Friday, May 30, 2008


*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 *

NO LONGER AVAILABLE Greensburg (Pittsburgh), PA: Two guinea pigs, just over a year old (sex not specified--Boy or Girl? PREGNANCY WATCH) being rehomed due to the poster purchasing a chinchilla :( . Both guinea pigs are brown and white and have a calm temperament. They come with any remaining food, their water bottle (get two), their food dish, but do need a cage ( Cheaper, Larger Cages), bedding (Bedding) and other necessary accessories ( Essential Guinea Supplies ).

LISTING REMOVED Bethlehem (Allentown), PA: Black and white guinea pig boy, very nice and friendly. Not being properly cared for in current home.

LISTING REMOVED NE Philadelphia, PA: Two year old guinea pig, "brown and white and very fast." Being rehomed as he is not getting the attention he deserves.

NO LONGER AVAILABLE Blue Ball (Lancaster), PA: Male sheltie guinea pig 1.5 years old being rehomed due to allergies. Very calm and sweet. His longer hair requires more maintenance than the average guinea pig, because he needs to be combed to prevent tangles and knots.

LISTING REMOVED Canonsburg (Pittsburgh) PA: Black one y.o. male and one y.o. tan and white female being rehomed (PREGNANCY WATCH). Posters will screen adopters. The pigs love veggies and are very sweet. Come with cage and water bottle.

NO LONGER AVAILABLE Bethlehem Township (Allentown), PA: Two winners of my coveted FAVORITE PIGS AWARD! Reese and Nilla are two beautiful crested girls being rehomed due to asthma. Should be adopted together. Current cage sounds possibly unsuitable, try Cheaper, Larger Cages. Rehoming fee includes girls, cage, accessories.

LISTING REMOVED Pittsburgh, PA: Blonde guinea pig male being rehomed due to move. Comes with cube pieces (for C&C cages) hay, pellets, hidey homes, water bottles. Wants him to go to a home where he will have pig friends.

LISTING REMOVED Hanover (York), PA: Two female guinea pigs being rehomed due to a move. "Cookie and Hershey" have been with their current family for a year and a half and have been "wonderful pets." Their adoption fee includes their cage and all accessories.

* AAGP recommends quarantining any new guinea pigs
for 2-3 weeks and confirming the sex yourself.
Many sad accidents or "accidents" can be avoided this way. *

helpful links: Where to Begin? General Care Guide & 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 MD/VA/DC

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