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two very loved young male guinea pigs


Logan in his hay hut


Gus laying on me!
Logan curious about cucumber hat
Logan (left) & Gus (right) hanging out!
them hanging outside!

two very loved young male guinea pigs

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Piggy Info

Bonded pair

Rehoming because

I am allergic to their hay and my asthma has gotten worst. I am reposting because I was hesitant to give them up at first but my asthma has gotten too bad.

Gus - Crested guinea pig, very smart and shy but very calm. He is less than a year old!

Logan - American guinea pig, very aloof and warms up quickly. He is about a year old!


They are very special to me so please email me with serious inquiries only! They are in need of a good loving home from people who can take care of them to their best of their abilities.

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