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These two girls are part of a group of six we took in as fosters. They are now ready for their own loving, forever family.

The girls are around four months old. They are bonded, so we will be looking for a home where they can stay together.

These cuties are located near Cedar Rapids Iowa.

Please go to my facebook page to see availability for any of our guinea pigs:

https://www.facebook.com/CherishedCavies/

I wasn’t going to post this because of how tumblr can be, but I know people will wonder so I’ve decided to. Onyx was rehomed yesterday. Opal did not seem to like her at all. After 3 weeks of dealing with constant rumbling, chasing, harassing, and the like, I decided enough was enough. Onyx, being acquired 2nd and being the most adoptable due to her young age, was the one I chose to rehome. She’s now with a pig her own age and I’ve been told she’s very happy there, and they are actually snuggling! Opal has been more friendly with me in the last day than she ever has, and seems happier than she ever has been since I’ve had her, too, so I think I made the right decision. It was very hard, but necessary.

Opal will stay a single pig unless I decide to try again, perhaps with a male (I’ve bred pigs before and know the risks hence my hesitation) or a neutered male. But for now she’ll be a spoiled single. She seems happy about that!

Rude messages will be ignored.

Senior Boxer & His Guinea Pig Copilot Are The Coolest Duo Since Batman & Robin

Sherlock Holmes and Watson. Batman and Robin. Peter Pan and Tinkerbell. All of them make awesome duos, but none of them come close to being nearly as cute as Rex the Boxer and Smores the Guinea Pig, the dynamic if not unlikely duo that’s taking the internet by storm.

The pair were united by Holly Walthers, founder of Leo Puppy Mill Survivor based on the West Coast of the US. Walthers devotes her life to saving desperate dogs and Rex was one of these lucky pups. She rescued him from a kill shelter in California, and even though the old dog is dependent on a wheelchair due to degenerative myelopathy, it hasn’t stopped him from living life to the full! Still, something was missing in Rex’s life, and that something was…a Guinea Pig! But since Smores arrived, Rex has been happier than ever. His wheelchair has even been modified to accommodate his furry sidekick! Whether eating, sleeping or generally just chilling, the pair do everything together. That’s just how they roll! See for yourself in the pictures below.

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Meet Rex, the senior boxer, and his best friend Smores, the guinea pig!
They are such a good match, they’re basically the Batman & Robin of the animal world!

The pair were united by Holly Walthers, the woman who devotes her life to saving desperate dogs

Walthers rescued Rex from a kill shelter in California even though the old dog is dependent on a wheelchair

He has degenerative myelopathy, but it hasn’t stopped him from living life to the full!

Especially since he met a guinea pig named Smores

They bonded instantly!

His wheelchair has even been modified to accommodate his furry sidekick!

Since Smores arrived, Rex has been happier than ever!

Whether eating, sleeping or generally just chilling, the pair do everything together

That’s just how they roll!

Source: boredpanda