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Super Fussy Tail? New? - GiGi Burgess - 03-02-2019 07:58 PM

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(03-02-2019 07:58 PM)GiGi Burgess Wrote:  [Image: 6ec4d51fd425b6379db4ea143fdb71a7.png]



RE: Super Fussy Tail? New? - Ivy Norsk - 03-02-2019 08:34 PM

Grats on the new tail!
I think we kind of expected a new tail with the retirement of boo boo. Interesting to get it right off the bat.


RE: Super Fussy Tail? New? - Arwen Swordthain - 03-03-2019 03:16 AM

Congrats and looks like it might be dominant to Super Posh, possibly Lush. And whisker colour to investigate further as well


RE: Super Fussy Tail? New? - ReecePie Resident - 03-03-2019 08:44 PM

I just got the new tail as well : ReecePie's 'KittyCatS Box - New Born Kitten'

New Born Kitten

Fur: Genesis - Ginger II
Eyes: Genesis Bronze (Shape: Curious | Pupil: Big)
Shade: Natural
Tail: Super Fussy
Ears: Genesis
Whiskers: Silver (Shape: Guitar)
Size: Normal

opps forgot the Pedigree: sorry not sure how to do the image thingy https://kittycats.ws/p.php?a244d975-d349221-67510


RE: Super Fussy Tail? New? - MsMagick Resident - 03-03-2019 08:56 PM

I also got it. I'm confident saying it's dominant to Super Posh. There isn't any Sashay in this line.

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RE: Super Fussy Tail? New? - Arwen Swordthain - 03-04-2019 02:20 AM

Thats great MsMagick, hopefully someone will pull it back out so we have a definitive proof, unfortunately, although I believe you when you say theres no Sashay, the charts can't be updated without proof of purity or pulling the hid but its a great starting point for people looking to pull the tail Smile


RE: Super Fussy Tail? New? - MsMagick Resident - 03-04-2019 08:10 PM

(03-04-2019 02:20 AM)Arwen Swordthain Wrote:  Thats great MsMagick, hopefully someone will pull it back out so we have a definitive proof, unfortunately, although I believe you when you say theres no Sashay, the charts can't be updated without proof of purity or pulling the hid but its a great starting point for people looking to pull the tail Smile

I have been breeding that line since around the time Sashay was discovered, if not before, but I understand regarding the official charts. I did get a second Super Fussy, also with Super Posh - same situation.

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RE: Super Fussy Tail? New? - Eleanor8 Resident - 03-06-2019 09:43 PM

Congrats on the discovery of the new tail.


RE: Super Fussy Tail? New? - Eleanor8 Resident - 03-11-2019 02:35 PM

Super Fussy tail is recessive to Fluffy tail.

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RE: Super Fussy Tail? New? - Ivy Norsk - 03-11-2019 07:17 PM

Thank you Eleanor.
This is kind of 2 proofs in one.. let me go over the pedigree:
In the first pedigree we see Damon the 8th Birthday Boy is hiding the Super Fussy. Note that it is pulled by the Sashay which is the most recessive known tail on the grid.
In the second pedigree we can see Damon with a different mate, who has Fluffy tail, and the Fluffy is shown on the kitten. Damon must have thrown his hidden, and the Fluffy covers/is dominant to the hidden tail which we know to be Super Fussy.

The first pedigree effectively proves that SuperFussy is dominant to Sashay. Nothing can hide under a most-recessive by definition.
We enter into the realm of protocols: it would be nice to have two Super Fussys mated and throw a double recessive and show the hidden Sashay. We're talking about technicalities here.