Here's our guineas:
|Max (above) and Chowder (below)|
The babies, or puppies, or cavies, didn't really look like the typical animal newborns we were used to. They had all their furry hair and it was dry (by the time we were able to see them) and their eyes were open and they were scooting around. They even started feeding on some greens within the first few weeks!
We need to find homes for them, which makes my whole animal-loving family a bit sad. But, they'll be much bigger before we know it and we already have 5 other guineas along with a cat and dog. If we were already living in the country on our land, we'd certainly be keeping them. But, unfortunately here in the city we don't have room to accommodate them and I don't think we'll be moving soon enough.
|These 2 piggies were actually cuddling up against my daughter's dog's tummy, she's curved around behind them.|
|This is my youngest son with his guinea whom he loves, Chowder.|