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In shelter Small or Furry

Fort Collins, CO, 80526
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Cookie (black face) and Cocoa (brown face) are ready for adoption! When we first got the girls they were SO scared and skiddish. They still dont like the "trying to pick up" part of picking up ? but they are getting so so much better at being held. Both like their ears and chins rubbed. I really cant describe how far they have come - from constantly hiding, basically screaming when separated, and simply being withdrawn. They are funny, lovely, vocal, veggie destroying piggies now. Another little funny tidbit - they LOVE, and I mean love, the sound of my husbands voice. They will popcorn and just talk and talk when he talks to them ? They were together when rescued and are super bonded. Yesterday, they got their first nail trims and 100% did amazing! Lets find these lovely ladies their forever home! ??

Our guinea pigs are quarantined before adoption and undergo a health and behavior evaluation before they are available. Females are put on a 10 week pregnancy watch. CAC will also provide free nail trims and health checks for life for all adopters.

If you would like to visit a piggy, we do provide meet and greets and/or bonding sessions to get to know them better. 

Contact us for more information and an adoption application!

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Cavies and Canines Animal Rescue

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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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