Hello everyone! Today I will posting about Morumoto Plushies, a shop that sells very cute, handmade guinea pig plushies. They even create custom plushies that look like your pet. You can order one right here. On their website, you can purchase plushies that come in two sizes, large and small but there is a larger variety of larger plushies. They also have a shop on Etsy, so be sure to check that out too!
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Wondering how to say “guinea pig” in different languages? Well, you can read on to find out! If you know how to say “guinea pig” in another language that’s not listed below, comment below and I can add it to the list. 🙂 Enjoy!
French -> Cochon d’Inde/Cobaye
German -> Meerschweinchen
Albanian -> Derr Indie kavie
Danish -> Marsvin
Dutch -> Guinees biggetje/Cavia
Finnish -> Marsu
Greek -> Indiko hiridio/ piramatozoo
Hungarian -> Tengeri malac
Indonesian -> Marmot
Italian -> Porcellino d’India/cavia
Japanese -> Tenjiku nezumi/marumotto
Kurd -> Miskal
Latin -> Cavia porcellus
Polish -> Swinka morska
Portuguese -> Porquinho da Índia/cobaia
Romanian -> Cobai
Russian -> Marskaya svinka
Spanish -> Conejillos de Indias
Swedish -> Marsvin
Turkish -> Kobay
I used this site as a reference.
Guinea pigs need a fairly big area for them to roam around in. There are infinite ways in which to decorate to your pig’s cage but here are some ideas you may want to use when designing a fun habitat for your guinea pigs.
One really easy way to jazz up your pig’s cage is to change up their fleece bedding. You can buy fleece bedding in many different designs and you can easily mix and match them. If you are unsure about using fleece bedding you can read this article on The Guinea Pig Market’s page.
If you aren’t a fan of the C&C Cages then another alternative would be to create a homemade cavy cage. If you visit the Guinea Pig Compendium, they show you step by step how their guinea pig cage design changed over time and what materials they used.
The Guinea Pig “Condo” from the Guinea Pig Compendium.
You can also check out Kathy’s Kritters, a website that features pet stores, a photo gallery, and an online store. They offer great instructions and photos of how they built it and even shelves they built to use for storage from leftover grids!
Guinea Pig Lynx has a very helpful article on housing for guinea pigs as well as a guide for choosing the right grid.
Below is a great list compiled by Cavy Madness that links to sites with ideas for creative guinea pig cages.
Hello! Today we’ll be blogging about our favourite guinea pig blogs that we really enjoy visiting – from blogs that post daily guinea pig pictures to those who post great articles you’ll find them here.
Cavy Savvy –
Cavy Savvy is a guinea pig blog written from the perspective of three guinea pigs: Lola, Buffy and Broccoli. We review guinea pig products, pet food, toys, bedding, cages and more to provide humans with all they need to know about guinea pigs!
Cali Cavy Collective –
A guinea pig blog sharing snapshots of daily piggy life. Cavy care topics include diet, cage setups, guinea pig products, and more.
Hutch a Good Life–
Four blogging British guinea pigs with a lot to say about the world from a cavy eye view!