Violet is a young female guinea pig. Her mom is named Ms. Nuts and they are bonded. They come together. She is shy but friendly. She spends most of the day sleeping in her house. She takes a while to become comfortable. She is always with her mom.
Violet is the one on the left of the first photo. She is a female, 2 years old. She is the daughter of Ms. Nuts.
Ms. Nuts is a 3-year-old female. They are bonded together and have a great relationship. Violet is shy and doesn't like being touched because she gets scared. She spends most of her time in her house sleeping. Ms. Nuts is more active. She enjoys playing and being carried. She is very gentle with children. Preferably ONLY PETS at home. Ms. Nuts has a deformity on her foot, which means one of her toes is missing. The vet said it was completely normal and it does not cause her any pain. She also has a nail that grows long and becomes weak, and that nail needs to be cut every 3 weeks or so. Ms. Nuts is an escape artist, so she needs to be kept in a secure and safe environment. The girls don't really like other guinea pigs but enjoy one another's company.
When we first got Ms. Nuts we thought she was a boy! She got bigger and bigger so we took her to the vet. Turns out she's a girl, and pregnant! She's the mother of one girl, named Violet. They both come together as bonded. She's sweet, gentle, and loves eating snacks and watching TV. Please give her a loving home.
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