gorjous mice :love
SarahC said:they are super duper mice and to produce them their owners have paid great attention to detail,provided the best nutrition and kept numbers per litter low so that the mothers are not over worked and the babies get the best.Any one who subscribes to the club magazine will have read our editors comments that nature doesn't expect mother mouse to rear all her offspring.She produces many and nature steps in and reduces those litters.Without nature we need to do it so that she isn't worn to a husk and the children are full of health and vitality.All of those winners are in top condition,the only problem with them is that they are not mine :mrgreen:
Awww thats a shame, but completely understandable. I think i would struggle to show another animal. ( although cavies look like they may be on the cards!)smileysal said:Well, I've not been on much since the show, only because we were on holiday and so busy I didn't really have time to get on the computer! It was great to meet a few of you at the show and pick your brains. Especially thank you to Shiprat who talked us round the whole mouse show thing, we really learnt loads!
It also helped me to make the decision that I will stick to showing birds, only really because I don't feel I would be able to dedicate the time to both hobbies to do them justice, so I will continue to breed my pet shop mice and come here and ogle your gorgeous mousies!!!