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Baby Guinea Pigs For Adoption





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    guinea pigs
  • A person or thing used as a subject for experiment

  • A domesticated, tailless South American cavy, originally raised for food. It no longer occurs in the wild and is now typically kept as a pet or for laboratory research

  • (guinea pig) subject: a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures; someone who is an object of investigation; "the subjects for this investigation were selected randomly"; "the cases that we studied were drawn from two different communities"

  • The guinea pig (Cavia porcellus), also commonly called the cavy, is a species of rodent belonging to the family Caviidae and the genus Cavia. Despite their common name, these animals are not pigs, nor do they come from Guinea.

  • (guinea pig) stout-bodied nearly tailless domesticated cavy; often kept as a pet and widely used in research





    adoption
  • borrowing: the appropriation (of ideas or words etc) from another source; "the borrowing of ancient motifs was very apparent"

  • The action or fact of adopting or being adopted

  • the act of accepting with approval; favorable reception; "its adoption by society"; "the proposal found wide acceptance"

  • a legal proceeding that creates a parent-child relation between persons not related by blood; the adopted child is entitled to all privileges belonging to a natural child of the adoptive parents (including the right to inherit)





    baby
  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born

  • A young or newly born animal

  • pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"

  • The youngest member of a family or group

  • the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"

  • a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"











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Guinea Pig Care 101: How you can make your Guinea Pig your best friend forever (Skinny Report)


Guinea Pig Care 101: How you can make your Guinea Pig your best friend forever (Skinny Report)



If you need help finding the perfect guinea pig... and want all the information you need to properly take care of them... then you’ve come to the right place!

Guinea pigs are one of the most "user-friendly" pets available because they hardly ever bite and their food is inexpensive.

We’ll show you everything you need to understand your guinea pig, including:

[*] Is a guinea pig the right pet for you?

[*] How to tell if your guinea pig is healthy.

*The many different guinea pig breeds and the unique differences.

[*] Why it's best for guinea pigs to live in pairs and how to properly introduce two new guinea pigs to each other so they don’t fight.

*The 6 different types of sounds a guinea pig makes and what they mean.

*How to hold and cuddle a guinea pig.

[*] How to understand your guinea pig's body language (this is crucial if you have multiple guinea pigs).

[*] The critical components of the guinea pig diet and how to avoid harming their delicate
digestive system.

[*] 10 foods you must NOT let your guinea pig eat.

[*] Why weight gain is a serious health problem for guinea pigs and how you can
prevent it.

[*] The size and type of cage your guinea pig will need.

[*] How to make your own cage if you want to.

[*] Paper, hay or pellets? We give you the full lowdown on cage flooring.

[*] Why you should never let your guinea pig use an exercise wheel.

[*] The best breeds of guinea pigs for children.

Whether you’re thinking about buying a guinea pig for the first time, or want to know more about the care of guinea pigs, the Skinny Guide to Guinea Pigs will help you ensure your guinea pig has a long happy life.

If you need help finding the perfect guinea pig... and want all the information you need to properly take care of them... then you’ve come to the right place!

Guinea pigs are one of the most "user-friendly" pets available because they hardly ever bite and their food is inexpensive.

We’ll show you everything you need to understand your guinea pig, including:

[*] Is a guinea pig the right pet for you?

[*] How to tell if your guinea pig is healthy.

*The many different guinea pig breeds and the unique differences.

[*] Why it's best for guinea pigs to live in pairs and how to properly introduce two new guinea pigs to each other so they don’t fight.

*The 6 different types of sounds a guinea pig makes and what they mean.

*How to hold and cuddle a guinea pig.

[*] How to understand your guinea pig's body language (this is crucial if you have multiple guinea pigs).

[*] The critical components of the guinea pig diet and how to avoid harming their delicate
digestive system.

[*] 10 foods you must NOT let your guinea pig eat.

[*] Why weight gain is a serious health problem for guinea pigs and how you can
prevent it.

[*] The size and type of cage your guinea pig will need.

[*] How to make your own cage if you want to.

