Okay, so I have Twix, Baby, Harley, and Degi. Baby and Degi have there own cage (girls) and Twix and Harley have they're own. well Degi and Harley and Twix and Baby's offspring they are only 2 months and baby and twix are a year or more. well recently I've extended both they're cage to have a 2nd story? i guess you'd call it. and Degi and Harley figured it out easy. But Twix and Baby haven't Twix knows how to get down but baby doesn't Is there a way to teach them? I know they say put hay going
I have been running around like a chicken with my head cut off because Aiden recently started showing signs of allergies. I was ready to drive 3 hours to a pet emergency room because i thought it was a URI. but then his symptoms dissappeared. a week later it happened again and i was ready to take him. but my mom contatced petco to see what to do and they gave us a number for a vet who is only ten minutes away! he checks his messages all the time and was willing to see Aiden on a Sunday! but his
Okay, so I bought a piggy name Sugar. She was on her own for a year before mum decided I was responsible enough to get her a friend.
We bought a bigger cage and all the stuff required for a duo of pigs.
So we bought a piggie and named her 'Spice'.
They didn't get along, we gave her back.
We tried a different pig, but htis time we took Sugar with us.
We put a fluffy little baby in with her, all was well until Sugar attacked her.
We ended up buying the fluffy baby
I can get some pretty funny reactions from people when I tell them about my guinea pigs. Here's a couple I just wanted to share.
My mom took a picture of Trudy, my abby, and showed it to a friend at work yesterday. My mom's friend said, "She's really cute. How do you get her hair like that?" So my mom said, "Well, every morning, Morgan wakes up at 7:00 o'clock and sprays her hair down with water, then she takes a comb and styles it, then she puts hairspray on it to keep
I never had any intention of getting guinea pigs. Ever. I was pronounced allergic to them when I was little, so they were never really an option anyways. I grew up with hamsters, had a rabbit in my younger teenage years, and after he died suddenly, I got two chinchillas, and before I knew it I had 4 chinchillas.
Fast forward, and I'm now married. I live in a small town, in a big red brick farmhouse with various different pets, and my hubby. Last fall my mother in law moved in