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bunnyrun
19-01-2009, 06:52 PM
today ive taken in 2 little guineapigs male and female living together:shock: not neutered:roll: so when i said to the owner "Ill expect the pitter patter of tiny feet soon then":roll: i was told "longhaired guineapigs are infertile so no you wont be expecting babies" so then who agree,s this is true;)

steph182
19-01-2009, 06:55 PM
If longhaired guinea pigs were infertile...where do they come from?:shock:

coco1200
19-01-2009, 06:56 PM
:lol::lol::lol::lol: sorry, that made me chuckle :oops:

*Spider*
19-01-2009, 06:56 PM
If longhaired guinea pigs were infertile...where do they come from?:shock:

:lol:

What a moron!

Lucy
19-01-2009, 06:57 PM
:lol::lol::lol: :censored: no really, people can't be that stupid, can they?

bunnyrun
19-01-2009, 06:58 PM
She must of thought i was born yesterday and hadnt had much experience with guineapigs:roll:

janjan
19-01-2009, 07:00 PM
:lol::lol::lol:
Thats what happened to me, too.
But i was told my female pig was baren.
She was with a long haired pig at the time.
Took a few months together, and bingo. :oops:
I had them of a breeder who didn't want her.
She's the brown 1 in my signature, now lives with Twinkle, :D

bunnyrun
19-01-2009, 07:01 PM
another interesting fact i learnt today was apparently ferrets and rabbits live happily together :shock: that conversation did get very heated:evil:

Lillian
19-01-2009, 07:02 PM
If longhaired guinea pigs were infertile...where do they come from?:shock:

That's exactly what i thought! I knew someone who used to breed a longhaired guinea pig with its own son :shock::evil: and they picked them up by there fur :censored:

Mazda
19-01-2009, 07:04 PM
another interesting fact i learnt today was apparently ferrets and rabbits live happily together :shock: that conversation did get very heated:evil:

what the :censored:!!!!!!

people! :evil:

steph182
19-01-2009, 07:06 PM
That's exactly what i thought! I knew someone who used to breed a longhaired guinea pig with its own son :shock::evil: and they picked them up by there fur :censored:

:shock::shock::shock::evil:awful

kayj
19-01-2009, 07:32 PM
You must have to leave the light on like you do for rabbits:lol::lol::lol::lol:

CarmenCole
19-01-2009, 07:43 PM
I havent laughed like that for YEARS!!! http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t51/StefanCole/Emoticons/rofl2.gifhttp://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t51/StefanCole/Emoticons/rofl2.gifhttp://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t51/StefanCole/Emoticons/rofl2.gif
Seriously - are there really people THAT thick? Watch out, they reproduce and they live among us! :shock::shock::shock:

Raven Rexs
19-01-2009, 08:45 PM
another interesting fact i learnt today was apparently ferrets and rabbits live happily together :shock: that conversation did get very heated:evil:

One of my ferrets live with a bun but when he was a week old his mum passed away so we put him in with a doe who had just kindled and she brought him up he doesnt eat any meat only cat biscuits and still lives with a bunny now. but any of my other ferrets if they came in contact with a rabbit with wire between them there would be a blood bath Arctic is the only one i could ever trust with bunnys

ZakuraRabbit
19-01-2009, 09:13 PM
Yeeaaaah... We've had nearly all fur-shapes in guinea pigs at school in the past, texels, shelties (longhaired) teddies and whatnot...they all had babies at one point. :roll: True one of the longhaired females was having problems getting pregnant, she lived with a male for two months, so we separated them so he wouldn't breed her again if she gave birth, and she had her babies 2 months later:shock:

I get rather mad when I hear from people who have male and female animals together...and don't expect them to breed. Rodents (and most animals generally) have an instinct to mate as often as possible. There are species of mice where the male will literally mate himself to death as he goes in search of females and "forgets" to eat... Campbell hamsters are similar too, the male helps with the birth only so he can mate with the female soon after.
How can anyone get surprised at a litter if they KNOW the animals are opposite sex?

TermiteFrank
19-01-2009, 09:21 PM
another interesting fact i learnt today was apparently ferrets and rabbits live happily together :shock: that conversation did get very heated:evil:

Well, the ferret would happily - and rather well fed too. Honest to god, some people haven't got the brains they were born with.

Pringle
19-01-2009, 09:54 PM
:lol::lol::lol::lol: Thats funny, but omg common sense :shock:

minirex
19-01-2009, 09:59 PM
today ive taken in 2 little guineapigs male and female living together:shock: not neutered:roll: so when i said to the owner "Ill expect the pitter patter of tiny feet soon then":roll: i was told "longhaired guineapigs are infertile so no you wont be expecting babies" so then who agree,s this is true;)

Do you think that would work with humans too? :lol::lol:

Charys
19-01-2009, 10:13 PM
If longhaired guinea pigs were infertile...where do they come from?

:lol: Hilarious isn't it ! Grief, these people are entitled to vote.

areia
19-01-2009, 10:20 PM
"duff" beer anyone:roll: just when you think youve heard em all

casu consulto
19-01-2009, 10:30 PM
Oooh, then my long-haired piggie a while back had a miracle birth... :lol:

Got her from a garden centre... and she later gave birth to two long-haired squeakers... by MAGIC. :shock: