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Bonded male pair looking for loving home





Bonded male pair looking for loving home

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Bonded pair

Rehoming because

We no longer have the extra room. We have an indefinite house guest who has taken the room where the boys stayed.

Adorable bonded male pair. Clay and Gizmo were adopted at a young age a few weeks apart. They have grown up together and would like to stay together. They are used to dogs and loud noises, like barking, television and music. Very well adjusted, but don’t enjoy being held. They like nose scratches and veggie treats. Everything goes with them. 5x2 c&c cage with optional 2x2 loft. Many Guinea Dad liners, toys, houses, food, etc. We just want to find them the right loving home. 

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