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About Bitsy the Guinea Pig

Updated: 7/26/2015

After a 2-month fight with lymphoma, Bitsy passed away May 18, 2012. She will be greatly missed from the Happy Cavy herd. RIP Lady Bitsy.

NAME: Bitsy (“Rimona”)

Oct 2007 – May 2012

SEX: Female


Favorite snack: Cucumber

More About Bitsy: Where I Live, What I Eat

My Sisters’ Pages: Hammy, Feebee, Buttercup

Bitsy was adopted from the Willamette Humane Society October 2009. Bitsy was a “confiscated” piggy taken from some less than nice breeders. She is VERY social and loves her sisters and her big clean cage!

With a really loud wHeEk that can be heard all around the house when she wants snack time, Bitsy always gets what she wants. She also likes sleeping in corners with her face smooshed against stuff.

Bitsy was diagnosed with lymphoma (cancer) on March 9, 2012. Bitsy’s story is archived on the guinea pig blog.

Catch up on the Bitsy tag on the HappyCavy Blog!

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Bitsy’s Last Moments On Webcam #2

Recorded May 18, 2012. Running time: 46 minutes.

Bitsy the guinea pig

Oh...hi there!

Bitsy in the cavy cozy

Bitsy Snuggle piggie

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About This Guinea Pig Website

HappyCavy has been online since June 2009 with Hammy and Piglet. In October of 2009, a sweet, fuzzy cavy named Bitsy joined the webcam broadcasts.

Feebee and Buttercup were welcomed to the HappyCavy Forever Home as friends and co-conspirators in January 2011. Dot joined us on July 2012, and Winnie and Rosie were the most recent addition on February 8, 2015 and June 6, 2015, respectively. Learn more about the guinea pigs here.

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