Monday, March 24, 2008

NY-Craigslist-Four Listings

*If responding to an ad by an individual, meet in a public place
or go with a friend. Google the phone number of the poster to

ensure it matches the name he or she gives *

LISTING REMOVED. Long Island, NY: Two year old black guinea pig being rehomed. Very friendly, loves people, dogs and cats. Has been with current owner since two months of age. Comes with cage, water bottle, food and hay all for small rehoming fee.

LISTING REMOVED. Syracuse, NY: Four month old very cute, friendly guinea pig comes with cage, water bottle, food plate, toys, food, and some bedding. GUINEA PIG LESSON: Albinos are incredibly rare. A white guinea pig with pink eyes is actually quite common, and known as a "Pink-Eyed-White" or PEW.

LISTING REMOVED. Penfield (near Rochester), NY: PREGNANCY ALERT. Three guinea pigs being rehomed, no sex specified, all under a year old. Need to be rehomed urgently due to allergies. They come with one cage that according to the poster they all fit in (you may need this link: Cheaper, Larger Cages), two water bottles (should have one for each pig), one pigloo (sh0uld have one for each pig), one pound of food, 3/4ths of a bag of bedding, one ball (if this is an exercise ball, they are potentially fatal=can break spine and bones in feet).

LISTING REMOVED. Mt. Hope (near Rochester), NY: An example of why not to give guinea pigs as a gift: "My boyfriend got me 2 guinea pigs for Valentine's Day, and while I love them dearly, I cannot keep them any longer. My allergies are out of control. They do not get the love they deserve because holding them or even being in the same room as them makes me feel terrible." Two three month old tricolor abbys (punky hair), one has one black leg, the other has blue eyes. They are both very beautiful and very bonded. For a reasonable rehoming fee they come with their litter box, Carefresh litter, food, food bowls, pigloo, water bottle with holder, various toys and treats, and a C&C cage. This person did it right folks--this is a great starter set-up. The present owner does not want a child to be the primary care giver.

helpful links: Quality Hay and Pellets in bulk & Pampering your Pig & Cheaper, Larger Cages & Bedding & Essential Guinea Supplies & Proper Diet & Cavy Savvy Vets & "What's Normal? What's Not?" & Social Life & Boy or Girl? & "What is Rescuing and Adopting?" & Social Cause Marketing & Guinea Pigs in PA/NY/NJ/WV .

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