Unfortunately my sister, who is the one who got them and cares for them, has been neglecting them. They never have food or water on a regular basis nor does she clean their cage. I am disabled and cannot care for them so unfortunately for them they are constantly in a filthy cage and hungry/thirsty. I want them to go to someone who will actually make sure they have what they need and can take care of them. I would if I was not restricted.
I have two very sweet girls. My sister got them back in May and they told us then that they were about 4 months old. They absolutely love one another and get a little stressed out when they cannot find one another. The short haired one is named Lynnsey and is very timid and shy. Also kind of a drama queen! Will squeal so loudly when she has an opinion on something you’re doing. Her sister Nancy on the other hand, the long haired piggy, almost never squeals unless she needs something and is very active. She gives me some crazy energy sometimes when she’s excited. Included with them will be their cage, 2 food bowls, a hay bail that attaches to the side of the cage, a hay wheel for stimulation/play, a water bottle, 2 different huts, and a variety of food that includes their hay, pellets, and their favorite “salad”
I am asking for good loving families only. I don’t want these piggies neglected anymore! They deserve the absolute best. They have such amazing personalities and do love to be held
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