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Last year I was given the opportunity to save two female guinea pigs, Ginger and Snickers, from inevitable torture, along with a male, Mr. Snugs, that I had gotten for my friend who had lost an old piggy that year.
Snickers turned out to be pregnant and soon gave birth to a single still born pup.
Ginger resembled the male so we assumed she was she was a sibling but eventually found out that she was more than likely the mother and was a lot older than we had estimated. She gave me a wonderfull year and I gave her the love that she needed before she crossed the rainbow bridge <3 R.I.P. Ginger.
Snickers was lonely after Gingers passing so I sought another female for her. I found a young Himalayan female of only 6 or 8 months old who was named Bunny, it suits her so I kept it :)
I spoil my pigs with daily hay, a wide assortment of veggies, fresh water and tons of love!
I don't know what I'd do without thme now!
I'm a Guinea slave for life!
Shelton, WA
Guinea Pigs:
*Snickers is a roughly 4 year old Torti and white sow. I rescued her and an older sow, Ginger (R.I.P.) from an abusive home. She is now a spoiled pig!
*Bunny is a roughly 6+ m/o Himalayan Sow. She has spunk and is spoiled rotten!
My Cage:
Large C&C cage that is divided at this time. Plans to make a second level soon! They also have a large play pen for going into different rooms with us.
My Cage Specs:
Investigating a bigger cage, Planning on making a bigger cage, C&C Cage, other combination, Includes upper deck


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