The humble but astonishing Draco. He is docile and sweet. He also loves his green peppers from the hand, and belly rubs of course once he is picked up and in safe hands. He is a runner! If you are a quick person, take a chill pill because this guy is a slow softie!
Both guys love to chat with one another, tussle around some, run in circles around their play pin, nose scratches, food and sleep of course! They take some time getting to know their new family, however once they recognize you, they are a ball of fun! I often take the two out and watch some tv together. They are very intelligent and know their boundaries of what they can and can not jump off of.
RCHS guinea pigs live in loving foster homes where they are socialized, given sufficient exercise outside of their cage, and fed a diet of grass hay, Timothy pellets, and fresh vegetables daily to maintain a healthy weight. Guinea pigs do require a vet trained in exotic animal medicine and have special housing and dietary needs. We encourage you to please research guinea pigs thoroughly before adopting.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to fill out an application please visit http://www.rchsks.org/our-animals/adopt-a-pet/adopting-exotics and email application and interview forms to email@example.com
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