The room is quiet at the moment.
That won’t last though.
I don’t know quite how it happened, but we went away leaving Minnie Pig here in her cage, but we came back to find two cages and three guinea pigs. I can understand guinea pigs multiplying but not cages.
I can only assume that our K8 brought her two up here to keep Minnie company, but K8 has been here a couple of times since we returned and there has been no mention of the other two going home again. That is fine by me, so long as they are quiet.
The sun is shining in on the cages at the moment, and they are sleeping peacefully in the warmth. Or maybe they are dead? I haven’t checked.
The problem starts though when Minnie wakes up feeling frisky, which she does. A lot.
When she has that randy urge, she starts her whirring noise, that sounds like a helicopter that’s about to drop a minister. This scares the shite out of the other two and they start squeaking at the tops of their voices. Minnie presumably is into a drop of S&M because that eggs her on to even louder whirring.
Just as an experiment, I have let all three loose on the floor a couple of times, purely in the interests of research, and that is when mayhem ensues.
What puzzles me though is that they are all female.
Not being one, I don’t know much about lesbianism, and I don’t think Minnie does either. She chases the other two, trying to play wheelbarrows with them, and they aren’t two happy about this. In desperation, she then sits there screaming for a shag. Whatever about Minnie, I don’t think the other two are too interested in a bit of rumpy pumpy because they refuse to oblige. Just to give them a clue as to what to do, Minnie will try humping them again, but I’m afraid it’s a lost cause. All in all, it leads to a lot of noise but precious little in the way of shagging.
I’m tempted to go and buy a male guinea pig just to shut Minnie up. But then, presumably I would end up with more guinea pigs than I can cope with.
I wonder if they make dildos for guinea pigs?