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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    Wow, they're adorable! I might get 2 of my pigs.

    What if my pig is medium haired? It wouldn't be accurate to give my Snickers the long or short hair. Maybe it would cost $17.50?

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    Quote Originally Posted by Tatalp
    What if my pig is medium haired? It wouldn't be accurate to give my Snickers the long or short hair. Maybe it would cost $17.50?
    Sorry the price would still be $20.00. It's not the length of the hair; it's the huge amount of work that it takes to do the long hair. Medium hair would be the same amount of extra work.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    is under 6 months considered a baby? because I am going to save up my money to get one of Roxy and Lilly hopefully, and they are 3 or 4 months old.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    I can make any pig a baby. If you have an adult pig and just want a smaller sized Cuddly Cavy I can reverse time and make it as a baby. Just like I can crochet a baby pig into an adult sized doll. Sizing is all up to you.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    Voodoo- I am thinking about getting a Cuddly Simon. Would the crest be impossible?

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    I was wondering whether theses cavies can go in the cage with the other REAL cavies? Recees LOVES stuffed toys, but I don't want it to hurt her or Skippy.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    Also, can you do "cow licks" Recees has hair on the top of her head (shes a short hair) that swirls out from a point in the center of her head. (Then the rest of her hair is normal)

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    I can probably do a head cowlick. It's the all over whorls on Abys that I haven't mastered yet. At the very least it would look like a top-knot of hair.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    OK. Well. My brother and I are going to snap some pics.I want 2 of them (If my dad says yes) I am wondering whether they can go in the cage with the piggies as a toy? Or will it hurt them?

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    I believe they will be okay in the cage. You just want to make sure they don't chew on them. Chewing will break the yarn and cause unravelling which will also expose the stuffing which they should not eat. I don't recommend putting the long haired crochet pigs in the cage because I can pretty much guarentee that they will chew on the yarn strings.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    Do you happen to do cuddly chinchillas, too or just the piggies? I have pigs and chins (thus my name), and would love to have cuddly versions of both.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    My experience when I put my Cuddly Baby Elly in the cage was the pigs wanted to chew on her. They actually took a couple bites out of the yarn. If you get the ones that have yarn hair, I wouldn't put them in the cage unless you want them to barber your cuddly pig. Also, I don't think eating yarn would be too good for piggies.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    Quote Originally Posted by pigsnchins
    Do you happen to do cuddly chinchillas, too or just the piggies? I have pigs and chins (thus my name), and would love to have cuddly versions of both.
    I'm sure I could. What color Chin do you have? PM me a picture. I'll see if I can work out a pattern and make one when I have time. If you like it you can buy it. If not I can always put it on Ebay or give it to my kids.

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    Yes Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    Hi, Voodoo. How is Cujo coming along. Payment should arrive any time now. I am so excited to see him. I have told everyone - my daughter thinks i've lost my mind! I'll have to get more pictures of the other boys for more piggies. I actually had my first piggie that died that I would love a stuffed version of too - his name was Puzzle. Can't wait to see Cujo II.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    OK. My dad wants to get one for my grandmother (she loves my pigs, but she doesn't want to have to take care of them for more than 2 weeks) So we're going to get a pic of a cute pig off the internet. I'll tell you when I find one.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    Quote Originally Posted by mom to cujo
    Hi, Voodoo. How is Cujo coming along....Can't wait to see Cujo II.
    As stange as this sounds I am working on Cujo's butt now. After that then just his ears and legs which don't take long at all. He should be done this evening and in the mail tomorrow.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    Voodoo! I got Cuddly Deacon Jr. in the mail the other day and he is perfect! He will be sent to his new home in Virginia in a couple days.

    Thank you!

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    Glad you like him. The brown yarn is actually vintage yarn I had been saving. I figured this was a good way to make sure the yarn, and what is made from it, never gets thrown out.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    And it looks just like the agouti! I am very impressed.

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    Re: Crochet Cuddly Cavies for adoption

    Slap do you have any pictures?

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