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About Buttercup the Guinea Pig

Updated: 11/19/2015

Buttercup passed away November 19, 2015 due to complications from a persistent tooth infection. She will be greatly missed from the HappyCavy Family. You can read her Rainbow Bridge announcement here.

Run free, little Cups. We love you, and will miss your smile so very much.

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More About Buttercup: Where I Live, What I Eat
My Best Friend: Feebee
My Neighbors: Winnie, Rosie

Buttercup the guinea pig was adopted to the HappyCavy Forever Home Saturday, January 22 from a private party in Spanaway, Washington. Her sister Feebee tagged along 🙂

Buttercup is the sweetheart of the herd: Always smiling and happy to see you, she loves a good head rub and is always looking forward to cuddle time.

Buttercup and Feebee joined the live webcam broadcasts Saturday, February 12.

Find Buttercup

Watch Buttercup live on webcams #3 and #4.

Follow the Buttercup tag on the HappyCavy Blog.

Find Buttercup elsewhere: Instagram, Flickr, and Facebook.


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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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