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Chip is a very handsome, active and fun, one-year-old, brown and white male guinea pig looking for a loving guardian.
This fellow was given up with his son to Chicago Animal Care and Control, but father and son did not get along. I have them in adjacent cages and they seem to enjoy talking to one another through the bars.
Chip is in a large cage with a ramp and a shelf and he likes to run up and down on the ramp and survey his guinea pig kingdom.
He eats a diet of unlimited Timothy and Orchard hays, limited pellets, and I offered him fresh vegetables including romaine, red leaf and green leaf lettuces, tomatoes, oranges, apples, cucumbers and cilantro, etc.
Please read up on guinea pig care and diet before adopting by visiting this excellent web site http://www.guinealynx.info/.
He would love a home with people who will handle him daily, keep him well fed, and keep his habitat nice and clean.
If you’re interested in meeting and possibly adopting Chip, please contact email@example.com.
He is being fostered in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood.
His adoption fee of $35 benefits the Friends of Petraits Rescue. For an additional $100, we’ll include a kit of everything you need to care for him including food, cage, hay, litter, hidey hut and water bottle.
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