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"I have 2 female guinea pigs: an abyssinian named Moja and an american crested named Paige. Paige is definitely the most talkative. She gets so worked up when she hears the fridge open (food) that she'll steadily raise the volume of her squeaks until I swear she'd burst! Romaine is a good lettuce for them, but it is high in oxalic acid, which can cause problems if given too often. I feed my girls a small amount of pellets daily, and give them a mix of different lettuces(except iceberg), small slices of apple, cantaloupe, pinapple (which contains papain, which helps break down hair in the digestive tract), turnip tops (high in vitamin C), parsley, kale (also high in oxalic acid,but good in Vit.C) and unlimited timothy hay. "

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