Pearl and Gwendolyn are a bonded pair and must be adopted together.
Gwendolyn and Pearl are sweet and gentle and are also very curious when they feel safe, however they do startle easily. They would do best in a calm home. In order for them to feel most comfortable with their new family (and their family get the most e njoyment from their company), their pen should be in the living room, not in a separate bedroom. When they're allowed out for playtime, they like the comfort of knowing their pen/home-base is nearby and would be more adventurous and outgoing when hanging out with their people, whereas they might be cautious going into a room separate from their pen to hang out with the family and might just decide it's not worth it and stay in the other room. They need time and patience to get to know their people, and in order to do that, they need to be able to see and hear them throughout the day. They are a joy to be around and would make a great addition to someone's family.
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