donderdag 12 maart 2015

An Introduction

Some new members of our household:

Since we still have to wait several weeks for our new kitten, my husband went and bought me some guinea pigs. He says there is a girl who made a lot of money by posting YouTube videos about the life of guinea pigs, so may be by posting these pics I'll find a new source of income:)

Here are close-ups. This is Vigga:

She has red eyes and is very naughty.

This is Freya, there in the corner:


She didn't like being photographed. She also bites and damages wallpaper, as you can see. All my friends like them, they are really funny if somewhat (or even a lot) stupid. Guinea pigs are easy to take care of and don't cost much. Children usually like them too, though I never noticed they return the affection:)

Can be ideal pets for a busy family. Don't you  all think mine are like super cute?:)))

4 opmerkingen:

  1. Sharing your joy. They are warm fuzzies. There's nothing like loving little animals to brighten our lives!

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  2. Yeah, exactly! And unlike rats, they aren't smelly, plus you can let them out of the cage and they will come back. Someone in the family has a hamster, but he's always trying to escape.

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  3. Housewife from Finland13 maart 2015 om 07:13

    Very pretty, especially Vigga's gingerish colour. And if you run out of food you can eat them. Guinea pigs are delicacy in Peru. :)

    Wont the cat try to kill them, when you get one?

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  4. Thanks, I like Vigga, too, but I must be really desperate for food before I'd fancy eating one of them. Now if those were rabbits:)

    We used to have guinea pigs years ago, when our cat was young. He tried going after them but I succeeded in teaching him to leave the piggies alone. I heard that dogs, especially terriers, cause much more problems in this regard.

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