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In shelter Small or Furry

Miami, FL, 33179
Pet name:
Guinea Pig
Meet Changa. He is loveable, big black and white Guinea Pig. Curiosity should be his middle name. Did the front door open? Changa is looking to see who is there. Did you walk by his cage? His little hands grip the sides of the cage as he gets up on his hide legs to get closer to see who is coming. His eyes watch your every move. But dont think he is dependent on others! If you bring him food or a treat you will laugh at his antics. You are not allowed to hold it; he wants to hold it himself. And he has a particular taste...not every treat is liked. He wants you to know he will be super excited to see you and show it with chirps, play chase when you try to get him, and loves to be snuggled. He is waiting for his forever home while sharing a home with dogs, cats and kids. Hes not scared of any of them. Hes ready to be social!

His adoption fee is $50 to cover his wellness and neuter. 

You can apply to adopt him here:

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Penny and Wild: Smalls of South Florida

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