Someone said :
The woman who sold them to me was good. She showed me how to tell that they were defo females and had a choice of 4. They are very cute, one of them in particular is very cool. They are well used to being handled so I don't think they'll bite. All good there. I had awful thoughts about a backyard breeder.
But thankfully my babies aren't handicapped, at least from what I can see so far. They've been hiding in their house since they got home but I learned to not really handle them for the first couple of days until they get used to their new surroundings.
Does that happen a lot, with everyone you bring home and asking for a friend?