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The Siamese "Twins"



Ok, so they are not twins, they're not even sisters, but the only way I can tell them apart is that Mae-Ling has a half inch of white at the end of her tail. Su-Lyn's Tail is brown from base to tip.

A 5 week old Su-Lyn, and a 4 month old Mae-Ling, were delivered to my home by the family of Deborah DeMaere, of DreamQuest Rodent Ranch in Regina, Saskatchewan, on the morning of Friday, September 27,2002.



First pictures of Su-Lyn, courtesy of DreamQuest

Su-Lyn 5 weeks old Su-Lyn 5 weeks old Su-Lyn 5 weeks old

Look Ma, no points!
I have never had a Siamese ratlet this young, and I've never before seen a Siamese without it's points. What an awesome opportunity to be able to watch a buff-colored baby coat change so dramatically in the process of developing these dark smudges. Su-Lyn's points started to express themselves when she was 6 weeks old.

Su-Lyn's Mom: Nadiwa (unavailable)
Su-Lyn's Dad: Horatio
Horatio



First picture of Mae-Ling, courtesy of DreamQuest

Mae-Ling 4 months old

Heart of My Heart



Su-Lyn Su-Lyn
aka Chop Suey, Suey, Suzy Q
Born: Aug. 21, 2002
Seal-point Siamese Standard-coated Dumbo Doe
From the very start Su-Lyn has been an outgoing, well-socialized, friendly little girl. She is a true young lady
RIP Su-Lyn March 16,2004
Malignant cancer in abdomen
Mae-Ling Mae-Ling
aka Maple Bug, Smudge, bRAT!
Born: June 25,2002 (best guess)
Seal-point Siamese Standard-coated Dumbo Doe
From the very start Mae-Ling has been an outgoing, well-socialized, friendly little girl. She does, however, have a tendency to push the limit with the alpha girls and has to be reminded as to where she fits in with the colony
RIP Mae-Ling September 09,2004
Chronic Myco






RIP ratties can be seen here


Their bodies held in storage in the freezer, awaiting this day,
the Siamese Twins were cremated, their ashes mingled,
and returned to me, August 19,2005






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