[*] Paper, hay or pellets? We give you the full lowdown on cage flooring.

[*] Why you should never let your guinea pig use an exercise wheel.

[*] The best breeds of guinea pigs for children.

Whether you’re thinking about buying a guinea pig for the first time, or want to know more about the care of guinea pigs, the Skinny Guide to Guinea Pigs will help you ensure your guinea pig has a long happy life.










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Pets table




Pets table





You know those people who are a little too into their pets? Well, yeah, the thing is . . . that’s kind of Marty and Maddy.

Both have been animal lovers since a young age. Marty had a series of cats and dogs that met untimely ends when he was young. But Marty also had the world’s most amazing hamster, Hojo (after former Mets “great” Howard Johnson) who would stare down the cat, repeatedly find ways to escape from his cage and explore the house, and suicidally leap off tables if you set him down for a second – the hamster oozed all the bravado and masculinity of a young Marlon Brando. He lived a freakishly long time for a hamster, but became so morbidly obese in his old age that he could barely navigate his cage – like an old Marlon Brando. . . .

Hojo’s nemesis was Sandy (named after Oklahoma State’s sole Heisman Trophy winner, Barry Sanders), Marty’s cat (being held by Marty in the Mark Price t-shirt and playing the harmonica, pictured), who was a great cat. He was a menace to the local varmint population, killing birds, moles, rattlesnakes, and even on one particularly traumatic occasion a baby rabbit, a menace to the wallpaper in Marty’s childhood home, and refused to eat dry food – he would literally grab the food with his front paws and throw it in his water bowl, wait a bit, then fish it out and eat it.

For Christmas when he was 12, Marty got the best present he’s ever gotten, a golden retriever puppy named Barkley. Barkley was pretty much everything anyone could want in a dog and a companion, and she is missed to this day. She loved to play on the beach and bark at cattle, and possessed a very endearing combination of intelligence and laziness. For example, when Marty and his family moved to South Carolina, he got the idea that it would be neat to teach Barkley to go fetch the paper from the driveway and bring it in every morning. After just a few short days of training, Barkley had it down pat – she would run out to the driveway, bring the paper back, and excitedly wait for her treat. Just a few days after that, though, after Barkley brought the paper back and got her treat, Marty looked out the front window and saw that the newspaper was still in the driveway. He went back and looked at the paper Barkley had brought in, and it was 3 days old – she had realized that it was much easier to just run around to the other side of the house and grab an old paper out of the recycling bin than it was to go all the way down to the road.

Maddy had a wide variety of small furry creatures as pets when she was young, starting with mice and graduating up to rats, hamsters, and guinea pigs over the years. As you can see from the picture of her with Justin the rat (who later turned out to out to be Justine the rat, but that’s not important right now), young Maddy made it her mission in life to combat the world’s prejudice against rats. Rats are, in case you were wondering, excellent pets – they aren’t nocturnal like hamsters, hyperactive like gerbils, tiny and easy to lose like mice. If you can get past the totally unfair social stigma against rats, they are by far the best type of rodent to have as a pet.

In addition to the menagerie of small furry critters in the Wells household, they also got a medium-sized one in the form of Jenny the cat. After a relentless begging campaign and numerous vows to do absolutely everything to take care of a kitten, the Wells parents took 9-year-old Maddy to an adoption center to select a cat. She wanted, of course, to have ALL of the kittens, but one wee little tortoiseshell cat captured her heart by climbing up Maddy’s back and nestling into her hair. Thus began the age of Jenny, who ruled the Wells house for 15 years with an iron paw and allowed her humans to provide her with all the comforts a modern cat could want. Her favorite activities included looking askance at the various small furry creatures who shared her living space, demanding to be let into or out of the house at all hours, somehow stretching herself over 90% of Maddy’s bed, and cuddling up with her humans.

