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    Mojave or pastave?

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    Hey guys! I'm a new owner of this little chill ball of amazing. Bought him for $70 in a small family-owned pet store in Virginia while I was visiting with the boyfriend, and this lil guy was with me during the whole nine hour road trip - He even ate as soon as I got home! Anyway, when I bought him, he was only listed as a mojave, but I honestly am not sure. Some say mojave, some say pastave. What do you guys think?

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    Re: Mojave or pastave?


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    Mojave, because of the dark eyes and dark head/lack of overall blushing. But it's kind of hard to tell with the filters I think LOL

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    Re: Mojave or pastave?

    lol! I didn't mean to confuse anyone with the filters haha. So dark eyes and dark head means a regular mojave? What would a pastel look like?

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    Re: Mojave or pastave?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lacrilyn View Post
    lol! I didn't mean to confuse anyone with the filters haha. So dark eyes and dark head means a regular mojave? What would a pastel look like?
    Pastave's have more blushing and more of an orangey yellow tone than mojaves, and the pastel can give them lighter/green eyes... But it probably also depends on the quality of the pastel used.

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    A couple of my holdbacks, Pastaves in the rear.

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    Re: Mojave or pastave?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lacrilyn View Post
    http://www.pictaram.com/media/141994...108_3275400806
    Hey guys! I'm a new owner of this little chill ball of amazing. Bought him for $70 in a small family-owned pet store in Virginia while I was visiting with the boyfriend, and this lil guy was with me during the whole nine hour road trip - He even ate as soon as I got home! Anyway, when I bought him, he was only listed as a mojave, but I honestly am not sure. Some say mojave, some say pastave. What do you guys think?
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    Have to agree. Just a Mojave
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