Brownie came to us on 10/4/18 because his owner came into financial troubles and couldn’t afford to keep him. He was adopted in January 2019 and came back to us a month later as he and the other piggie boy already in the home were not a good match. He was neutered on 3/20/19 and will be safe to live with ladies beginning on 4/10.
Fostered by Sophie in Natick, MA.
#2018647N, “Brownie”, Guinea Pig, Brown and Black, , Abyssinian, Male, DOB: 10/24/2017, Spayed/Neutered?: Yes 3/20/19
“What can I say about this boy— he is adorable, healthy and vocal. He came to me skittish as could be. Over the past month or so he has become such a sweet boy. He is a bit skittish when trying to pick him up but once he is in your arms, he is mush.
Brownie tends to follow suit with others and doesn’t like to be left behind. He is a silly boy running around like crazy all day long and will meet you at the cage door to say Hello every time you are in sight. He loves tubes, loose fleece and his igloo huts. Brownie has been given a clean bill of health. He absolutely loves Sweet Potatoes and Apple as the occasional treat but is a very adventurous eater and seems to try anything once.”