My boys are far too spoiled they get wifes and they get too keep there manly bits!!
Thank you everyone for the lovely comments it's amazing how far we have all come. In such little time, but I think the decision to split my trio was for the best both pairs are inseparatable it really is a happy ever after for everyone concerned.
Wilma and Fred...
Pebbles and Patrick...
We had some fun out on the grass today, as the weather was lovely!
Pebbles, my mini dog...
And patrick my new arrival, he came to me on the 4th May he has truly blossomed!
Theres nothing quite like rescues xx.
A few months ago, I was at a friends who fosters for a Guinea Pig Rescue were I met Bette it was love at first site but sadly I couldn't offer her a home as Parents were very much against it and I would have needed an additional cage. Well a month or so went by and I was informed she had been homed, by luck I happened to check the website to see this gorgeous lady was still in rescue.
Armed with my new information.... and One More Pig later.
I'd like to introduce Bette!
Seems a Mop got smuggles in to!
Above is Milo, he has just been neutered!
Excuse the date on this picture, Really need to fix that!
Loves young dream...
Bette is a very dominant girl, I tried her with both of my girls too give her some company, that didn't go very well.
They are having floortime well divided floortime but it is allowing them to interact. 4 weeks and counting as of today!
This is the base and hayloft which are separate which allow for easy cleaning and I love the clear :).
The new cage although it does need raised and doors fixed will do in the meantime though. Milo at present is in a temp cage and is being cleaned daily tp minimise the risk of infection!
The Popcorning MOP, also known as Milo!
In the meantime, The mop would love to make a return appearance excuse my dad talking to the other pigs in the background and he claims he doesn't like them!
Open Floor, removable hay tray.
One of the Support beams for the top floor.
Haytray pulls out with ease, as you can see.
Fred and Wilma floor, notice the beams going across in the middle.
Also at the front.
Fred and Wilma have no problems coming over when the cage is open.
Hope this helps.