Meet Jesse Bee, a one-year-old guinea pig looking for a forever home! Would you like to share your home with an intelligent, affectionate, and charming animal with a unique personality and a cute face? Maybe you would like living with one of our homeless Guinea Pigs. These affable creatures are prevalent in households all over the world and people love living with them. However, there are many myths which are perpetuated that Guinea Pigs have to work against. There is a belief that a Guinea Pig is a good tool for teaching young children about responsibility - however, whenever a mistake is made it is not the child that pays for it, it is the Guinea Pig. Guinea Pigs should never belong to a child, but should instead be a family pet. Some people believe Guinea Pigs smell bad, but the truth is that these guys are clean creatures that often get stuck into cages that are too small for them and are not cleaned adequately by their very young caregivers. Also, many believe they are a good pet for a child because they are easier than a cat or a dog, but in reality they need a steady and consistent supply of fresh greens and fruits! Additionally, they need to be out of their cages on the floor exercising and playing at least one hour a day. Do you have space in your heart for the big responsibility that comes with caring for a Guinea Pig?