Thanks Cait. Fingers crossed about the unders. top litter is the oldest by one day to litter 2 and the one with the straightish line on top is looking straightish under. But they have a lot of growing and wonky line growing to do Really these litters are your work as all parents came from you, all I did was go your the buck that gets to play have some does and play!!!! :lol:MouseBreeder said:Looking good, some of those are well marked on top - just got to wait and see about the unders! I wish my first litters had looked like that :lol:
Thanks Lisa, I am enjoying them up to now. They all have different personalities which I like, but I have come to the conclusion that chocolate rump whites are pigs. You give them food and they sit in the bowl eating Hopefully I will get some good enough to show one day in the near future.Halcyon said:only just caught up with this!
so pleased for you Lian, hope you enjoy the mice as much as I do
Thanks for the confidence boost Ian. The markings are really Cait's work as the parents come from her, I am pleased with them, splodges drags and spots of colour these are always going to turn up, but a correctly marked rump white looks lovely.ian said:They look good from the photos, they look chunky and their tails look thick, I wouldnt worry about their growth.
They look really good, you have a fantastic starting base of markings there.
Galaxy the third chocolate rw doe is huge looks like a golf ball with legs, so fingers crossed anyday now and Sookie my cham rw looks plump I reckon about a week the dad to her litter when it is born is Charles the cham rw buck.MouseBreeder said:Any more babies yet Lian?