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 Caesarion-Onyx Baby Profiles (2015-C: #14-16)

Baby #14 (Female)

This quiet little lass has four short and one long dorsal chains on her back. Her sides are mostly rich fat crescents, save for one lonely stretched spot on her left.

[i]Birth[/i]
Rockin’ some modern moss headgear....



[i]Two Weeks (First Shed)[/i]



[i]Six Weeks (Second Shed)[/i]

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As of February’s weigh-in, this little gem measured 34 grams.

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Baby #15 (Male)

This little guy has four short dorsal chains on his back. He also has a miniature dorsal near the center of his back. His sides are mostly rich fat crescents, but come with the pattern sampler pack: he has one bulleye, one mini pearl, one merged spot, and one stretched spot on his right; and one bulleye and one merged spot on his left. I was not looking to hold back a male in this litter…but if I do, he is a prime candidate.

[i]Birth[/i]



[i]Two Weeks (First Shed)[/i]



[i]Six Weeks (Portrait)[/i]
This baby shed late….

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[i]Nine Weeks (Second Shed)[/i]



As of February’s weigh-in, this little gem measured 34 grams.

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Baby #16 (Female)

This gorgeous little gal has four short dorsal chains on her back. She has an unusual “alternating” dorsal pattern on her neck. Her sides are mostly generous crescents, with three merged spots on her right and two stretched spots on her left.

[i]Birth[/i]



[i]Two Weeks (First Shed)[/i]



[i]Six Weeks (Second Shed)[/i]

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Top



As of February’s weigh-in, this little gem measured 33 grams.


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