I often get bored with fawn katmogets as any regular reader knows. They are born, I forget about them, and then evaluate in September/October. That’s usually when I wonder where they have been all summer and how they ended up that nice. That is true of this girl. This is Meera Reed out of Mustang Sally and Mr. Darcy. Quite frankly, I expect lambs from sheep like that to be exceptionally nice, but it’s still a treat when it happens. We are now several generations removed from our first attempts at fine Shetlands, and we should be seeing quality like this fairly routinely (and we are).