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Old 05-16-2019, 01:26 PM   #1
loren fontan
 
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Question Smidge's little pinkies

Hi everyone!
New face here and not a clue how to work the website.
My little smidge had her litter 6 days ago!
As abiding to the rules there will be no photos posted as of yet but there will be soon i promise!
So far I have noticed i have some banded and some all pink with faint markings in there. 7 pups in total.
Momma smidge is doing exceptionally well and loving all the extra goodies i am putting in her cage for nutrition. She is exhausted but doing amazing as a first time momma.
their ears are now open and momma likes to show them to me occasionally but i am keeping distant.
Im moving house next week and im just wondering how will she cope any tips are greatly appreciated and i will attempt to answer as many questions as i can.
Thankyou Smidge and family <3

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Old 05-17-2019, 02:47 AM   #2
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Default Re: Smidge's little pinkies

Moving a cage with a litter in is very risky however you will need to do it. Make sure the cage is covered with a blanket and you move it very carefully with the least movement possible.
I hope it goes well and look forward to seeing the babies when the eyes are fully open.
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