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Mated my 2 dark polecats last year and had 9 polecat kits, mated the same pair this year and she's had 3 white kits with no colouring at all, how common is this, i was hoping to keep back a dark kit for myself

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3 hours ago, big napper said:

Mated my 2 dark polecats last year and had 9 polecat kits, mated the same pair this year and she's had 3 white kits with no colouring at all, how common is this, i was hoping to keep back a dark kit for myself

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never had whites from 2 dark parents. have they pink eyes? I prefer whites but couldn't get any last year so ended up with 2 dark Jill's. 

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Its a first for me aswell mate, dont know about eye colour yet but both parents have black eyes, if one had been a jill i might have kept one but theyr all hobs, il let you know eyes when i see them mate.

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Should have some dark kits coming mate you welcome to one if you need one atb Flacko 

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There must be albino in one of there backgrounds then mate ?> isnt Albino a dominant colour ?.

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This is in an old ferret book by Val porter and Nicholas brown718DBD4B-B45A-47BC-8DFE-DAE85C30EA38.jpeg.7857b3f579af5dde755f32ed774234ac.jpegnothing stranger than Mother Nature 

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2 hours ago, Flacko said:

Should have some dark kits coming mate you welcome to one if you need one atb Flacko 

Cheers Flacko for the offer mate, i dont need one iv got 3 good jills i was just wanted  to keep one of her kits, (if one was a jill and like her (polecat)

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11 minutes ago, neil b said:

This is in an old ferret book by Val porter and Nicholas brown718DBD4B-B45A-47BC-8DFE-DAE85C30EA38.jpeg.7857b3f579af5dde755f32ed774234ac.jpegnothing stranger than Mother Nature 

Just makes it seem more wierd as her last litter was all polecats and she was mated to the same hob 

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Be very interesting to see what colour eyes are when they open 

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Yes thats what im waiting for now, il let you know as soon as i see them mate

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Hopefully be good workers & lucky for their new owners, (they will be if anything like their parents

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I'm living in hope that the one you can see is a saddle back sandy cross pole..  

And she's female.  If  so she's mine... Mmm 

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