I go to school from 7:45am-2:40pm then straight to track practice from 3pm-4:30pm then from 6pm-8pm I go to soccer practice and when I come home I do my hw and laundry and clean my room and do my chores. I do not give enough attention to my beautiful boy guinea and I feel like he is becoming sad and lonely. I want him to go to a home where he will be loved and is given enough attention.
My skinny pig (named Willy) is a black with little pig spots on him. He has black and orange fur on his nose which splits down his nose in half. He is 5 months old. I would like to sell him for $120 which includes a cage, beds, hammock, water bottle, some chewing toys he likes, and his coconut oil that you must bath him in after using dawn dish soap to wash him. You must wash him once every week with dawn dish soap and then put coconut oil on him so that his skin doesn’t become dry and itches him. Please feel free to text or email me. I usually do not answer random phone calls, so texting or emailing would be better.
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