Willow recently produced her first litter for us, sired by Jazz. Being her first it was a small litter but the kittens are really lovely, and of very good size. She has proved to be a really good attentive mother. The kittens have now all moved to their new homes and we look forward to hearing from their new ‘staff ‘.
All booked up now for Willow and Kabuki to compete in various classes at this show at the end of the Month. We thoroughly enjoyed this event last year and are hoping that the girls have a another successful show. As they will be competing against each other in a couple of side classes it will be interesting to see how the judges compare them.
We had a good day out at this show on Saturday with Sweetwillow. She came third in her class, and then picked up two firsts and a third in her side classes.
It was also a great opportunity to catch up with other breeders, including Chris & Allen (Cheham) and to admire their RagaMuffins!
We had a good day out at the show yesterday with both Gus (Kantial Augustus) and Willow (Sonnywood Sweetwillow) doing well in their classes and bringing home a range of rosettes. Gus came 3rd in his Open Class. Willow, who is a really lovely kitten, did very well, winning her Open Class, particularly with this being her first time out on the show bench. Next time she will be competing against other adult cats, so it will be interesting to see how she does then.
4th January 2013
Our recent litter have now all moved on to their new homes.
22nd November 2012
WELCOME TO OUR NEW GIRL, HAPPYTYME DAWNMIST.
Misty has joined us from the Happytyme cattery in Yorkshire, and we are grateful to Louise for entrusting her to us. We hope that she will become a great asset to us, and will enable us to breed tabby patterned kittens again in the future.
Kabuki was taken to her first show this year, the British Ragdoll Cat Club show at Stoneleigh Park. She is still young and has some maturing to do, but we were pleased with her results and the judges’ comments.
Kabuki has just produced her first litter of kittens. We hope that they are as stunning as she is.
“Just a quick update as Barnaby is coming up to his Fourth Birthday. He has grown to be a strikingly handsome cat with a loving personality – he is fully aware of this …. He now has a playmate – A Birman ……… They get on extremely well. He loves playing in the garden, Turkey and Tuna. Hates: Aluminium ladders, water and wheelie bins being moved.”
Sounds like a typical Ragdoll, and we are so pleased to hear that from new and not so new owners! Martina and Alan