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1st Female, 1st in litter...... Solid Blue Chest w/Front Flashing
x a smidge back flashing. 2 White toes back left paw x a
smidge white on toes back right paw x front left paw
born 12/2/20 @ 3:43 PM.....1lb 5.8 oz
12/16/20.....3lbs 3 1/2 oz
1/13/21.....11lbs 4 1/2 oz
Crispin lets us know when she is hungry lol otherwise she is still pretty quiet
Crisping seems to have a calm x content side. She is usually pretty calm/chill while with her momma, siblings or one of us humans.....but....but...when she wants something, like her turn at the milk bar or the bottle, she has no problems vocalizing her needs/wants .....so not for sure if she is going to be sassy yet or just informative/talkative lol...we shall see how this develops.
Crispin is loyal to her momma. She seems to have a princess attitude....wants what she wants, when she wants it. Completely chill x content once she has what she wants lol
Our daughter in law has been calling her the cheer captain because Crispin has no problem letting us know what she wants....aka princess ;-)
Also, as per this week photos you can see that she needed a little extra reassurance during the photo shoot....she was not a huge fan of what seemed new to her.....So at the moment, if you are considering Crispin keep in mind she probably need to be socialized well.
Crisp turned into a people person - she Loves to Snuggle on my lap (video on FB) I still consider her to be very loyal because she prefers my lap or her momma. Aside from being a sweet girl, she still likes to talk but not near as much as Storm (lol)
Crispin loves to b on our laps but she is not vocally demanding about it....she just climbs up and lays down - she absolutely Loves to cuddle. She is not as confident as her siblings but is confident in her normal areas - so if you are considering Crispin keep in mind she will need extra reassurance and slow socialization (take her a new place or meet new people occasionally. Not the pet store, friends and/or family all in 1 day - break it up for her, do not over stimulate her with new things - keep it simple)