After his recent shows, where he was 4th then Reserve, yesterday, Satchmo was awarded his first Olympian certificate! As this is the top class, against some truly stunning cats, of every breed, I was just so proud of him. He also got Best of Breed.
Peggy also did us proud, gaining the CC in both shows, together with Best of Breed too, against a beautiful older girl. This now makes her a Champion, so we are giving her a rest to mature a bit before bringing her out to compete for the Grand Champion title.
This little chap has unexpectedly become available. He is now 9 weeks old and has had his first vaccinations and health check (passed with flying colours) and can be visited by prospective new owners. Brown classic tabby with white. Pet home only.
He would be ready to leave us around 5th July. If interested, please contact via email in the first instance ( email@example.com)
We took two cats for their first attempts today – Satchmo at the Olympian class, where he was up against the very best of every other breed, and he was placed fourth out of ten, which at only 21 months is pretty good going and we were really pleased. He was also awarded Best of Breed, and a first and third in large side classes.
Peggy at just over 9 months was in the adult class for the first time, and was beaten by a beautiful import tortie, who was much more mature, but held her own in second place, again, we were very pleased with her, and with her first and second placings in her side classes. We are hoping she will do very well indeed as she grows up.
Poppy has five kittens. One girl, and four boys. It is a little early to decide which of the boys are smokes for certain, so colours may change. The girl is under assessment and not available at present.
As always, people expressing an interest will be noted, and those already on our kitten list will be given preference. If interested, please do contact via email in the first instance.
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.