My baby Girl chinchilla is looking for a new family that can take good care of her and can provide a good environment to grow and live in.
This chin was born 30th August 20 from Violet Mum and Black Velvet father. Little one is healthy, very friendly and loves to sleep in a hammock, run in a running wheel, lie in a dusty bath and eat dry apple and carrot flakes. Chinchilla baby is ready to go to new family now
Price £260 (SOLD)
* The chinchilla does NOT come with a cage, so before you buy you will need large safe free running cage, water bottle, nest / house, large hammock and a running wheel with diameter of 14 or 15 inches, dust bath, dry food, hay, wooden toys safe for chinchillas.
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Chinchilla fur is one of the most valuable and the rarest possessions in the world. In ancient times, the chinchilla is hunted not for its meat but for its soft and luxurious fur. Fortunately, there are now a number of organisations supporting its conservation.