3 months with guinea pigs
I have been living with a guinea pig for 3 months now. Pinky and Squash are our best friends and adorable pets. They give us infinite love and pleasure to the extent that we cannot understand how we have lived without them until now. Of course, day-to-day cleaning and caring is still difficult.
These days, the grass and clubbers grow well and fresh. I cut it for them every day. Pinky and Squash love the cut grass like this. They always look at me while eating. As if to say thank you.
If I compare it to the previous photo, I can see that the squash is growing very well. Pinky still enjoy eating the most and is plump.
Pinky shakes the cage like this every day, begging for more carrots.
The picture above was taken a month ago. Looking at the last photo, I can see that they were really small and young.
As shown in the photo below, Squash, who showed a tense appearance every day, stretches his legs and relaxes like never before. He loves his cage so much. he keeps trying to get back to the cage even when he has been out for a while.
As Pinky grew older, his heart-shaped buttocks became thicker. We believe that it is the love he shows for us.
Now these two mischievous piggies don't run away or startle us as often as they used to, but rather approach us and ask for carrots.
Squash still doesn't enjoy playing outside, but Pinky runs around the out of cage at this time. We bought clothes for the lovely Pinky and tried them on.
We do this every day with a playpen spread out outside the cage for exercise. But they are more obsessed with carrots than exercise.
On a nice day, we put them on a little trampoline that we doesn't use much now and let them get some fresh air under the shade. This is also their favorite time.
Myungja Anna Koh