Marty and Maddy’s current pets are two middle-aged cats, Dr. Frank and Bosco, who are basically the cat equivalent of George and Lenny from Of Mice and Men. They are quirky and high-maintenance at times, but much beloved. Dr. Frank, in particular, has made a habit of converting non-cat people, having caused dozens of people to say something along the lines of “I don’t really usually like cats, but that cat is pretty awesome,” or “I would get a cat if it was a cat like this.” For his part, Bosco loves food and sunshine, and insists on sleeping within about 6 inches of Marty’s head every night.

Their love of animals is one of the things that brought Marty and Maddy together, and neither could imagine being with someone who didn’t love animals as well (Marty used to date a girl who, when Dr. Frank was being affectionate towards her, told Marty with the faintest bit of alarm: “It’s











Bella ("Blar" for short)




Bella ("Blar" for short)





A Match Made in Heaven

My 12 year old son decided that I needed to have a guinea pig for Mother's Day this past year (2011). Well, I wasn't too sure about his choice of a Mother's Day gift. I knew nothing about guinea pigs,or how to find a guinea pig, or how much one may cost. I called my local Petco, and asked if they had any guinea pigs. They said they had several, but one in particular was a rescue guinea. Her previous owner had to surrender her, because she had lost her home and had to move. I had in mind a white and black one. Well, I asked the store clerk what color the rescue was, and she said white with black spots. I asked the price and what was included, and then told her to hold her for me. I would be in to see her after work, when the kids came home from school. So the kids and I loaded up in the car and off we went to Petco. When I first set eyes on her, I wasn't quite sure I liked her. She was very anxious and somewhat skiddish. My son was so proud to have found a guinea pig "for Me". (He was hoping we could share her. He really wanted the guinea pig, and Mother's Day was the perfect time. But, I already knew his intentions.)So, I reluctantly purchased her, cage and all. She had recently had two babies, but they were adopted out, along with her husband pig. (No wonder she was so anxious and skiddish) Poor baby!!! Well, we got her home, bathed her, cleaned her cage, and freshened everything with new supplies. We weren't sure what to name her, because she was kind of ugly, at first, but in a cute way. So, we chose "Bella", which is pretty in Italian. (My daughter was taking Italian in school.) The name turned her awkwardness, into a very much loved and treasured pet. So we nicknamed her "Princess Blar" for short, or just "Blar".
She has proven to be a wonderful companion for not only my son, but me. I am her primary owner, and cherish every minute of my furry little girl. We have so much fun with her. She has a special "we-we" pad, so she can cuddle on the bed with me, without worry. Many times she sits cuddled next to me, while I am on my laptop. Oh, and I found out she loves music. One day while watching a Youtube video, I discovered she loves music. Her favorite song is Adele, "Rolling in the deep". She is no longer anxious and skiddish, but has become very comfortable with us, and likewise us with her.
That awkwardly, "ugly" guinea pig has turned out to be one of the most amazing pets I have ever had the privilege to own. We even created her own Facebook page. I really love my "Princess Blar".









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All About Ferrets !






Essential: All About Ferrets !

A collection of selected reports-

All About Ferrets
Do Ferrets Make Good Pets
Ferret Care
Marshall Ferrets
Raising Baby Ferrets
The Albino Ferret
The Angora Ferret
The Laws On Ferrets
Training Ferrets
What Do Ferrets Eat
Where Do Ferrets Live
Wild Ferrets
Black Ferrets
Do Ferrets Make Good Pets
Ferret Care
Ferrets & Their Environment
Ferret Sale
Ferrets Bite Hard
How Much Do Ferrets Cost
Interesting Facts About Black Footed Ferrets

Essential: All About Ferrets !

A collection of selected reports-

All About Ferrets
Do Ferrets Make Good Pets
Ferret Care
Marshall Ferrets
Raising Baby Ferrets
The Albino Ferret
The Angora Ferret
The Laws On Ferrets
Training Ferrets
What Do Ferrets Eat
Where Do Ferrets Live
Wild Ferrets
Black Ferrets
Do Ferrets Make Good Pets
Ferret Care
Ferrets & Their Environment
Ferret Sale
Ferrets Bite Hard
How Much Do Ferrets Cost
Interesting Facts About Black Footed Ferrets










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