Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Can Guinea Pigs Eat Thyme?

The humans decided that since Thanksgiving is tomorrow, they would feed us some more Thanksgiving-inspired herbs. You can feed us thyme 1-2 times per week. You can feed us the stems as well as the leaves.

Today we tried thyme, and frankly, I don't know what to think. It's green, but tastes much stronger than other green foods we've tried before.


The heck is this?!
I tried some and ate it enthusiastically but then wandered away. Then I saw Buffy and Broccoli were still eating it, so you know I had to go and claim some more. But then Buffy got bored and wandered off, too.



We're lukewarm on this food. We give it 3/5 stars. It's nice to eat a nibble or two, but after that we become disinterested.

5 comments:

  1. I tried to leave a comment and I think the computer ate it -- sigh. Muffin has never tried thyme, not sure she would like it much, she is quite particular :-) She (and her 9 year old human) are running a carrot decorating contest and I am supposed to let guinea pigs and their humans know about it -- I'm out meeting guinea pigs via their blogs tonight :-) If Lola, Buffy and Broccoli might like to enter the info is at bonkersinbarnhart.com But either way Muffin sends wheeks and piggy hugs and we will be back to visit soon!

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    1. Thanks so much for sharing- we will be entering for sure!

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  2. I love your posts about 'can guinea pigs eat ...'. They are really informative and fun at the same time! I have decided to do a few similar posts on my blog (Giving you credit and a link to your blog as well!)
    If you want to see my Cavvy Savvy inspired post, then the link is below:

    http://hannah-animal-tales.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/can-hamsters-eat-banana.html

    Thanks for the great posts and for inspiring my blog!
    Hannah

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    1. Wow, that's awesome! Thanks for citing us- we're now following your blog :)

      Also, that is one cute hamster!

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    2. Thank you! I am following your site too - your guinea pigs are so adorable!

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