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male, "Theo," looking for a new home


male, "Theo," looking for a new home

male, "Theo," looking for a new home

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Rehoming because

Theo needs a new home because he is very social, and he is not getting the attention he needs. My daughter is now busy with high school, and he is alone too much. He would do well with a companion guinea pig, or a child/adult who wants to spend time with him.

Theo is a brown and caramel colored Abyssinian, with about 10 cowlicks on his coat.  He is very cute and loves people. 

We have a travel crate, a C&C crate (24"x44") with removable lid, 2 fleece liners, water bottle, food bowls, and wooden house for Theo.  They are all included in the sale.  We will also provide a bag of food and hay.  We are willing to drive 1.5 to 2 hours to either meet up or deliver Theo.


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