Two baby male guinea pigs up for adoption.
Name- Jet and Crescent (male) Black and A Little Brown
Age- both were born on November 1st (8 weeks old)
They are bonded brothers. Both have smooth black fur. Crescent has a small brown streak on his right side and right front paw and is slightly bigger than Jet. Both of them enjoy floor time. Although Crescent may be more dominate, they follow each other. Jet is more willing to eat from the hand. But Crescent will follow him if he feels safe. They tend to run away when you try to pick them, but they are not scared and very calm when you hold them. They enjoy you rubbing the back of their ears and forehead. Both of them LOVE bell peppers and green leaf vegetables.
We can provide two beds (could be used for hide out), a small bag of pellets for young guinea pigs, a small bag of timothy hay. (Pellets and hay could be good for the first 3 days).
We only ask for a caring owner and a rehoming fee $10 to adopt both of them.
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