Daisy is the mother of Peanut. Her nose is mostly white with a touch of orange. Her age is unknown, but I’m assuming she is 3-4 years old. She loves running around her cage and if very energetic.
Peanut’s nose is half orange, half white. She was born March 14th 2020, so she is a bit over one year old. She is sassy but sweet.
They are both skinny pigs.
Peanut and Daisy have a consistent routine that we’ve stuck to for about a year now. Every morning, they get their pellets (oxbow brand) and a dollop of unsweetened apple sauce with it. They will just squeak and run on top of their plates if they don’t get their applesauce (or another fruit if applesauce is unavailable). Anytime throughout the day, but typically late afternoon, they each get one vitamin C tablet (oxbow brand). They love it and think of it as a treat. In the evening, before we go to bed, we give them their veggies. I used to be able to give them floor time a few times daily, but I’m no longer able to provide that for them. Their favorite sleeping spot is underneath blankets. Of all the fruits and veggies I’ve given them so far, they only dislike spinach.
I’m asking for a $100 adoption fee for the pair. I know $100 is a bit steep but I paid around $250 for the pair when I got them, also I’d like to make sure they are going to a good home. Included in the $100 would be the pair of skinny pigs, any hay, food and treats that I have. I will also include a large glass water bottle. Their cage, which we built, is roughly 7ft x 2ft (6x2 c&c grids). It is made of wood and plexiglass. I can include the cage as well, but for a larger fee. If you do not want the cage, I’d like picture proof that you have a suitable cage for two guinea pigs.
I would not be able to deliver them so please only inquire about them if you have a way to pick them up.
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