Happy Tuesday! I hope you’re all having a wonderful week so far! So you won’t believe what happened… a very lovely lady by the name of Lea whom runs a beautiful colouring book blog and YouTube channel called Coloring queen reviewed our book!
I was so excited upon waking up one day to find in my Youtube subscription box notified me of Lea’s beautifully made sparkly guinea pig colouring book video. I’ve never before had someone review my artwork, so I was a little nervously excited?!?! Let’s watch Lea’s review together to see what she had to say about these magical lil piggies.
If you don’t have time to watch the video then be sure to check out Lea’s blog review of our book (click the image above to be magically sent there on a unipiggie :D). Be sure to check out Lea’s blog and subscribe to her channel if you’re becoming a coloring ( or colouring hehe) addict like me!
Comment below on what your most favourite colouring book is right now?
Lots of piggie kisses,
Katie and Pigs x
It’s happened…. my guineapig ate my hair! I was having some very much deserved cuddly time with Cookie and Gigi ( after Cookie had a recent abcess and dose of antibiotics cuddles are always the best medicine!). It was then that I heard this rather strange munching and being sat there like rapunzel with her hair all a flow turned to see a chunk of my hair in Gigi’s mouth!??!
Long time no see! I’m sorry I’ve been away for a while, I’ve been a bit under the weather but I have something exciting I can finally share with you all so check out this video!
✨🐹🌈 Available now at the Guineapig Wheekly shop!🌈🐹✨
Lots of wheeky love
*Note: Please understand this book is “self published”. I’m not backed by a big publishers to make it 🙂 I’ve created this of my own with the big passion to bring a #guineapigwheekly colouring book to all of you. I hope you love it as much as I do :).
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When I was younger my sister and I had a guinea pig called Lofty and a rabbit he was previously paired with named Harriet whom lived outside in a secure hutch for most of the year. Now at the time we were very young and despite researching about guinea pig and rabbit care with our parents, we only brought them inside during the winter season.
Now it wasn’t until I was 24 that I got my own small pets again after coming across Cookie and Gigi one christmas. Seeing as they were both still so young, they stayed inside as indoor pets for many months and it was during this time that I got thinking about the benefits of doing so. From then on I’ve always kept my guinea pigs indoors because I feel there’s lots of positives to it and here’s a few reasons why! Continue reading
We have a wheekly exciting piggie interview to share with you all today! Charlotte is the creative lady behind the Sugar and Spice Guineapigs youtube channel. Charlotte makes a mixture of helpful small pet videos from general guineapig care to haul and creative cage themes!
I forgot to post about this vlog last month whoops! Sorry for being missing from my lovely little blog everyone I hope you’re all doing well? I’ve been working on a super secret guineapig project these past few months and now don’t get your guineapigs in a twist I can tell you soon so stay tuned!
In the mean time I thought I’d post my vlog at long last if you havent’ seen it already and to tell you I’ve made some uber cute guineapig mugs for the guineapig wheekly shop! Everything in the shop I hand illustrate and design myself and you’ll be happy to know that all products are made in the uk supporting fellow small creative businesses in what they do.
Let me know what you think of them! Wheek to you soon!
Now that the summer weather has arrived in the uk ( no doubt we’ll probably have 1 week of summer then its back to rain haha) I have noticed more flies are buzzing around not just the house but the guinea pigs to!
Flies when it comes to our pets can cause problems as they’re often attracted to the messy muck and smells our piggies make when they poop and wee. So its super important to keep flies away from you piggies on warm days to prevent them from laying eggs and breeding more bugs.
Here are my tips on how to cut down on the flies and keep those piggies happy!
- Install a fly net : We recently bought two fly nets off ebay and secured it to the door of our Guineapig Wheekly HQ (shed). We also did this to the window area so that even if we leave the windows and door open to ventilate the pigs space this will minimize the number of flies to potentially get in.
- Fly lights : There are special lights you can often pick up from your local super market which attract the flies to its light source. This has proved really helpful for us in again cutting down on the number of flies in the shed space and we often leave this on throughout the day to help prevent them.
- Cleaning up more often : Obviously as I mentioned before flies are drawn to the smell of piggie poops and urine and even though its pretty gross they can lay eggs and begin to breed. This is why its super important to spot clean and replace any dirty area’s in your piggies cage more often. It might use a bit more litter than you normally would but its worth it to prevent flies settling in.
I hope you found these guinea pig tips helpful! If you have any suggestions on how we can beat these bugs together then comment below I’d love to try your suggestions to! In the meanwhile enjoy the summer sunshine and pop those piggies on the grass! 😀