Guinea Pig Paraphernalia Up For Grabs

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cookiewise

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HI
I am new to this forum but not new to guinea pigs. Since 2002 I have been slave to a massive herd, but unfortunately my last wee critter passed last August. As I housed them in large pens (they had their own room in my flat) I have a lot of "stuff" now sitting in a box in my hall. This includes: Numerous Pigloos, tunnels, bridges, water bottles, feeders, bowls, pig pockets and cuddle cushions (for lap time), carry boxes (for vet trips) etc etc - as guinea pig lovers yourselves I am sure you can imagine the volume and range of what I have accumulated over the years.
I am not planning to get any more guinea pigs so I want to offer up all this stuff to a rescue or anyone slave to a herd. It's important this collections goes to someone who will make good use of it.
I live on the southside of Glasgow and I want to offer this huge collection for free.
Please email me - nicola_noon@yahoo.co.uk - to arrange viewing/uplift.
Thanks
Nick
 

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sorry you are now without any guinea pigs. Its a lovely idea to offer your things for free to a rescue.. There is a rescue locator at the top of this page, maybe you can find one close by to you via that x
 

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Thank you for your reply artcasper. After 13 years of squeakyness, purring and loud welcomes, it's been really hard making the adjustment to a life without guineas, but I rescued a lot and gave them a full happy life. What's been difficult is going into the guinea pig-less room; it took me a while before I was able to clear it and try to move on. Hence the delay in getting around to offering up their things. The closest rescue is 60miles from me!
xx
 
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