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When I adopted Prue almost two months ago I was told that she is a grey high snowflake by the breeder. I don't really understand what this means:lol:

So here is a picture of Prudence. My first question is if that is actually her colour. If so, what about her makes her "grey" and what is the definition of "high snowflake".

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Can you take closer pictures of her face and quills?

When someone says a grey high snowflake it means the colour of the hedgehog is grey and the pattern is snowflake. High snowflake isn't a proper hedgehog colour term but it used by some to mean there is a lot of white quills. To be considered a snowflake a hedgehog's quills have to be at least 30% white with no banding at all.
 
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