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Code: BFT2022

Maximillion (guinea pig)   

In shelter Small or Furry

Aurora, IL, 60506
Pet name:
Maximillion (guinea pig)
Guinea Pig
Maximillion is a 1-2 yr old Abyssinian. Max is a spunky fun-loving guy with lots of attitude! He loves to run, play and popcorn around. Max came from a home that did not know how to handle piggies properly which caused aggressive behavior. His foster mom has worked extensively with him and has helped him see that humans can be great companions. Max is quite shy/skittish at first, but will show his true personality once you earn his trust. Max might enjoy a home with a calm, submissive male piggie to bond with, but would also do well as a single guy with someone willing to give him the attention he needs and deserves. Max will call for you when he hears you come home and he will be eagerly waiting for you to come greet him for conversation, and a yummy treat or veggies. He will popcorn around as you place your hand in the cage and eagerly await some gentle pets. Max is very smart his foster mom believes he would be great with someone willing to teach him some tricks and stimulate and challenge his mind. If you would like to meet and possibly adopt Max, please complete an application for adoption at Adoption fee is $30


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