The Continuation Of Getting Piggies

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Prism

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Aww, very very cute names.
Do you have any pics of them?

(probably not since they were in 3rd grade)
 

david1978

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When my daughters were younger they got them. 2 quickly became 9. Lol. The cage we built was 6' x 3' 2 story. It was neat.
 

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Thanks!
I'll consider that.

I am aware that they are a lot of work, but I'm up for the challenge.
I'm home schooled so I am in my room where they would be all day. lol
They aren't that much work. All you have to do is clean them out, feed them, water them and cuddle them. It's not that hard.
 

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Piggies are great! Congrats on being so prepared! I have my piggies on fleece and actually mad my own fleece pads so I just cram the whole thing in my washer. For the absorbant layer that goes under the flees I would recommend u-haul denim moving pads. Their like 10 bucks and they are huge and they work fantastically at absorbing and not smelling in-between washes. If not available then I've used old towels and I just put down two or three on top of eachother to be more absorbant. Also the bigger you can make the cage the more happy and active your piggies will be!
 

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I definitely recommend joining if you haven’t. There is plenty of info on piggies!

Your cage is big enough for two females, maximum. Males require more room.
 
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