Male Midget Whites with female Bourbon Reds? We ended up with 2 male MWs, 2 male BRs, and 3 female BRs and are thinking ahead to this holiday season's possibilities. Since we don't have a breeding pair of MWs, I was thinking they might be chosen to come to dinner as our guests of honor. Then again, there are just two of us, and if we wait a year to invite the BR boys to dinner, they will be huge. Everyone ranges together for the most part, but when they do split apart for a little while, the whites tend to stick together and the reds tend to do the same thing. (Sometimes they split along gender lines for a bit, too.) And the 2 white males tend to display and do their dominance thing mostly with each other, as do the 2 reds. I am kind of surprised that they know which "group" they "belong to," but they seem to. There hasn't been any mating so far, at least that I know of. Are the BR females going to prefer the male reds? If we kept the MW's till next year, would the BR girls take a fancy to them and accept them as mates?