A small nailed-shaped flower bud that is dried, and was used in colonial times to cure the toothache, to scent the closet, or to repel moths. Where it grows, near the sea, particularly in Zanzibar, Madagascar, and the West Indies, its sweet, spicy scent can be detected even before land is sighted.
This adorable lady is a carrier of the Baldwin gene, so that while she has life-long fur, she can pass on nakedness to her beautiful babies. And her temperment is as gorgeous as her coloring.
Check out her photos below, and to inquire about adopting from her next litter, click here.