- Oct 10, 2009
When you have babies born that look alike how do you tell them apart? Especially when someone says" I want that one"?
I read your diary post so your question worries me only because it seems like you are questioning your breeder?
We have never had this problem but I am always prepared to mark them when they are born so I can keep A record of who was born when and then know who is who as they grow ect.
After A deposit is given I would say this is very important.
I have A friend who had A litter of golden's and I was there when they where born and I marked each one with A color with non toxic paint and that was how she new who was who.
Please just do your self a favor if you are questioning this just call the breeder and ask her how she is going about this, it will make you feel better. Remember there is no such thing as to many questions.
Forgive me...but if you don't trust her capabilities in telling two cats apart...why in the world do you trust her to breed healthy cats?
The break is the way the bridge of their nose joins their forehead--ideally there is a dip. Where the forehead "breaks" to form the nose.I'm not a breeder but I spent time over a couple days at the breeders when I got Sophie. She had 3 kitties left from Sophie's litter- all black! The first day I couldn't tell which was which but by the end I could. I could tell since the boy- was a boy- and the girl was a little thinner and darker than Sophie. But the breeder could tell from the ear placement and her "break" (I still don't know what this is!) they see things my un-trained eyes cannot!
Hallo habe eine Frage.
Ich habe eine Canadian Sphynx und mÃƒÂ¶chte fragen kann man canadian sphynxe mit den Don-Sphynx verpaaren oder geht das nicht. Und wenn nicht warum?