Deck the halls with... no, not boughs of holly. With herds of guinea pigs!
As promised, here's our craft tutorial for making guinea pig ornaments out of felt. The free template contains a basic potato-shaped piggy pattern, along with two ears. These would make a great gift for the crazy cavy person in your life. Bonus points for personalizing the ornament to match a real-life pig.
Cranberries! The pigs rejoiced at the return of their favorite seasonal holiday treat.
Belka, Peaches, and Poof ate with gusto. Truffle kept losing her half eaten berries and instead of rooting around, shamelessly pleaded for more.
|"Grass?! NOM." -Revy|
As temperatures drop and autumn settles in, the pigs have had increasingly few opportunities to graze outdoors. Luckily for them, last weekend was warm enough for a brief chow session... not that they were willing to cooperate.
Now that you've got your fleece in hand, it's time to decide which absorbent liners to use!
As you may recall from our earlier article, fleece needs to be paired with an absorbent material to function effectively as guinea pig bedding. Remember, fleece is only meant to wick away liquids - it's the layer underneath that is essential to keeping your guinea pig dry. Several popular options are listed below.
Labels: cage and bedding