Princess Piggy Poo enjoys the confines of her castle. She looks forward to her daily routine and thinks the only change of scenery that’s worthwhile is the one that appears on the television. Imagine her joy, when I decided to stay home this summer.
I don’t know if all cavies are creatures of habit, but Princess Piggy Poo seems to know she has it good and likes to keep it that way. When I travel, my guinea pig is relegated to her smaller bedroom cage in a friend’s home for a few days. While I’m out having fun, Princess Piggy Poo’s getaway is more of a monk’s retreat with no TV and sparse living quarters — definitely not suitable for a royal cavy.
Princess Piggy Poo is a big proponent of the stay-cation. She is happy to have me popping in and out of the house while she chills in the comfort of home. For a guinea pig that’s supposed to be having adventures, Princess Piggy Poo would rather dream about what’s happening in the world than go out in it.