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2 Male Guinea pigs up for adoption

 

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2 Male Guinea pigs up for adoption

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Maspeth, New York  11378
In the US-New York-New York City region

Piggy Info

Bonded pair
Male
Adolescent
Short hair

Rehoming because

Unfortunately I am relocating and my new place will not allow me to have any pets. I’m looking for them to have a good home.

They are both very quiet and energetic, not overly demanding and a have great relationship with each other. I can include some of their cage stuff and leftover supplies. They are both a bit over a year and a half old. I had them from when they were a 2-3 months old. Well taken care off and spoiled.

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