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1.5 year old male Guinea pig Brutus long hair





1.5 year old male Guinea pig Brutus long hair

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25 Malvina Ln
Newark, Delaware  19713
In the US-Delaware-Delaware region

Piggy Info

Bonded pair
Long hair

Rehoming because

We had two females we got 1.5 years ago. We did not know they were pregnant. One morning there were babies in the cages. It just is becoming too much to take care of we have 9 of them. We are rehoming 5 of them one single long haired male, one bonded female pair(one is long haired) and a bonded male pair (one is long haired) One’s mother and daughter and two are brothers. Very sweet animals.

We are rehoming 5 Guinea pigs we have raised them for 1.5 years.  It is becoming a lot to take care of with a new child.  We are keeping 4/9 and rehoming 5.  One bonded mother and daughter pair extremely sweet, one is long haired.  A bonded male pair that are brothers also very sweet, one is long haired.  We also have one single male he is long haired.  All the long haired are Sheltie well they are all mixed with sheltie and the two that are not long haired have long back fur.  They are very cute animals but are getting expensive as they grow older and have become a long to take care of.  We both work a lot and feel someone could give them More attention at this point then we can.  Thank you!

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