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Randall (4y/o single male)





Randall (4y/o single male)

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Phoenix, Arizona  85003
In the US-Arizona-Phoenix region

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Rehoming because

Unfortunately I am moving unexpectedly and cannot bring Randall with me. I've had him for years and would love for him to go to a loving home.

Randall is a four year-old male short-hair guinea pig looking for a loving home. He is mostly orange with black and white markings on his face and body. He loves celery and carrot snacks. He had a male cage mate for a period of time and they got along well but he hasn't been exposed to other critter friends or young children. 

I have lots of gear that can come with him (cage, bedding, food, water bottle etc.) and I am willing to drive and drop him off at a new home. Please message me if you have any questions!

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