Song gave birth to 4 lovely kittens on Armistace Day. 11/11/17
A boy was born during the two minutes silence.
We have a brown ticked male, a black Grizzled male and two black Grizzled females.
We have high hopes for these stunning kittens, hoping for some show stoppers. Black Grizzled boy is on hold as is one of the females.
If you would like to reserve one of these special kittens please contact me as soon as possible.
Brown ticked male Available
Black Grizzled male On Hold
Black Grizzled female On Hold
Black Grizzled female Available
Exciting news. Anubis and Song are due a litter in November this year. No promises but the signs are good so far.
Anubis has settled in very well and is enjoying lots of fuss.
I am planning to put Tut with Sally in the next month or so with the aim of getting (hopefully) those ear tufts that come from his pixie bob ancestors.
We have a couple of extra special Bengal girls available at present. Have a look at www.softspotbengals.co.uk if your interested.
Many thanks to Jo Milnes of Sonnenblume, for allowing Anubis to join our Chausie breeding program. We look forward to some gorgeous kittens in the near future.
After much searching, we have finally been able to source a stunning boy to add to our breeding programme. He will be joining us later this month. The 2 girls are eagerly awaiting his arrival, but his rival Tut is not looking forward to it.
Watch this space….. once all the details have been finalised, we will post pics etc.
Next weekend is the TICA regional show at Bracknell. We had intended to take Desert Song along to represent our Chausies, but unfortunately she has a neck injury following a disagreement with her sister (minor scratch) which she scratched and has removed a large patch of fur from under her chin. This is now improving – following vets, 2 injections, honey and propolis topically. Ive tried various ways of stopping her scratching but none have worked. A head collar rubs on the wound, sleeves roll down and adhesives won’t stick.
Sally AKA Summat t tak boot, has after 9 weeks of anxious waiting produced nothing? it turns out that this was a phantom pregnancy! She is now trying very hard to mother anything that moves. Hopefully she will have settled down in a few weeks and we can try again with the new boy.