Buffy is often, but not always, the leader. She is brown, black and white. Lucy is white with some black and cream. She is the shiest of the three but has been known to steal veggies from her sisters. Jewel is black and white and very curious, but needs time to come out of her shell. All three are healthy and appear to have been well cared for.
The three girls were left at a local Buddhist temple early one morning. They were in a basket they could have easily climbed out of, but lucky for them, a nun praying at the temple heard the door open and shut and went to investigate. She took them in and took wonderful care of them. Although she immediately fell in love with them, she lived in a house with three dogs and wanted them to go to a loving family where they will be the center of attention.
Buffy, Lucy and Jewel have an excellent appetite and enjoy fresh vegetables, piles of hay and Oxbow Cavy Performance pellets every day. The threesome will need to live in a Cubes and Coroplast cage of at least 2 cubes by 4 cubes and be in a family part of the house so everyone can enjoy their company. We also ask that anyone adopting them lives a reasonable driving distance from Rockville or Mt. Airy, MD.
The adoption fee for Buffy, Lucy and Jewel will be $105 as they are all intact females. If you are interested in finding out more about adopting this sweet trio of guinea pigs, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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