Do guinea pigs play nibble?
they do not play they kiss
Often guinea pigs will nibble or bite their owners as a way of communication. Yung guinea pigs will often bite or nibble because they are still learning and testing their limits. A guinea pig may also bite if being held improperly and they feel uncomfortable or scared. They may also nibble at you clothes if they are held too long as a way of letting you know they need a bathroom break.
Guinea pigs are capable of recognizing their caretakers and recognizing familiar guinea pigs. Some guinea pigs will nibble the fingers and toes of their caretakers or even lick them. They will cuddle up to you to stay warm or feel safe. Guinea pigs are definitely affectionate towards their caretakers buy doing tricks, giving kisses, and cuddling.