Cute Little Black Gerbil

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Key Facts

Pet Type: Rodents
Pet Breed: Gerbil
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 11 months 17 days
Published on: 13 June 2019
Modified on: 13 June 2019
Location: Thames Ditton, Surrey (View Map)

Advert Details

Cute little black gerbil for sale with his cage and toys, dear little friendly boy, I think he needs a friend as he spends a large part of the day alone. Price includes his roomy cage which he loves


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