August 24, 2018

Pascali's kittens at 7 weeks.

It has been an interesting week!  Kittens are rapidly growing now.  We have noticed something on the brightly coloured tortie that shouldnt be there – she is a he!  This is not totally unknown, but technically cant happen as the red colour travels on the X chromosome.  With a red mother (two red X genes) and a brown tabby father (no red) all girls have to be tortie of some sort.  Boys will all be red of some kind.  But this little girl definitely looks to be a male!  He/she is already reserved, and thankfully the new owner is happy either way.

Please note:  There are more than one photo of each kitten.  All kittens are now optioned, or reserved.  If this should change and any become available, we will make a note on here.

proof of unusual male tortie.
proof of unusual male tortie.
Tortie smoke and white boy. RESERVED.
Tortie smoke and white boy. RESERVED for Jennifer.
Red and white male. POSSIBLY AVAILABLE.
Red and white male. OPTIONED for Gregor
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Red silver tabby with white male. Optioned to Andrew and Kate
Tortie smoke and white girl - STAYING
Tortie smoke and white girl – STAYING
Tortie smoke and white girl - STAYING.
Tortie smoke and white girl – STAYING.

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so hard to tell these two apart!
so hard to tell these two apart!
Two red smoke and white males. One of these will be AVAILABLE.
Two red smoke and white males. One on right is RESERVED for Julie.  One on left is OPTIONED for Zoe.
Red silver tabby with white male. AVAILABLE
Red silver tabby with white male. OPTIONED to Andrew and Kate