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In shelter Small or Furry

New York, NY, 10029
Pet name:
Guinea Pig
my foster parent writes: Oreo is a fearless little dude and is the messiest pig you will ever meet. He loves to potty anywhere and everywhere and loves to throw hay, poop, and toys in his water bowl. He enjoys chewing things, getting things soggy, and running around. He likes time to get out of the cage to wander around the room. He is fearless and doesnt let anything get in his way. He has even met and kissed my sweet Pitbull (muzzle wearing and trained pitbull because you can never be too careful).
He doesnt enjoy handling but loves to get lots of pets and attention while he is in his cage. But be careful, he has tried to jump and bite if picked up.
Although he loves being messy, cage cleaning time is also his favorite time. He popcorn jumps all over the place when his cage is being vacuumed which makes up for how messy it is. This makes cage cleaning time, the best time. Oreo is very cute, athletic, and has a strong little personality. He steals everyones hearts when they meet him.

The foster notes that Oreo is currently bonding with other foster GP, Princess 133280. Primary Color: Tri Color Weight: 1.94lbs Age: 3yrs 1mths 1wks Animal has been Neutered


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