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Awesome work there Jerry. I think The Sumo Brothers would love it, if they weren’t so busy eating and eating and eating….
That’s fabulous! Can’t wait for the sequel….
Cute… and professional. Was hoping it was going to go a bit longer with a story lol.
Soo Cute! We trained our guinea pigs to “free range”. Initially we used a wire enclosure attached to the cage. We open the cage door in the morning and they graze the lawn (and hide in the bushes) during the day. At sunset they return to the cage and once they’re all in, we give them a cob of corn (husk on – they love the husk) as dinner. Once you have some trained, they teach their progeny the system. They are pretty good in the garden – need to put little “walls” (e.g. gutterguard) around parsely and tumeric though 🙂
Gutter guard – an excellent system! Too many cats and snakes around here to risk free ranging, though I could do that in London.