Just a quick update. Last night, Poppy gave birth to 6 babies. 5 boys, one girl. The girl is a brightly coloured solid tortie and white, the boys are mostly black and white, some look to be black smoke and white, and one tabby – but too soon to tell if silver or brown.
The girl in this litter, and the one in Lalique’s are both under assessment for now. Anyone interested in any of the boys should contact by email in the first place. Preference will be given to those already on our waiting list for options.
Photos to follow.
Most of Jazz’s kittens have now left us for their last homes. The last chap goes on his travels to Jersey this coming weekend.
Lalique took us by surprise, and had her kittens a little early – 7 of them! They were born on Friday 5th so are now a week old. We don’t intend to start noting interest just yet, as at this stage, and being a little early, they are still very fragile (though quickly gaining weight). Once we know for sure what we have, and that all are doing well, we will post details and photos. (Most likely next weekend). People already on our kitten list will of course, be given preference, but don’t forget to let us know of your interest. Poppy doesnt look to be carrying many kittens, and she is due next week, so we will also list hers once we know more.
We currently have no available kittens.
Our next litters are expected on or around 7th and 18th April. (Lalique and Poppy, both to George). We have a long waiting list, but should kittens from these litters become available, notice of availability will be posted here.
Further litters hopefully will follow.
We can confirm that Lalique is expecting to George, kittens due around April 7th. Izzy is keeping us geussing, there are some signs she is pregnant, but nothing definite as yet, we will know for sure soon, as if she is, her kittens are due around April 1/2nd.
Poppy may also be expecting kittens, to George, and if she is pregnant, will be due around 18th April.
Whilst we welcome phone calls from people interested in looking for a kitten or cat, at sensible hours, receiving an automated message at 5.20 am is guaranteed to put you straight onto our blacklist!
It has been a long time since George came out (as a UK IMP GRCH he hardly needs to prove anything!) but he is looking so wonderful at the moment we couldnt risk trying him in the OLYMPIAN class. This is against the VERY best cats, across all the different breeds and is notoriously hard to do well in. George has already received one certificate at this level, but I took him thinking I would be happy if he were to be placed. He had a wonderful day, in both shows he was placed in the OLY class, (5th and 6th) and also got Best of Breed, and in his side classes had 3 firsts and one second in big classes, so we were happy. He as usual, behaved brilliantly and was an excellent ambassador for the breed, welcoming attention from visitors. Photos will follow later.