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I currently have 5 new litters born 12th december 2009
i have sheepy/fuzzy babies, selfs, sliver fox and broken marked.
All from show stock

For sale i have left

White selfs BEW and PEW bucks and does
Self creams black eyed bucks
Sheepy/fuzzy cream and white bucks
Chocolate and white broken marked bucks
Cream and white broken marked bucks

Sorry tried to add a pic but the file is too big
 

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hi and welcome.Could you post in the introductions as it's a requirement of the forum before posting elsewhere :thx
 

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Raindropmousery said:
All from show stock

For sale i have left

White selfs BEW and PEW bucks and does
Self creams black eyed bucks
Sheepy/fuzzy cream and white bucks
Chocolate and white broken marked bucks
Cream and white broken marked bucks
You can't show fuzzy/hairless so they can't be from show stock ;) There's also no mouse colour called cream and white - it sounds like you may be referring to one of the following colours: champagne, stone (not standardised), pale fawn or red.
 

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Well sheepy can be shown as i do show mine they have to go in the unstanderdised catagory my blue and white buck won 1st. Yes possibly i have the colour cream and white wrong they are probably pale (dilute) champange and white.

This pic is of the pale champange and white that i said was cream and white. Sorry about the blury pic.
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this is a pic of one of my sheepy she is only 6weeks in this picture.
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They have big ears and bigger sized like exhabition mice and have been bred with show mice too. There are a few people that show this breed and hopfully one day it will become a standerdised breed.
 

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You could put anything in the unstandardised class technically, as long as it's a mouse that doesn't conform to a variety ;) But it can't win any of the awards at a show as it isn't accepted as a standardised variety. I do like hairless (genetically fuzzy) mice, and showed a few in unstandardised many years ago now. The mouse you have added a photo of looks as though it may have black eyes? It's hard to tell from the photo/lighting, but champagnes have pink eyes. If the eyes are pink then it does look like a champagne, if not I would say stone.
 

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i thought i read some where that you can get cream and whites the one in the pic is a little darker so probably isnt cream but i have a doe that was suppost to be a cream self but the other day when i looked and got he in the right light she had 2 patches of white on her
 

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I have a feeling that hamsters may have a colour called cream that is a lot darker than cream on a mouse.
 

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MouseBreeder said:
I have a feeling that hamsters may have a colour called cream that is a lot darker than cream on a mouse.
Yep you get Cream Hamsters - the ideal is a deep rich colour
This is Star 'Cream' Banded syrian



* Nothing * like what I imagine Cream in a mouse would be...
I'm still struggling with the beige/cream/light mouse colours.

I have a beige creamy type light colour keeps cropping up.
Any ideas ? Not the mouse in question but is about the best pic I have showing the colour.

 

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My understanding of unstanderdised is that you can only show an actual breed in it, well the breed exists but is not yet recognised like a rex mouse is an actual breed and is in that catogory or like a naked mouse they are a breed that is not recognised and any thing else that doesnt come in to a catogory at all goes in pet class. So sheepy/fuzzie mice are a breed just they are not a recognised breed yet. I enjoy showing them as they are different even thouh you cant get bigger prizes in that catagory it doesnt matter to me thats why i show other mice breeds that are recognised too.
 

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:D My mouse! Her daughter the self is such a pretty colour but never seen any her colour before so dont know what colour she is classified as. Cant wait to pick up my girlies from you at enfield rachel!
 

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the nmc doesn't have pet classes so you and mouse breeder may be quoting different rules.You could show a new colour as well as say your sheep mouse in an unstandardised class.I would like hairless to be standardised.To get a variety standardised you have to exhibit at least 3 mice of that variety at a club show and then put it to the executive committee.Anyway it's all about enjoying your hobby as you say.Myth your mouse is a stone banded and the hammy is a beaut.
 

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hi yes will see you at enfield lol.
Thank you sarah i understand there are a few people trying to get sheepy standerdised yes it woud be good to have hairless standerdised too.
 
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