Back in the beginning of November I got 4 guinea pigs. One was from someone off of Craigslist, his name was Sammy. I got 3 others from a rescue, their names were Bram, Candy Corn, and Mr. Clean. All males. Within the first week and a half, Sammy died. We later learned that Sammy wasn't 2 years old, but he was 5, which made sense to me. I've had guinea pigs before and I understand their life span. I have a pretty big cage (4ft long) so I thought I would introduce all 3 remaining pigs together. Btw, Mr. Clean and Candy Corn were living together after recently being introduced at the recuse. Same with Bram and Sammy. We had to bring Sammy into the place to get them introduced and it worked out well. Well, I tried the introduction, and it didn't work out. Bram (who is young&small), was being kind of attacked by the other two, and I didn't know what to do so I just removed him. I realize now that I didn't do it in a neutral location, which would have maybe made it go smoother. So I kept Bram by himself and Candy Corn and Mr. Clean together until this morning, when Candy Corn died. I noticed him not eating last night and didn't think anything of it. I also saw that he was being humped by Mr. Clean and looked shaken up, I know that it's just a natural thing they do but I was wondering if that had anything to do with his death. So now I have two cages, with one pig in each. Mr. Clean is older than Bram and (I can assume) was the dominant pig when Candy Corn was alive. I don't want to leave them alone for the rest of their lives in separate cages, and I also don't want to worry about cleaning two cages. But I'm also afraid that Bram will be taken advantage of/attacked by Mr. Clean, and I don't want him to live like that. What should I do?