These two guinea pigs were given are both sweet, have fun personalities, and are all around just delightful. Mop, the older adult male is a white long-hair who is very energetic and physically active while Morgoth, the younger adult male, is more reserved but very vocal. When treat time comes, Morgoth will sing excitedly while Mop popcorns and tries to climb to the highest point he can. Neither have been held too much, but they are not biters and are content and docile once you pick them up. Both are accustomed to (if not fans of) baths, are healthy, and do not have mites or any other issues. We love them both and want to make sure they go to a good home where they'll be cared for properly. I believe they would do well with older children or even as classroom pets. We will also include their 4x2ft collapsible cage and other supplies (food, water bottles, houses, bedding, toys/feeding baskets, etc.). Please contact me if you are interested, but only if you feel you can give them the love and attention they deserve. Asking a small rehoming fee of $100. Thank you!
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