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These are some of the fattest babies I have ever produced or seen.

This litter is a mixed bag bred in order to produce some descendants from an aging Seawatch Stud chinchilla I got ahold of a couple months ago. ere's one "light chinchilla" (Aw/Aw cch/c). One is white-bellied agouti (Aw/Aw) and one is probably a white-bellied, agouti-based himalayan (and won't be used in breeding).

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Thanks.

WillowDragon pointed out to me in another forum that in one of the pictures, the chinchilla baby is so fat she actually has (human-like) breasts! :lol:
 

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She's da Big Momma! Which is quite alarming considering her eyes aren't even open yet!

Seriously Jack, what are you feeding these children of yours!!??

Willow xx
 

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I feed them the same thing all the others get: lab blocks, high-quality dog food, scrambled eggs, and infant formula mostly! :)
 

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I agree. I'd like to breed her to her father (whose father is from Seawatch Stud), if he lives long enough. There are no males in her litter so that complicates things just a little bit.
 

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Yep, but she's not Aw. This "chin's" mom is Aw from English lines so this super fat girly has a good chance of being Aw/Aw...
 
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