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Carol and Baby are mother and daughter bonded guinea pigs looking for loving guardian together. The orange longer haired three-year-old guinea pig is Carol; her black and white daughter Baby is around two years old.
These girls get along beautifully and are wonderfully socialized and sweet.
They make fabulous whistles, squeaks, wheeks and pops – Especially when they hear their food coming.
Guinea pigs eat a diet of unlimited Timothy hay or Orchard hay – in fact, hay is 75 percent of a guinea pig’s diet. They also eat limited pellets, and fresh greens and veggies including romaine, red leaf and green leaf lettuces, cilantro, carrots, cucumbers, bell peppers, etc.
Please read up on guinea pig care and diet before adopting by visiting this excellent web site http://www.guinealynx.info/.
They would love a home with a family who will handle them daily, keep them well fed, and keep their habitat nice and clean. They love to come out of their cage daily for supervised excercize around the house and to be held.
If you’re interested in meeting and possibly adopting Carol and Baby, please contact email@example.com.
They are being fostered in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood.
Their adoption fee of $70 as a pair benefits the Friends of Petraits Rescue. For an additional $100, we’ll include a kit of everything you need to care for them including a cage, hay, litter, food, hidey hut and water bottle.
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