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2 Guinea Brothers need Rehoming





2 Guinea Brothers need Rehoming

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Piggy Info

Bonded pair
Short hair

Rehoming because

These brothers require more attention and love than I can offer. My day to day has become more hectic and busy.

Rocky and Chip

We’ve had them for about 6 months now but it has become a challenge on taking care of them as they require a bit of maintenance that is difficult with our day to day schedule.

We love them dearly and it truly breaks our hearts but we want them to go to a good home together. They are friendly with our small dogs and enjoy being brushed and held, when actually caught. Haha

We will provide you with the entire cage setup they are in, some hay, and pellets.

The brown and white one is Rocky and the Black and white one is Chip.

I’ll be happy to provide more information on them.

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