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day to not have the wheek wheek wheek when the fridge opens.
But as silver says, don't go to Pets@Home. Their GPs are tiny babies. When I was asking ,the staff member said they are imported from Spain. Why? And how many don't survive the journey. I pointed out 2 (in the boar tank) with closed up eyes (to be told "they're sleepy") erm no- that's not it.
WatchDog highlighted the plight of GPs with ringworm (nightmare to get rid of- and can spread to people)
Rescue is full to bursting (as Terry Prachett wrote- after Christmas and summer holidays, they have their sales on but funny)
Hi all - very sad to hear your news today fudges, I can only empathise - we have had our first Christmas without guineas for 8 years and we all really mised them. Sounds like you have lots of other things to keep you busy! Agree with you tho' and Meg, a house is not a home when you cant get your lawn cut and have those cheeky little faces looking up at you. All you can do is decide whether you want to go through the 'cycle' again, and perhaps seek a nearby rescue who has a couple urgently seeking new homes, then you would be doing a great service to them and your 28 (!!!) children! Good luck.
.......There are no Guinea pigs in the fudges house hold Our last remaining pig died yesterday leaving us pig less-ok we've still got 2 cats, a bunny and 28 children (we are childminders not insane!!!! ) to lavish care and love on but a house isn't a home with out a few pigs is it!?