These girls came to us on 9/17/18 because their owner couldn’t afford Olive’s medical care.
Fostered by Fran in Windham, NH.
#2018553N, “Olive”, Guinea Pig, White and Black, Abyssinian, Female, DOB: 03/01/2016, Spayed/Neutered?: No #2018554N, “Lola”, Guinea Pig, White and Black, Silkie, Female, DOB: 03/01/2016, Spayed/Neutered?: No
Special need: Olive has a physical handicap resulting from a once-broken back and requires some slight cage modifications.
“Olive and Lola are fun and friendly girls. At breakfast and dinner they come to the side of the cage and practically climb out to have you handfeed romaine, kale, green and red peppers, carrots and corn on the cob. They both love going outside in the bottomless cage to chew grass in the sun!
Lola is sweet with the softest black and white coat I have felt. Olive is an adorable Abyssinian who looks like she just got out of bed all day long. She is special needs because she had a broken back but has healed and walks independently more like a rabbit that a piggie. The only modifications I make are plastics with low sides for hay or food so she does not have to jump in and out. I love that these girls do not run from me when i come into the room.”