I have two lil’ boys! Their names are Turk & JD. Turk is 2.5 years old and JD is just a couple of months. I love them so much! ABotu two months ago my pride and joy, a little dwarf hamster named Doug, passed away. I absolutely crumbled. It was terrible. I still don’t feel like my house is really my house because he’s not there, but hopefully opening my home and heart to these little (formerly abused) guineas will help!! 6 years ago
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How I did it: I had one when I was four. Her name was Michelle (for the Beatles song) and she lived about seven years until I was about 11. When I was 20 I decided I wanted to get another guinea pig after having pet frogs for a while. And being in an apartment I could get a pet in a cage without any extra rent or deposits, so I went to a pet store and found one that was dropped off. I named her Rita (for the beatles song) and she only lived for about five months. She was old and used as a breeder mommy, but she spent a very happy five months with me. After her death I was terribly distraught and my boyfriend and I wanted to get another one. I decided after researching that I wanted more than one since they do better in packs so we found two.. One was an adult and one was a baby. The adult died after about a year and the baby is still alive. His name is Barron (for Red Barron the German Fighter Pilot, whom somehow I was related to--due to his red eyes). He is great. Now he has four friends living with him: Mister Mustard (for the Beatles song), Robinson (for Brooks Robinson), Ringo (obvious), and Rowdy (because he beats everyone up)... It has been a challenge having so many of them, but sooo worth it. I found a way that works best for them and for me. I have three in one cage and two that live alone in their own cages because they cant seem to get along with the rest. I take excellent care of them and totally enjoy them. I highly recommend anyone adding one to your home! (((Attached is a picture of Barron! He is now about two years old.))) Read how I did it… 4 years ago