Hi, Before I post my question, I thought I would put a little about myself first...hope that's ok.... I have had guinea pigs for years, I used to breed Rex's many years ago but stopped when I found that I couldn't re home them as I felt bad about selling my 'babies'. Up until last week I only had one little piggy left, a neutered crested boy. Me and my husband have very recently moved house to a reasonable sized farm house with over an acre of land and have decided to have a smallholding and have recently got some chickens. We have a cattle market auction just down the road from us and we tend to go there on the odd weekend, its a bit like a carboot, but in an auction style, they normally have chickens and ducks for auction, but thats it for animals, but the weekend before last they had a guinea pig, in a little box all on her own...I decided as soon as I saw her I had to have her...she looked absolutely terrified! After I brought her home I honestly wasn't sure if she would make it, but I gave her as much hay/carrots/cucumber/greens she could possibly eat and left her to it as I didn't want to stress her out anymore on her first day thankfully overnight most of it was gone :-) The next day I decided to give her a proper go over to see if she was ok, although she was eating properly she didn't look right, when I put her into her hutch there was no scrabbling to get in there, she just stayed in my hands until her feet were on the floor and then she ran off, her eyes looked strange, very cloudy like there was an infection so I thought I would take her to the vets the next day. In my appointment the vet confirmed my suspicions that she was indeed blind and that she had most likely been blind her whole life (all 12 weeks of it). I will finally get to the point of my post now...as I have no experience at all with a blind guinea pig...is there anything extra I should be doing with her...I'm talking to her loads when I go out to see her, so that she gets used to my voice and hopefully starts to associate me with food, she's getting loads of veggies (is there anything extra I should give her?), she doesn't seem to have drunk much, but her poos don't look dehydrated so she must be getting enough water, I've been giving her a fair amount of cucumber which she seems to love. I want to put her in with my neutered male asap but the weather has been shocking and we've had snow all day today and I want to introduce them in my run. Sorry to have gone on, I just wanted to give you an idea of my situation/experience before asking the question. Thanks in advance!