Last year we mated Pascali to George’s son, Walter. These are two of the litter – red classic tabby and white, and red shaded and white. The red tabby is looking very like Grandad George. These two boys are just one year old, and showing how differently MC coats can develop, but wow, what muzzles and ear set. We look forward to seeing what the current mating to George will bring!
Apologies for no recent kitten updates. It is our club show next weekend and Ive been getting everything ready for it. It is at Garth Hill College, Bracknell, RG42 2AD for those who would like to visit on saturday 5th. Public entry from 1pm. After which, photo updates will continue.
However, Lalique is now more than ready to find her new home. She is a lovely affectionate girl, slightly shy until she gets to know you, but once she does you will have her with you everywhere! She is a beautiful green-eyed, very red tortie tabby, and her birthday is next month so she will be 3. The photo shows her in full coat. (She loves being groomed, so you wont have any problems with that massive coat), but at present she is in a shorter summer coat.
If you would be interested, please do get in touch. It would be far better for her to be in a loving pet home (ideally as the only pet), where she can have the attention she craves.
She is neutered, will be boostered prior to leaving, and is a very healthy lass. There will be a charge for homing of £250.
Finally – kitten news! We have recently mated Pascali to George, and although too early to confirm yet, we hope for kittens mid-november. This will be a totally red litter – could be tabbies, red silver tabby, red smoke, and red solid and shaded – that will be fun, sorting out that lot!!
Updates will be posted once we have more news on her progress. As always, people on my kitten list who get in touch after the birth announcement will be given priority for optioning kittens.
We attended the Maine Coon Cat Club show yesterday (7th) and took three of our own cats with us. There were lots of cats we had bred in competition too, and it was lovely to see them all.
We had a simply amazing day!
Kittens owned by Jacky Huddleston and Michelle Huddleston (Phoenix, Alleria and Shandris) all were placed 1st and also BOB and had red card days (all first places). Alleria went on to be Best Female kitten in the whole show which for one so young was amazing!
Izzy was awarded the Olympian certificate (her third) and also BOB and red card day. It wasnt Satchmo’s day as he was 3rd in the Olympian, but his sister had a rather better day – Awarded her third Imperial certificate, BOB, red card day, she was made Best in Show female adult, and then beat the boy to be Best Adult! This was her first show after having kittens on New Years Day so we were really happy with her success.
Huge thank you to Carole Morrison Jackson who kindly took the photos.