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Looking for breeders in GA, SC, NC, VA, WV, MD, and PA (USA)

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Hello everyone! In case you haven't seen my introduction post, which I assume most of you haven't, I am Megan; no need to call me Literaturenerd. :) If the subject of the topic wasn't proof enough of my intentions, I would like to find a breeder (for the future) in any of the following states: Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and possibly Pennsylvania--though for anyone in PA, I might have to ask for them to meet me in MD.
I live in South Carolina, but if you haven't noticed, there are almost no breeders around here. It's a little ridiculous--at least, according to my feelings about mice. Maryland is my home state, and the drive to Maryland is not horrible, so my mother and I are willing to travel that far, though we would prefer a breeder closer. I am not looking for anything special. Just a calm, adorable male meecey, though I do not prefer hairless or ruby/pink eyed types. Any other is fine by me, because I am not picky. If you know of someone, if you could give me information (Facebook, E-mail address, website, etc.) to get in touch with them, that would be lovely. And if you are a breeder in the area, then please, do tell. :)
I am a first time mouse owner, and I may have a few questions, but I have learned a lot about mice and I am almost completely prepared for one. I suspect that sometime in September--give or take a month or two-- I will be fully ready for a mouse, having spent all of the money for first time costs, and that is when I will be on the prowl, to find people who have litters, or will be having one soon. I like to be fully prepared in every thing I do, including finding breeders before I'm even ready for an animal, because that is who I am. Thank you for viewing, and thank you for your help. Have a nice day!
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I am in GA

Usually have some texels, splash, siamese and will be getting into blue point siamese/blue burmese
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