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Nora and Nibbles had two litters. She's the splashed yellow doe, the middle sized are the girls from the first litter, and the little ones are the second litter.
 

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Thanks, I wonder if she'll still look fuzy and/or curly when she's grown up.
 

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tratallen: Just enduring them. I find curls popping up in the tris, especially when I breed related meeces. theones from my other lines have always been unheathy looking verging on deformed, with heads shaped like buffalo. Very unattractive. I probably won't try to breed them, even now that I have what look like normal healthy curlies, as I just don't have room in my mousery. It'll be interesting, though to see how they turn out.

Thanks, all. The big doe is the mother, named Nora, and she's a splashed recessive yellow.
 
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