I have new fosters, this time females. Say hello to:
Tilia (linden tree in Latin) and Alarm
As you can see, Tilia is a sheltie-like young piggie, and Alarm is a crested piggie. Both are young, I suppose no more than two months old, and both have very soft fur. When you pet Alarm, her hair feels like cat's, black, soft, silky and shiny.
And there is a third female, this time much older one:
Her name is Psotka, which means a Prank :), and she is 5 years old. She is very friendly and loves cuddling.
Here she is with Alarm
And there are all three of them
All three are in excellent condition, healthy and friendly. They were lucky enough to have responsible owners, who cared for them and did not abandon them. They were surrendered, because they former owners felt, for various reasons, that they could not care for them any longer.
Let me introduce my new fosters, a young male and female, with very unimaginative names of John and Joana.
She is a doll! So pretty and soft. She is healthy, but thin and small for her supposed two months of age. She and her "partner", also healthy, but much better "padded", were bought in a pet shop, and well cared for by their owners, but after a month, the lady began having symptoms of severe allergy. The owners decided to surrender their guinea pigs and asked to find them new homes. That is how they came to my home.
Also, the Holiday Inn for guinea pigs opened at my place for Christmas. Besides my three own piggies and two fosters, I have two pairs of females. You have already seen them, but they were small then. Now they are almost full grown. They are Mona and Lisa, and Cookie and Muffin.