We sadly need to rehome 4 boars. 2 bonded pairs but they do all get along together.
I am in Winter Haven, FL but willing to meet up. If it's a reasonable distance.
I have Fibromyalgia among other health issues that are severely impacting everything I try to do. I can no long play with, take care of my piggies, clean
Two small male guinea pigs – Pipsqueak is black and white and Buddha is brown with cowlick rosette on his head. They are less than a year old. Both have neurological problems. Would have been put down at pet store, but were adopted by my daughter.
Our two other boars are Reptar (the orange one) and Moose (brown and white) They are about 3 years old and spoiled fat boys! They're very talkative.
I'm starting at asking a $50 rehoming fee since I will be including the Midwest cage, food bowl, 2 hides and some toys.
I will considered lower offers but they're coming with everything they need. I'm unemployed and trying to sell everything I can to keep food on the table for me and them but it's not working out and jobs aren't calling me back.
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