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Two sisters needing a good home

 

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Babies and mom (brown and white

Two sisters needing a good home

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Piggy Info

Female
Babies
Short hair

Rehoming because

I had a guinea pig which I thought was a female so when we decided to get it a friend we got a female. We quickly discovered that we now had a boy and girl guinea pig. So, a short time later we had two sweet little pigs! Our male is now neutered so we don't have to worry about this happening again. We have taken the babies to the vet and she said they are girls and that they are in good health. I would love for them to stay together and I am willing to give a cage to whoever is willing to take them if needed.

Baby #1 is a tri-color short hair.

Baby #2 is brown and black with a small white spot on her head and a little white patch under her chin

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