Finally – it’s a girl!

By jilladmin • July 11th, 2010

The first female cria born to us, Isilmë, just delivered a beautiful baby girl of her own on Friday morning. She was at 358 days gestation, with no signs of labor when we left the house at 9:00 AM – but baby Pica (“small spot”) was up, dry and trying to nurse when we got back home at 9:45! It was clearly an uncomplicated delivery, and mom and baby are both doing great. Isilmë is proving to be an excellent mother, as expected.

Pica is soft, fine and lustrous like her two half brothers – she is the third cria sired by our WRSR Peruvian Payday, and we continue to be delighted with what he is producing. Pica is beige with a single dark brown spot on her neck, and weighed 21 pounds at birth. She was running around with the “big” boys right from the get go and has been incredibly active and independent.


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