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Friendly Farms - A Small Animal Sanctuary

At Friendly Farms we help homeless and abandoned animals, mostly guinea pigs and rabbits. We also have cats, chickens and geese.

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May our lives always be this love. ❤

Kibble time for the Wild Bunch. Buddy and Peppa, Sparkle and Ginger. Nutmeg and Suzie were off eating hay. 🌾

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Kibble time for the Wild Bunch. Buddy and Peppa, Sparkle and Ginger. Nutmeg and Suzie were off eating hay. 🌾

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Check out these adorable boys! 💕

With proper care, including a grass hay -based diet, a normal life span for guinea pigs is 5-8 years. They need an exotics vet, as most dog and cat vets don’t know their specific medical requirements. The Avian and Exotic Clinic of Monterey sees many guinea pigs as part of their practice. 🩺

Visit guinealynx.info for what you need to know about living with guinea pigs. 🐹💖
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Our next Rabbit and Guinea Pig Spa Day will be held on Saturday afternoon, January 22, at Silkscreen Express in Seaside. RSVP today to make your appointment!

Rabbits: $15 for nail trim, scent gland cleaning, brushing.

Guinea pigs: $10 for nail trim, outer ear cleaning, brushing. Boar pouch cleaning for $10.

Email getinfo@friendlyfarms.org or DM for more information.

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Our next Rabbit and Guinea Pig Spa Day will be held on Saturday afternoon, January 22, at Silkscreen Express in Seaside. RSVP today to make your appointment!

Rabbits: $15 for nail trim, scent gland cleaning, brushing.

Guinea pigs: $10 for nail trim, outer ear cleaning, brushing. Boar pouch cleaning for $10.

Email getinfo@friendlyfarms.org or DM for more information.

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Our Creature of the Night Mr. Pip awaits the lights to go out so he can swoop down and snuggle on Lori’s neck. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Creature of the Night Mr. Pip awaits the lights to go out so he can swoop down and snuggle on Lori’s neck.
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