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    Question A Dark Factor?

    Do you guys think that Joey could have a dark factor? I'm so anxious and was trying to get an idea of what the babies will be so I was looking at pictures online and found one of a WFB with 1 violet and 1 dark factor and it looked just like Joey.



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    Re: A Dark Factor?

    Hard to say, birdy is a double dark factor and he looks so pretty . I hope you can get some that look like that.

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