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Isn't she WAY to small to put in with a male?? >>>>>


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Posted by Silly-atus fan on April 28, 2003 at 19:19:13:

In Reply to: Isn't she WAY to small to put in with a male?? >>>>> posted by Gecko2525 on April 28, 2003 at 13:06:27:

: She is a runt for sure though. When I got her she was tiny too.

As far as being a runt goes, you can pretty well rule out genetics. Her parents and grandparents are a good size, and her adult sibblings according to owners I've managed to keep in touch with, are in the normal size range. Pandora was moved to a completely new home three times in something like 6 months or so, which could explain why she's behind in growth - it takes some adjusting after being uprooted. She might be behind in body size, though her internal parts have matured more or less on schedule.




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