Tuesday, June 17, 2008

NY-Craigslist-Rochester/Long Island/Bronx/Manhattan

*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 Wayne County (Rochester), NY: Three guinea pigs being rehomed due to allergies (sex not specified Boy or Girl? PREGNANCY ALERT).

LISTING REMOVED Lyons (Rochester), NY: Three female guinea pigs (two adults and one baby) being rehomed due to allergies. Cannot be separated. They have an excellent set up (though according to GuineaPigCages 2x5 is preferred for three pigs, lofts not included-something to consider for when baby grows up). Their 2X4 cubes and coroplast cage (C&C cage) comes with a stand, and the pigs also comes with their dishes, toys, and water bottles. This is a great set up, and these are adorable pigs.

LISTING REMOVED Levittown (Long Island), NY: Two six month old female guinea pigs being rehomed due to allergies. "SOO CUTE AND FRIENDLY."

LISTING REMOVED Bronx, NY: Two female guinea pigs being rehomed due to move. Come with cage, water bottle, food container, and other accessories. "Adorable...sweet, very friendly!" Elphie is black and white, very sweet, and a purring cuddler. Nessie is white and tan, active and an explorer.

LISTING REMOVED Syracuse, NY: Five month old long haired guinea pig male "Gunther" being rehomed due to move. Light and dark brown hair, white hair, pics available by request.

LISTING REMOVED Harlem/Morningside (Manhattan), NY: Two female guinea pigs (Zorro and Robin Hood) being rehomed due to temporary move. Girls are well behaved and bonded. Come with cage, accessories, bedding, timothy hay, some food, etc. Photo of Zorro doesn't accurately depict eyes. Poster wishes to visit pigs once after she returns to country "This is not only out of sentimentality, but also out of my desire to find them a SAFE, long-term home. I am upset that I was not able to provide them with a more stable home environment (they have been moved four times), and I am attempting to pass them on to someone who can do better."

* 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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