This Guinea Pig family came to us when someone abandoned them in a cardboard box. We think it is a momma and her 3 babies. One male and 3 females. Each has its own personality, but all 4 are a bit shy and could use a calm household! Guinea Pigs are social animals, so we would like them to go in same gender pairs! Since there is only one male, perhaps you already have a male buddy for him to hang out with?
Guinea Pigs are a great family pet, but do have specific dietary requirements. They can live several years and should be a indoor pet. New to Guinea Pigs, we would love to chat with you about their care!
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