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Metropolitan Guinea Pig Rescue

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A metropolitan guinea pig rescue is a good place to find this rodent for cheap; a breeder charges more. Nowadays these small rodents are very widely spread all over the world as pets. These rodents are not long-lived; they usually live 3-6 years. Their body length is 8-14 inches. Their average weight is 1-3 pounds. These animals are born fully haired, eyes open and ready to run. Domestic cavies are gentle and entertaining creatures. They are so intelligent that they can even be taught some easy tricks. If you are a novice owner of a cavy, it is not recommended to breed these animals without help of an experienced person. It is recommended to buy a cavy from a reputable breeder or to adopt it from a local humane society. A metropolitan guinea pig rescue is a good place to find this rodent for cheap; a breeder charges more.

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Metropolitan Guinea Pig Rescue

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These rodents originated from South America; several different species can still be found there. It is thought that the ancestor of domesticated animals of this type was the restless cavy. This creature lives in small family groups in the long grass. They are also known by the name “cavy.” This name derives from the scientific name Cavia aperea. Nowadays, these animals are among the cutest small pets that people own. They like companionship and enjoy the human-animal bond that develops between owners and their pets. It is recommended to buy at least two cavies. A metropolitan guinea pig rescue is a good place to find this rodent for cheap; a breeder charges more.

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