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First Bath

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Roclibrarian

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Plucked up courage to give the girls a bath with lice n easy to help get rid of Ginnys mites. Did Luna as well just in case (though can't see any signs of mites on her).
It wasn't half as tramatic as I imagined, they didn't seem to mind the water, though neither of them was keen on the rinsing off.
Ginny got her own back by keep shaking herself spraying me with water.
They looked so cute wrapped up in their towels.
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They are back in the cage with the heating waked up. There's a lot of shaking going on, but they are both eating hay like it's going out of fashion.
 

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awww, they are wonderfully cute from bath time. I swear it's the only time my lot sit still is after bath and having a towel wrapped around them all snuggly, it must be something to do with being a baby piggy and mother looked after them, and feeling secure.
Fabulous pig-tures.
 
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