Occitane des Cergilles
Owner: Maryline Guillier, France
Honey Cream Female
A very sweet-looking girl with awesome whiskers and gorgeous dark almond eyes. Base color is a tad dark for Honey Cream, but white areas are a crisp, clean white. The side view is unfortunately washed out by the lighting; a top view would have been very handy here. Good thick tail but without much tuft. Coat looks soft and well-prepared for show.
Telperien of Waterfield
Owner: Rumiko Küllsen, Jevenstedt, Germany
Honey Cream Spot Female
This is an interesting gerbil, as we so rarely see Spotted DEH rather than Honey Cream. The traditional Classic Spot pattern is clearly visible on a honey (rather than peach) base coat, with dark whiskers alongside the white. There is quite a bit of white flecking mixed in the colored areas, and she lacks the ticking called for in a DEH. She is quite bulky for a female, and could stand to slim down a bit. The tail is good, but lacking in tuft. Head is short and broad, with pretty almond eyes.
Owner: Donna Anastasi, Massachusetts, USA
Spotted Agouti Female
A petite girl with a somewhat narrow head. Warm golden Agouti color with a nice crisp line of demarcation. A molt line is visible on her back, and the edges of her neck spot are just slightly ragged. Tail is a bit bendy, without much tuft.
Owner: Christin Ickler, Rostock, Germany
Lt. Nutmeg Spot Male
This male needs more bulk. He has a nice diamond-shaped head spot, but a sprawling neck spot with feathered edges. A few molt lines are visible, and there is some major fur loss on the tail. Head is a good shape, but eyes are very round. He's managed to keep a nice rich Nutmeg color despite the spotting.
Owner: Alexandra Beslay, Seine Maritime, France
Silver Nutmeg Spot Male
This is a very slim male, with a long, "ratty" head and round eyes. Spots are small and well-placed. He's quite light for a Silver Nutmeg, and a molt line is visible across the shoulders.