They are so small and innocent when i brought them home, but now i couldn't believe my eyes on how much they've changed. This little kids still as small as i remembered, but i noticed something different when they grown up.
This is my first duo i got after several weeks dreaming to adopt them. To be honest i'm not a kind of person that like to talk and call pets with their name, it just sound weird talking to a pet but they can't talk to me back. Nevertheless, i still gave name to them just to make sure they don't feel sad (^_^).
On the left is Kass (boar) and Akai (sow). Boar is a term for male and sow is female for guinea pig. Both are peruvian breed which has a long, forward hair.
Hair dried Akai after a bath.....this is one of troublesome work to do
Kass with after-wake-up-from-sleep-hair style...not bad huh
Now their age are over 8 months and their hair start growing longer from day to day. Akai (top) and Kass (below). The most troublesome part in having a long hair breed is they need regular grooming, but i usually groom them after their bath.
In the following weeks, i adopt three little bunnies since i can't resist their cuteness. At first i thought ..."i just wanna buy a pair, better than single so they can cuddle with each other.." At last i couldn't make up my mind an ended buying those three bunnies.
Her name is Shiro. Sadly she died 2 weeks after i brought her home due to serious diarrhea.
This active buck named Kuro is Netherland Dwarf breed. I just lost him 2 day before Raya. The reason of the death is because heart attack...seriously....i don't believe it either...damn
This is Hai (doe), mix breed between angora and teddy bear. She's the one that still accompany me and hopefully she will have a long and healthy life.
She's grown into a fine looking bunny.
She looks like a mom for 4 cute little piggies