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Ignacia a violet carrying standard #chinchilla

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Blaise - black white cross carrying violet #chinchilla kit

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My new additon to the herd. Black velvet #chinchilla he needs a name! What should I call him?😊

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Ignacia - 14 week old standard carrying violet female #chinchilla 😍😍😍

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Iggy put his #chinchilla paw on me. I feel honoured😇

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Mr Floppy y 10 year old violet male #chinchilla

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Iggy posing with a beautifully illustrated book - SEE MORE: @advofchichi The Adventures of Chi-Chi the Chinchilla Šī¸ that came all the way from the US with a wonderful story written by Ekaterina Gaidouk about Chi-Chi's adventures! All profits go to ChildFund International, buy a book, help a child.

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NEW ARTICLE FEATURED BY CAMERON'S CHINCHILLAS!! Link is in my bio - take a look and share😄😄 #chinchilla

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Sparky my baby Ultra-Violet #chinchilla kit. For those of you interested, this is a violet with the influence of black velvet running through it, creating a richer, more intense violet😄🖒

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Dwarf baby #chinchilla aged 12 weeks😍😍 her name Ismene

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Indie my beige carrying violet female took Best Young Mutation and Reserve Best Mutation at the Southern Region Chieveley show yesterday! FYI: Incase anyone is wondering Indie does not live in this cage - it is for exhibition only so the chinchilla can be individually graded by a professionally trained judge by the National Chinchilla Society's show criteria - whilst some stress is in life is unavoidable, care is taken to ensure the chinchillas are kept in a cool, quiet hall. Most of the chinchillas spend the majority of the day asleep in their show cages and are only briefly disturbed during judging (although many aren't phased by this and may even stay asleep). Breeders ensure a sufficient rest period has been provided after each show, otherwise the chinchilla will lose condition and subsequently not place as well. Generally it's advised to take one chinchilla to no more than three or four shows to get a range of expert opinions from judges. If anyone has any questions about showing please feel free to ask...😄 #chinchilla

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Ignacia a 12 week old violet carrying standard female #chinchilla
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