Cobayo y Princesa

We have seen many great interspeshe pairs here on CO; sloths ‘n kittehsbunnehs ‘n piggehs, turtlets and flutterbyes, the beat goes on….we loff them all. Today we have a new one for you! Puppeh ‘n Guinea pig! Their story is a curious one.

“We have had Cobayo in our lives for 4 years and during that time he would not socialise with anyone. (No matter how hard we tried, he would bite bunnies, cats, chinchillas and some people too.)”

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“This Christmas, we brought Princesa home and they cannot live without each other ever since.”

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“They like to sunbathe and play all day long. They even TALK to each other (in their ‘languages’, of course)!”

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“I am a loyal follower from Galicia (northwest of Spain) and I have finally decided to send you some pictures of Cobayo and Princesa. Cobayo has changed completely since he met Princesa and they sure make a cute couple!” -Estefania G.

Comments

  1. Jennifer says:

    Which one is which?

  2. Guinea pigs can be called Cobayas in Spanish, hence Cobayo is the male Guinea Pig. ¡Una magnífica pareja Estefanía!

  3. Cambridge Rat Mom says:

    That’s a big guinea pig.

  4. Killer Klown says:

    Having had a couple of Guinea Pigs when I was younger, I can guess that what’s going through this little guy’s head is ‘Hey, finally! Something more unreasonably terrified of the world than I am!’ Still, they’re adorable.

  5. They are so adorabletogether! Glad that Cobayo is a happier Guinea Pig now!

  6. I absolutely love this! Also, I have to say, Cute Overload, I love your blog bunches and bunches! You are bringing sweet and happy moments about in a world that is often very troubled. God bless you for your awesome blog! Thank you always for sharing! :)

  7. At first I thought it was a capybara. I guess I don’t quite appreciate just how small chihuahuas are.

  8. Mikeyfur says:

    Wish there was a “like” button so I could tell Killer Klown how much I liked the “unreasonably terrified” comment. I totally agree.

  9. Mingles' Mommy says:

    That is so sweet! Our guinea pig was terrified of our dog.

  10. I’ve said it before, but I feel the need to say it again: Guinea peegs have the cutest mouths! I’m glad that Princesa y Cobayo have each other and feel safe and secure.

  11. That’s a beeg peeg! Or a tiny cheewawa.

  12. Just proves the old adage that there’s somebody for everybody!

  13. warm-n-fuzzy says:

    Love the top pic—Princesa gazing adoringly at Cobayo.

  14. Smartypants says:

    Juno – yes, I thought it was a Capybara too! What a great team they make. Hi, Estefania G. in Spain! (waves enthusiastically).

  15. They clearly ping from one another!

  16. Estefania G. says:

    You posted it!!! Thank you very much!!! And thank you for the comments too! :)

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