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    Default Guinea pig family - Yorkshire

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    Two gorgeous young lady guineas (approximately 8 months old) - one agouti and white (Posie) and one Tri-colour (Rosie). They are free-ad piggies, and are now looking for their forever home. Hopefully they will be accompanied by their very own neutered boar.


    The boar is a gentleman rescued from Free Ads just before Christmas (one of a pair described as perfect for children
    Click here to see the bunnies available for homes at Underhill Rabbit Rescue

    REW bunnies are home and they're all gorgeous


    Poppy, Sparkle, Gnasher and Matilda

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    What size hutch would there need.

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    Are you homechecking or getting Vet refs Sue? - Or would they be best going to a Rescue?
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    Hi Angie,

    Definitely homechecking - these are very special piggies indeed, and I need to be absolutely sure that they will be safe and happy.

    They are indoor piggies, and are used to lots of fuss and attention. Also, because rescues are so full I don't want to add to the load - I can look after them, I just feel that they deserve more attention as I am way over my own pig-limit now. Also, they have a lot to give to a new carer.

    Lovely to hear from you,

    Kind regards from Sue & The Herd

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    Please, please can anyone help the Toe family?

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    Have you put this on the guinea pig rehome/forum?

    Good luck with finding them a home - there are so many buns and piggies in need of a loving home - its heartbreaking.

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    Hi,


    Thanks everso much, they really are gorgeous little piggies

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    oh no, i really hope thesse find a home soon, really am at max guinea capacity with 9! maybe some piccies to tempt people?

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    Hiya, if there were any possibility of a piggy train up here, Lynnes' (boss @ my rescue) daughters sister in law is looking for a pair and would prefer not to buy them. I have no piggies here at the mo, except my two

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