Say hullo to Jennifuzz (aka Fat Fuzz) 🍔 She is a retired breeding fuzz and we are thrilled to be her forever home! _ PS. We shot this on her gotcha day almost 2 weeks ago. No worries, she’s now learned how to greedily shove all sorts of food into face from MGP. She’s learning to blorp from the best!
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This is Lillian. She was 6 ½ years old and I lost her today, after a 3+ year long battle with cancer. She was the sweetest girl with the biggest heart of any creature I’ve ever met. She was my beautiful ball of love and fluff.
Adorable and Magical Photos Of Mieps The Guinea Pig
Adorable and photogenic guinea pig Mieps has an affinity for the camera. If you don’t believe us then look at these delightful photographs where the domestic and chubby cheeked pet transforms into a professional animal model posing with the perfect amount of innocence and cuteness.
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!