggy Info

Bonded pair

Rehoming because

I have too many animals and I’m unable to give as much attention as the piggies need :( and I’m very allergic to the hay they eat and I am unable to feed them as much as they need without having hay all over my room. It’s just too much for me for and I would like them to have a home where the owner won’t have the issues I have.

One pink and black spotted 2 year old big boy, very healthy and happy. Named Hugo. DOB 12/24/2019

one all black young one, very healthy, still a tad timid but is coming around to me. DOB 12/23/2020. 

they are bonded and get along great, and love to talk with each other. Favorite veggies are carrots, parsley, lettuce, and bell peppers :) 

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