We are VERY lucky to add Eloise to our clan, she was not supposed to be for sale but our lovely friend at Royal Wings Gerbils grudgingly handed her over (hehe!). She is my only gerbil from Singapore lines, and carries uw, a rare recessive. She's a very bold lady and promptly refused my first husband choice for her, so she's now with Parker who can handle the sass.
Victoria is a classy lady, she is dainty and sweet and loves her cheeks tickled. She is an excellent and caring mom, and raised Ollah's singleton with her first litter without issues. I hope to use her babies lots in the future.
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Janie is my first home bred girl. She's lovely and has been the sweetest of her litter since day one. I sold her to a future breeder to start her own clan. She's loving life with Beth and her daughters.
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Image is a beautiful sweet girl from Ollah's litter of 5 with Prince. She has a tiny white chin but is black all over otherwise. I LOVE the shape of her head, so I'm hoping she passes it on. Her name is from one of my favourite book series as a kid: Thoroughbred. Image Sadly passed away while at the co-breeder's home. We are devastated with her loss :(
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Lena is a funny little gal, she's super sweet to every baby she's helped raise for her mom Victoria. Lena is quick to jump in my hands and grab food. I look forwards to breeding her in the future!
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Rosie is the shyer sister but she's still a lovely gerbil. She's got a nicer head than her sister Lena and she has a better topline too. Rosie may not be bred, we are still deciding.
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Hannah is my last remaining Ollah daughter after my loss of Image. Hannah will remain with me and her sister Juniper until she's ready to breed. She's a very sweet and small gerbil, but I love her head and lack of white markings. Hannah is a real treat to have in my tanks.
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Juni is a survivor. She was born the runt of Eloise's large litter of 6, and quickly fell behind in her size and began to lose back and rump fur. Desperate to keep "him" alive I fed kitten milk through a paintbrush to help Juni get a little boost on life. Somehow she pulled through and was quite the jumper at 5 weeks old. Though 1/3 the size of her siblings I named "him" LeBron after how bouncy this gerbil was. I wasn't able to sex Juni until she was 12 weeks because of her tiny size and spring-footed nature. I'm thrilled with how she looks now. Juniper is small still, but no smaller than Hannah which is amazing! She's a beautiful piebald and she'll be staying with her sister.
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