Here are some pics of them and their cage: https://imgur.com/a/E6x8V
The owner is looking to rehome them very soon, so if you're interested speak up soon!
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Good luck and please let us know how it goes.
FWIW -- many times allergies develop not to the pigs themselves, but to the hay. Timothy is one of the worst offenders. Has the owner tried feeding orchard grass, bluegrass or coastal bermuda? That might really help.
I'll be taking them into my home this weekend, hopefully only as a temporary basis. They're being advertised through a pet rescue right now too. I like them, but I already have two girls and I don't think that I can use a cage divider when there are two males because there may be risk of them fighting....and maintaining two separate cages will be a challenge that's hopefully only temporary.
"My Guinea pigs are approximately four years old. Mr. Squiggles is black and white with course crazy hair, he hasn't been much of a hold me pig since we got him. Not quite sure why. Once you are able to get him settled he will sit really nice with you. Speckles on the other hand loves to be held and petted. He will come up just for little rubs behind the ears. He also loves to turn over his house not sure why he does that but he does that very often. I haven't been able to hold them as much as they need to be due to the fact that I am allergic to them. As soon. as I touch them if I touch my body I immediately swell on that area especially my eyes lol. If I had to say squiggles is probably the more dominate male most of the time but I have seen Mr. Squiggles strut his stuff also. They love fresh carrots, romaine lettuce and sweet peppers I have tried several things that they are allowed to have and these are the three they love the most. They will let you know when you open the fridge they want some. The hay we use I purchase online from small pets select. I usually get the first or second cutting of Timothy hay. It is fresher than the store bought and you get more for your money since they consume it for 80% of their diet. If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to ask I case I didn't cover something that might be important.
Thank you again for helping us find our little family members a great home."