These chinchillas are from our herd, and are the main foundation of our breeding program. They are all very close to us, and they come in all different colors and sizes. If you wish to see our available chinchillas, visit the link below.
Ash enjoys hiding in her fleace poch when she nibbls on hay cubes and is a great mom. everytime a kit crys she is there in a flash just like the other mothers. they all tend to care for kits in there colony even if they don't belong to them. she is very sweet, even if she is s little scared of new places. She is named for the black gray contrast of her fur. Ive noticed that she enjoys jumping from platform to platform without using the ramps and rebounding off walls. This could make a her a little axident prone, but we make sure she is ok.
Olive looks a lot like ash with her fur, but she was named after black olives, a favorite topping for salads and pizzas in my family. She is also a good mom always caring for her kits and making sure they are ok. She is wrather layed back but doesnt like beeing picked up, but once she is in someones hand, she begins to calm down. She gets very vocal when people and or chinchillas put her in a situations, like blocking her in an iglue. we are slowly training her to be more tolorant of people which can be difficult when you get them as adults with premade habbits.
This you lady is named because I just twisted the word beige and i like the way it sounded. I tried to name her somthing else but the name was stuck. She is very photogenic and likes new things. When trying to take photos for this website, she is by far the easiest and most cooporative. She gets a bit jealous when someone else gets a treat, and sometimes tries to take it from them, but we make sure that she takes turns. We then wait a little bit and make her do her own good thing and get her own treat. Bajue has been a great mother, throwing beige and gray babies with Zonko.