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  1. bluebird15

    Forages Dandelions?

    Oh no, we would never put them outside unsupervised! :-) Their enclosure is big enough for someone to sit in there with them and play and that is the plan. We live in the country and are surrounded by lots of wild animals who would surely view our little piggies as a treat! We don't even let our...
  2. bluebird15

    Forages Dandelions?

    This is our first Summer with our guinea pigs. We are hoping to get them outside daily for some fresh air and foraging. This crazy heat wave is supposed to break tonight so fingers crossed! Anyway, we live in the country on an old farm and I was wondering what exactly is it safe for the pigs to...
  3. bluebird15

    Fleece Pee pads instead of litter box?

    Thank you! No, we are not using those disposable puppy pads. I cloth diapered my babies and I have all sorts of supplies left over from those days that we've been using in the guinea pigs' cage. The litter box we were trying to use was a large, clear, plastic box we bought at Home Depot. It's...
  4. bluebird15

    Fleece Pee pads instead of litter box?

    Curious to know what you use for disposable bedding in the hay area? We try to be as eco-conscious as possible as a family...
  5. bluebird15

    Fleece Pee pads instead of litter box?

    Sorry, I should have been more specific. I meant homemade fleece pads. I thought if I took some old towels and topped them with fleece and put them in all the corners, it might work to replace an actual litter box.
  6. bluebird15

    Fleece Pee pads instead of litter box?

    Hi! We are relatively new guinea pig owners. We've had ours for a little over 6 months. We were wondering if you HAVE to use a litter box! Our pigs just don't like to use it! While googling stuff, I've come across lots of guinea pig pee pads. Are these to put in the corners of the cage to...
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