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    Well learn something everyday I did not know the masks had different names!

    Rizpah is so adorable and already has that "mom I am sleeping enough with the camera" look!
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    More. Pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zxzm83 View Post
    More. Pictures.
    Lolol! I can't believe we didn't take many pictures today! But, it was still a very significant day - yes, it's only been about 48 hours, but I think she's starting to recognize her name and "no"...! She went to the "beauty salon" with Malachi to get her razer nails addressed (and to be handled by/get familiar with a salon professional!)...she was done first, so the owner put her in a big crate (like the ones for Great Danes - the BIG ones) and then did Malachi. While she was cleaning the tub after Mal, she said instead of exploring like he usually does, he just went and sat next to Rizpah in her crate...yeeeee!!!!! So, he's pretty much frazzled by her at home, but he still knows she's his kid sister and is looking out for her!!!!

    Anyway, Zxzm83 - here she is, taking the hard snooze once we got back from the "spa"...





    Oh, oh!!! Huge moment...Malachi just let Rizpah creep into his sofa with him! She's being so careful to not be a bother, it's so cute!!!

    Mianna, Malachi and now Rizpah, too!


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    Awww! They are looking like best friends already!!! So cute....
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    They lighten up a bit as they grow, she looks darkish morrison to me :)

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    Mask? Who cares - she's adorable!
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    I've been curious about the differences in masks, and now I know! :D

    At what age do their masks typically quit changing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smurfette View Post

    At what age do their masks typically quit changing?
    I think they change a bit all their lives. As soon as the black/fawn ratio has sorted itself out, they slowly start going grey!
    Mine seemed to have her 'adult' mask more or less at eight months or so. Before that she was darker.

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