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I don't understand why. He was nearly a year old, so it's not like he was too old. He has food, water, and hay. His cage gets cleaned out every week, it got cleaned out yesterday. And he gets fresh fruit and celery every day. This morning he was just laying there with his eyes open dead and he wasn't in his tunnel like he usually is. He seemed depressed when we first got him but over the last few months, he's been very vocal and active. He gets to play outside several times a week, in a huge child playpen. Is there any reason why this could have happened? I had to sneak the cage out of the house while my 3 year old wasn't looking.Answer Question
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They die. They are rodents and don't have a very long lifespan to begin with. I am sorry that your pig died.
Guinea pigs live longer than dogs. If you don't have any insight don't answer. Some people actually love their pets.
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