- I GAVE, dammit!
Most of the sows are on pregnancy watch, except the little black and white baby girl and the agouti and white baby girl.
Go check them out and let me know if you are interested in adopting a pair, or a single for your currently lonely guinea pig.
I really must have sows, though, because I already have one cage with 3 boars, and I don´t have room for more than two cages in my matchbook sized domicile...
can you tell I´m talking to myself in an effort at restraint?
- I GAVE, dammit!
I´m not sure if the agouti sow is pregnant or not. I´m 99% sure the red satin is and the black girl with the white spot on her back and the white snip on her nose.
The solid black, I´m not sure yet. The black and white striped baby is for sure not pregnant, they were delivered in the shelter.
Even though I was a breeder, until I feel the babies in there I just can´t tell. I was always terrible at that.
The black and white striped abby boar is a character! He leaps onto his grassy hutch and chews the cage bars begging for goodies. He is in with a young red and white male buddy. They get along fine, even in close quarters.
Ya know, the morning I took the pigs up to Sandi, I never even looked at who I grabbed. I had gotten 4 hours of sleep, and been breaking up pig fights all night.
I never even picked which pigs were going, just started putting the ones I could catch in carriers and counting. When I finally got to what I knew was a manageable number for me, I stopped!
Oly is only a half hour from me, Agatha, so let me know. IN another couple of weeks, I should be able to tell about the agouti sow and also the solid black. I hope.
I think it is pig personality vs. looks that is the make or break thing. And so many pigs are great.