Megan from CANADA writes: "...Chris, I got my guinea pig Kirby a leash today. It was hard to get it on since he has so much fur. I took him to my front yard and recieved many questioning looks from passing neighbours. -Megan 15 Ontario."
Evin 24teen from MICHIGAN writes: "...Hey Chris: I’ve thought it has been a while since you’ve posted any new pictures of hairless rodents or guinea pigs so I thought maybe I’d help out by submitting some pictures of my newly adopted, mostly-hairless guinea pig. He’s a 3 or 4 month old Skinny Pig. I’m calling him Calvin since his adopted name was “Fuzzy”…I’m thinking just about anything is an improvement over that."
Jessica from INDIANA writes: "...Hello Chris! I just saved two guinea pigs from being euthanized earlier this week. Instead of studying for my midterms I decided to send you some pictures I took of them. They love to hump each other every chance they get, even though they are both males. It has something to do with establishing dominance I guess. Simon does most of the humping while Garfunkel tries to hide fearfully. My roommate and I dressed Garfunkel up and laughed about it for hours the other night. In return Garfunkel peed all over my roommate. It's been a pretty good week. Love always, Jessica 20, Indiana."
14 year old Ann from OTTAWA writes: "...Here are some pictures of one of my guineapig, Winkie. She is actually my brothers but he does not love her so I say she is mine. Anyways, Winkie has cancer of some kind, and her body is covered with little tumors (you cant see them in the pictures)." Please Chris, please please post her picture before she dies please.
Michelle in OTTAWA sends this picture of a new Guinea Pig at the shelter where she works. She writes; "This is Loki, all ready to find a home for the holidays." Loki hopes everyone enjoys their Xmas with family and friends while he sleeps alone in a cold bed of cedar chips with no one to love him.
Sadie from ONTARIO writes:"...This is my GP "Piggins".I've gotten a ticket to your Thursday show in Toronto! Unfortunately I work nights though so I had to lie to my supervisor and say that I was going to see a specialist in Toronto. What kind of specialist he asked? I responded PnK specialist. That's right, puppies and kittens specialist. Thanks for my daily dose of PnK, Dr. Chris. Sadie ONTARIO."