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The piggies and the cat

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fluffy69

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Sounds like a good name for a book.lol
Ive had my ladies for over a week, and my stupid cat Ty has only just noticed them. Shes had a look and a sniff. But scarpered when they ran around the cage wheeeeeking. So funny. And she wont go near her food now cos hub has moved it so its up by their cage.:))
I'm not happy that hes moved the cage to where it is but hes told me he doesnt even want them indoors.pow-pow

May I add... the girlies are in no way bothered by the cat either. They just look at her. They only ran around wheeking cos I was near.
 
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Millie's-Mummy

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Our cats have managed to get in the cage and pebbles snuggled with one of the boys i used to have while missy or mistleto, missy whens she's good mistleto when she's bad lol was eating the dry gp food rolleyes
 

monica1607

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My cat isnt bothered at all by my guinea pig she will sniff him and touch him with her paw (nails in of course!) out of curiosity but thats it, Rocky our guinea pig on the other hand is more interested in her and we have to be careful as hes got a thing about biting fabric and we are worried he might bite her! We caught him the other day nuzzling her tail and grabbed him before the thought passed through his head, I think 1 day we may hear the squeal of my cat! :x So when hes out and about we make she is as well!
 
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