Hello there! My name is Gonzo and I'm searching for my forever home! Like most Guinea Pigs, I can get nervous around new people, unexpected noises, and it takes a minute for me to settle in new places. I'm a very curious pig though, and will quickly start exploring my surroundings. Guinea pigs are very social animals that naturally live in herds, so I might like a guinea pig friend in the future to keep me at my happiest and healthiest. Though Guinea Pigs aren't hard to care for, we do require daily attention to ensure our living areas are kept clean, and we love food like hay, fresh veggies and daily vitamin C. A large cage, like a C&C cage, would be perfect for me. I'm ready to start another adventure, along with you! How about we meet and see if we're suited for a life together?
The adoption fee includes a courtesy veterinarian exam and plenty of post adoption support! Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Weight: 1.9375 Age: 1yrs 0mths 0wks
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