Myles and Catrin are the sweetest pair of guinea pigs looking for their forever home!
Myles, at just 6 months old, is a happy and energetic fellow. He loves to run through mazes that his foster parents have built for him. He is also very gentle and sweet with handling. Myles is neutered. Catrin, at 1.5 years old, was paired with one of our dear Twilight piggies with a heart condition, Sadly, she has passed away but Catrin has found happiness with her new best friend Myles and does a great job meeting his energy levels. Catrin is unaltered.
We are looking for an adopter who is willing to give both piggies lots of attention and exercise!
They are both in excellent health and have excellent appetites. They enjoy fresh vegetables every day including romaine lettuce, parsley, carrots and piles of Oxbow hay and Cavy Cuisine pellets. The pair will need to live in a Rescue-required Cubes and Coroplast cage of at least 2 cubes by 4 cubes. The cage must be located in a part of the house the family spends time in so everyone can enjoy their company.
We also ask that anyone adopting them lives a reasonable driving distance from Rockville/Frederick, MD. The adoption fee for Myles and Catrin is $100 ($65/neutered & $35/unaltered). If you are interested in finding out more about adopting this sweet pair of guinea pigs, please send an e-mail to email@example.com. NOTE: We reply to all inquiries -- please remember to check your spam folder.
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