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Well we have 3 litters due within this week

1st litter
MR Jingles (Hairless from Jen) x Fuzzy Astrex PEW/possibly himmy

2nd litter
Mr Jingles x BEC

3rd litter
choc tan x choc tan

possibly siamese on the way too fingers crossed! :D

will get some pics of the pregadeemus does 2night :)
 

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lol yup shes next to meet Mr Jingles :) she didnt get on very well with the PEW fuzzy so we couldnt put them together with him :? nanie baldy has prooved to be a bit fiesty lol not to humans only to mice she doesnt like ! :eek:
 

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wow, pmt mouse! i dunno if its something you hav noticed - or anyone else with hairless, but ive found that more often than not, hairy mice dont like bald mice, ive got to be careful who i house my balds with, i made the wrong choice on friends recently and my lovely bald needleface got bites all over her ass, she was most upset!
 

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That must be a strain thing because mine never had any problems with any other mice hairless o9r furred. Actually the hairless absolutely loved the company of other mice - I used to keep groups of six bucks together all the time.
 

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i think the choc fuzzy might be the black sheep of the familly, all my other balds are very chill and like other mice and people, the bucks i can keep together, i've got a dad and son combo going on at the moment.(dad hairy, son bald) ive just noticed that some of my hairy mice seem to be really insulted by the company of balds, i asked my sister if she'd had it and said she'd noticed it too, and her balds are non related to mine.

maybe its my hairy mice that have the problem? its only with girls ive noticed it.
 
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