A haggis well suited to its location, like Glaswegians the Cracker is also gregarious and welcoming to other haggis.
Those seeing a large bourach of Crackers often remark on how well they seem to get on together. Their behaviour being somewhat like that of a Meerkat family, the young well tended by “parent” sitters and shown the rudiments of how to survive as a haggis while the rest of the bourach go about their daily tasks of feeding.
Adult Crackers will sit for hours grooming each other, this helps to solidify the bonds between the group. Small piles of “litter” comprising of leaves and other debris can always be found near a bourach, this will point to a favourite grooming spot.