Well, more happy adoptions. Today I drove 2 and a half hours to a lady's house WAY out in the country. And it was worth it. I walk in the lady's house, and on her wall is a framed picture of one of her old guinea pigs. She also has a photo album full of NOTHING but guinea pigs that she used to own. She has a picture of one in a glass box because she had to put him on a nebulizer every day to help him breathe - he had some lung disorder - can't remember the name of it. And did I mention the guinea pig figurines in the china cabinet? Anyway, she adopted 4 girls AND gave me a donation, also. The girls are hardly ever in their cage - they are in the living room on a huge blanket surrounded by 2 wire "playpens" connected together all day long, then into their cage at night. The lady stays at home all day to care for her family so they will get plenty of love and attention. I feel so lucky that the girls found her.
Here are the girls "posing" just before I left.