I always said no but

I’m warming up to the idea of us getting genuine pigs :grin:

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I do mean genie pigs… Autocorrect :crazy_face:

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They are cute little boogers. They require a lot of time, and they are more expensive than some people realize. I think I spend around $250 a year on pellets, timothy hay, and veggies for my pair of boars in a year, but it’s the litter that’s expensive. Carefresh runs me around $100 a month. But they are worth it because they are sweet and adorable companions.

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awww…cool. not me…too fragile and don’t live long enough.

That looks so sad id get more toys and a bigger cage.

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My last pair lived 7 years. My Saint Bernard’s lifespan is just a little longer than that…

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I always though they were guinea pigs!

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That’s how I’ve always seen it spelled

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Living in Australia, there’s different ways to spelling American things, like organize or organise, etc etc

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Lol :sweat_smile:

I try to breed love birds.

But due to some circumstances I had to stop.

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I had rabbits as a kid :rabbit:

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We had guinea pigs as a kid. They make a funny sound.

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I think guinea pigs are kind of cute.

My ex wife had one when we were married

When he died she wanted to burry him in the backyard with a proper funeral.

The Guinea pig had a grave marker and everything

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I think owning one or a pair of Guinea pigs for you is a great idea @Milly!

It’s a first step in pet ownership

Good luck with everything!

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