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Introducing Donny & Mason Part 1

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Lilly

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My 2 new boys that I brought home from the Queensland Guinea Pig Refuge last Saturday.

Here's Donny, a sheltie, with overgrown hair and nails before his spa treatment. Here he weighs 1.54kg.


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Here's Mason, a rex/texel cross, also with overgrown nails, before his spa treatment. Here he weighs 1.52kg.


 
Hello boys, you are about to enter a life of being pampered :love:

Congrats Lilly they are beautiful!
 
So adorable, and congratulations on your new piggies! They will have a wonderful home. :)
 
Handsome fellas not good news about their nails though glad to hear you have sorted them out :)
When I first saw them beginning of October they did not have overgrown nails & Donny's hair was not so long & unkempt. Because I could not take them until mid November, and felt it was impracical for the refuge to reserve them that long, I paid the refuge about 50 pounds for their adoption fee & upkeep & advised them to contact me if more was needed. So, it was really disappointing to find them in that condition when I picked them up. I had to cut 2 hair mats from Donny's back end that very day. I know refuges struggle & they probably concentrated on piggies who did not have homes to go to, but still. Anyway, they'll never be in that condition again!.
 
When I first saw them beginning of October they did not have overgrown nails & Donny's hair was not so long & unkempt. Because I could not take them until mid November, and felt it was impracical for the refuge to reserve them that long, I paid the refuge about 50 pounds for their adoption fee & upkeep & advised them to contact me if more was needed. So, it was really disappointing to find them in that condition when I picked them up. I had to cut 2 hair mats from Donny's back end that very day. I know refuges struggle & they probably concentrated on piggies who did not have homes to go to, but still. Anyway, they'll never be in that condition again!.
That is not good at all I can see why you were disappointed Lilly, I could tell from the first photos that you were unhappy with their condition :( it was lovely to see the second update where you had pampered them I bet they felt heaps better afterwards, your a great piggy mum :) I look forward to seeing your Donny and Mason updates.
Kell.
 
Gosh Mason looks big, your a good piggie mum, well done for re homing them and caring so much :hug::D
 
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