Cool! Thanks for the reply. For some reason I thought that "top coat" and "undercoat" meant the undercoat was a layer of fur under the top fur.... both on top of the same area of skin (if that makes sense) instead of the incredibly obvious "the top coat is on the top of the animal and undercoat is on its sides and belly" etc. Thanks re her good looks, she's a keeper.
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