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Sweet Baby Boys





Sweet Baby Boys

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Bonded pair

Rehoming because

Rehoming because my girl piggie was unexpectedly pregnant when o bought her. We do not have extra room for these sweet boys.

I have two super sweet baby boys up for adoption. These boys are brothers and bonded so I want them to be adopted as a pair. They are 7 weeks old and ready for a great home. These boys have been handled daily by my children since the day they were born, so they are very tame. They would be great pets for a family! I am located in the Outer Banks of NC, but my husband works in the Greenville, NC area once a week and could easily transport the piggies there. Please contact me if you are interested or have questions.

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