One caregiver has been in the hospital with serious sudden health issues and the other has been overwhelmed with a rough pregnancy and keeping up with the piggies care and managing the house with a young child..
The three piggies are bonded and are all under one year old. The large black one is a neutered male and is the oldest (maybe 10 months old). He was neutered long before the females came along. All three have been together for about 3 months. The brown and white one is about 8 months and is a female. The smaller black and caramel one is about 5 months and is a female. The piggies have a hierarchy and it goes first male, second brown female, last black female. The ground floor of their habitat can go with them if needed to help with comfortable transition but you'll probably need a truck to keep the coroplast base shape to transfer. It is a large habitat that was created homemade for them so I could also show you how it was made and where I got the supplies. The bedding and supplies do Not go with them unless a reasonable offer is made. They eat a constant supply of hay, get one tablespoon each piggy of pellets, and 50 grams each piggy of veggies (they like bell peppers, different lettuces, cucumber, celery, cilantro) per day. They need a constant supply of water too. With fleece bedding their habitat is vacuumed with a handheld vac twice a day (about 5-10 minutes max). A homemade outdoor run can also go with them but it is very large so will need a truck to transport that as well. (Will consider assisting in transporting large items). We're asking $75 for habitat and piggies or $50 for just piggies with no habitat. We just want them to go to a good home.
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