Tuesday, July 8, 2008

PA-Craigslist-Pittsburgh/ Allentown/ Poconos/ Lancaster / Philadelphia/

*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 *

Apollo (Pittsburgh), PA: >1 y.o. male guinea pig (Ringo, orange and white) being rehomed due to not enough time. The poster is going to screen adopters. Comes with cage, food, and water bottle. "He is very friendly and nice. He does not bite."

Port Vue (Pittsburgh), PA: Guinea pig (Boy or Girl?) being rehomed two weeks after purchase because owners do not have enough time for it. Please do not impulsively purchase pets! Guinea pig comes with cage, timothy hay, bedding, food, and vitamins (don't put them in the water.)

Allentown, PA: Two male guinea pigs, 1 y.o., 3 months old, being rehomed due to moving. Come with cage and supplies.

Port Jervis (Poconos), PA: One-eyed cute male guinea pig being rehomed as the poster is "going away to school." Comes with cage, food dish and water bottle. Adopter must provide food. Adopter must either live in immediate area or be willing to pick up.

Lancaster, PA: Male texel guinea pig being rehomed due to missexing. GUINEA PIG LESSON: This br33d is not as uncommon as you would think, contact your local rescue if you're looking for one. And isn't saving a life the most beautiful choice of all?

Jenkintown (Philadelphia), PA
: ~1.5 y.o. bonded males being rehomed due to their owner's transition to college. "Moose and Squirrel...are a pair of lovable young bachelors." They're "well-socialized" and come with the pictured cage. Their bio is great, and really worth reading. In case the cage is for outdoor housing, a reminder. GUINEA PIG LESSON: Guinea pigs should not be housed outdoors! Here is a link to some of the dangers (like predators, weather) from a Guinea Lynx page on HOUSING.

* 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. *

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