We just got our first 2 guinea pigs yesterday, and while I have researched for 2 months, i'm still fairly new with them. We have a water bottle attached to the cage and a bowl of water in the cage, yet they haven;t drank out of them. We got them from a pet store (bad, I know, but there weren't any shelters by us with guinea pigs :sad and they had a water bottle in the cage they were in, and all of them seemed to be drinking out of it when we first saw them. Yet, when we got them home, they didn't even take a sip. I know I should let them explore everything on their own, but they haven't drank any water since we got them home, and I'm really worried. Also, our hay rack is too high for the guinea pigs to reach, and it's already on the lowest spot possible, so we added a platform under it where they could climb on and eat their hay. But they haven't climbed on top yet. I sometimes put them there to have them explore and hopefully eat some of the hay, but they just jump back down. I just put some hay on the floor of the cage so they can eat it from there.Our guinea pigs are really young, only about a month and a half old. Should I just put the hay on the floor for them to eat, and then put it back on the rack when they're older? Or should I just give them some time to let them explore on their own and they'll climb up the platform soon?