Just a thought on observation…
I was speaking with Carter Giacobini owner of Carters Cat House (slurl located on the Market Watch Tab) and we discussed the importance of protocols changing to keep update and afresh with the ever changing market prices on all breedables alike.
I think most of us understand it is inevitable to stop the market from slowing down once everyone has breeded and bought most furs, traits etc. We do not want to pay for our stalls as sellers and watch constantly as our breedable animals struggle to sell and get taken home time and time again. Its very deflating after all the hard work and effort we, as breeders, put into trying to create the perfect cat to sell. So a limit has to be put on what is then brought into the Auctions. Hence, especially Auction Houses who have to keep on top of the market and introduce and adapt their requirments when taking in the seller’s breedables for sale. An Auction House needs to be stimulating and energizing, no-one wishes to spend 2 hours looking at starter coats with no traits. Therefore, updating their rules and letting the group know of the new protocols (trait, fur, coat requirements etc) is something that really is a must if you are to keep everything as fresh as it can be until the next update for the breedable animal is out to bump prices up again.
So here here for all those owners that keep the Auction Houses updated and constantly strive to give us the best of the best.
Stay Spirited ;-x