These kits are about 10-11 days old in these photos and just opening their eyes. They’re growing so fast and are getting cuter and chubbier/fluffier every day! I’m having such fun watching their colors develop. Most of these are slated to be sold as breeders, but a few will be grown out past the uber cute phase and into the juicey and delicious phase. If that sounds callous at all or you think it impossible to eat something that could be this cute – think of what you had for dinner last night…. it was probably really cute when it was a baby.
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