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Piggies&buns

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I know this is something you have asked before but I’m afraid it’s simply not possible for us to tell you their age from a picture
 

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It’s impossible to tell. How old did they say they were when you got them?

ETA: is that straw in the first photo? If so, they shouldn’t be bedded on or fed straw.
 

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All I can do is repeat what was said in your other thread, is if you got them in October but you weren’t told how old they were, then base it on the fact that pet shop piggies are going to be around 8 weeks when they go in for sale, so all you can do Is add the weeks since on to that to give you a very rough idea
 

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There's really no way to tell by looking... unless they were tiny little babies where it might be possible to at least make an educated guess.
 

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It’s just to keep them warm
Do they live outside? You could get some heat pads for extra warmth. But, as above, they shouldn’t have straw in their cage at all.
 
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