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    Do they wear snoods when they eat? That's the only way I can think that they would sit for a picture like that without trying to get at those cute headbands. Micah is so cute. Does he have any tan on him? He's so sweet looking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Love my Cavaliers View Post
    Do they wear snoods when they eat? That's the only way I can think that they would sit for a picture like that without trying to get at those cute headbands. Micah is so cute. Does he have any tan on him? He's so sweet looking.
    Ah...you figured out my secret!! Yes, they wear snoods when they eat so they are used to having things on their heads. Micah figured out the snood in no time at all. He dips his little head into his snood and pops back in his crate ready for his meal. No, he has no tan on him at all. He came from a litter of 6....two like him, two almost all black with a little white and two marked tris. He's such a cutie, we're just loving him so much.
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    Micah does have a look on his face like, "What did I get myself into with this home and wearing funny things on my head?"
    Charleen and Cav's: Pippin (ruby male), Merry (b&t female), Luke (blenheim male) & Jolly (tri male puppy)

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    Sorry to be thick but he is pure cavalier not cross I mean? I just found it fascinating that he doesn't have the tan Ive never seen that before and he looks so so lovely he is so unique! Sending hugs! xxx

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    Originally this was an accepted colour in Cavaliers, and it does still turn up occasionally.


    as they are rescues it is hard to know the parentage...but as we can see Micah is just gorgeous and that is all that matters
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicki View Post
    Originally this was an accepted colour in Cavaliers, and it does still turn up occasionally.


    as they are rescues it is hard to know the parentage...but as we can see Micah is just gorgeous and that is all that matters
    And we're just loving him to bits....he is such a fun little puppy.

    The rescue gal actually saw the whole litter...there were two like him, two that were mostly black with a little white and two fully marked tris. Mom was a b&t and dad a tri.

    I had decided my next Cavalier would be a beautifully marked tri from a great breeder fitting as closer to standard as possible.....Man plans, God laughs Little Micah landed at our doorstep as a fostering project .... and he's here to stay.
    Cathy
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