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Help! Piggy Escaped!

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PiggyMamaDrink

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Hi my youngest guinea pig who is 8 months old (female not neutered) has escaped from our garden this morning & hasn't been seen since lunchtime! I'm getting worried as my neighbours have cats & dogs! I'm wondering if anyone has any tips on how to encourage her to come home? I'm desperate!
 

Polly and Rosie

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Put a travel cage outside with hay and other bedding like fitch and fresh fruit and veg. Stand a little distance and wait for a few hours. Good luck :gp::(
 

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Oh my god, you must have been frantic! Thank heavens she is safely back home now.
 

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Try to make sure however she escaped is closed up good so she doesn't do it again! Glad she's home safe!
 

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Good grief that must have been horrible for you. So glad she is home
 

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So glad for you! I never forget when our Chas made a dash for the pond. One soggy, smelly shook up piggy.
My heart skipped a beat when I saw the thread title and the fact your neighbours have cats and dogs!
 

linda.b

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Glad she is back! Where do you live? It's far too cold and damp at the moment for them to go in the garden in the uk where I am. Can't wait for the nice warm weather so they can get out on the grass. X
 
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