Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Can Guinea Pigs Eat Sour Green Plums?

It's time for our first food review with Lola! Given that we're still in separate cages and haven't quite gotten the hang of getting along yet, I'm not sure how this will go down. But we'll see! (Let's hope we bite into the food and not each other!)

Today were reviewing sour green plums, which are also known as greengages. They are a type of plum which is often eaten by humans before they're ripe. Humans even like to dip them in salt. (Have I mentioned lately that humans are weird?) Guinea pigs should be given them plain, however--no salt for us. As with all plums, we can have these plums 1-2 times per week. And, of course, don't feed us the pit.

Can't wait to sink my teeth into one!
Yum, green plums!
Hey! You're hovering over them! No fair!
Haha! Broccoli just can't resist the opportunity to bother Lola! Now's my chance!
No, human! You should have just let him stay in Lola's cage! Don't bring him back yet! I'm still eating my fill!
Lola just sat in the corner, and Broccoli spent most of the time chasing her around and invading her cage. I guess that means the review falls to me, and I liked them! Sour green plums get 5/5 stars!