Bananas are on the list of safe foods for guinea pigs to eat. Because bananas are high in sugar, they should only be occasional snacks, however. More »

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Guinea pigs can eat a wide variety of produce and are most happy when provided with leafy greens and colorful bell peppers. Carrots, apple slices, berries and other fruits should be used sparingly due to their high sugar... More »

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Feeding kale to a guinea pig once or twice per week is safe. Kale is a good source of vitamin C, which is necessary in a guinea pig's diet. However, it is also a significant source of calcium, which is harmful to guinea ... More »

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Guinea pigs often keep their eyes open while they sleep. They do sometimes close them during deep sleep or while particularly relaxed and comfortable. Keeping their eyes open while sleeping helps guinea pigs stay alert a... More »

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Raccoons are omnivores who eat a wide variety of foods, including fruits, nuts, berries, insects, frogs and smaller mammals. Their diet is largely dependent on the environment in which they live, with raccoons who live i... More »

Red ripe tomatoes are considered a safe food for guinea pigs, but only the ripe fruit should be fed to guinea pigs. Green tomatoes, tomato leaves and stems contain toxic compounds that can make guinea pigs ill. More »

According to the Humane Society of the United States, guinea pigs enjoy watermelon, but it is best used as a treat. Watermelon, like many fruits, has a great deal of sugar and water. More »