These gorgeous pair sadly were seperated when Cheech died a few months ago from unknown causes..Choong was heart broken...he actually appeared depressed......but then Choong hooked up with Ching....who I brought at the auction last year..she came with her brother....Chop
Cheech and Choong.....Cheech on the left...
Here is Ching
This is her brother Chop
But the exciting news is ...........
Choong with his hooking up with Ching .....has resulted in baby Changs!!!
Yup ive got baby scalies..... 2 Cuties...about 3 days old...fat crops and doing well...fingers crosssed they stay that way....
I know I asked the boys before what they would throw but Ive forgotten.....so what were possible outcomes again???
Last Edit: Aug 10, 2008 20:34:26 GMT 7 by sharkim007
Cheech, chong, choog and little changs...I'm getting confused here but congratulations anyway!!!
"Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways - Bourbon in one hand - chocolate in the other - body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO, What a Ride"
Just an update....2 Changs doing well... I checked them yesterday...not that I needed too..you can hear them all the time....they are both doing well..but no sign of feathers yet so dont know their colours....
I am so proud of Choong.....despite his set back of loosing Cheech...hes got what it counts when it matters...hope to have pics next time.....dont like to hassle them too much,,,but I do know that baby scalies have black beaks!!!
Ok, here we go again, haha. I think the cock bird is visual normal, unless he is split paired to a grey green dilute hen they should produce both green and greygreen babies split dilute. Good luck hope they continue to thrive
Polytelis Cavy, Bird and Wiltshire Horn Stud Perth, WA