Boy blue-point (maybe blue-lynx)
Boy lilac-point or lilac-lynx
Girl blue-lynx - stays with us.
Parents: Dam: Valaming Queeny
Sire: Deambarino Jubelito
Zucotto, red/cream lynx, neutered, 10 month old, available.Zucotto is a big energetic boy and will need a companion of the same caliber.
Ciocolatto, seal lynx with a rare pedigree in the background of old german lines from his grandfather. I would like to see him as a future stud in a small cattery which does not cage the studs, kittens and queens. You won't find any cages in our home. He is 10 month old and has a good profile and perfect markings. Eye color medium. In my opinion he is just perfect standard. He can also go as a pet with the right parents. He is a very snuggly and relaxed little boy.
If you are interested in our babies, please make yourself familiar with our breeding philosophy through my website. PRIOR to any inquiry, please make also sure to visit my Page Kitteninfo
As a reminder: If you are considering a Birman from us, you will need to have a "FELINE" cat companion in your home, unless you are considering two kittens/cats from us. THIS IS NOT NEGOTIABLE !
Visits are made by appointment to approved parties only, who are interested in one of the Birman kittens or Birman Cats listed as available on this page. No persons are allowed to browse our cattery unless they have a serious interest in one of our kittens.
Should you consider a kitten boy or a kitten girl? As a general rule of thumb, boys do tend on the whole to be more cuddly and affectionate than girls, although they are of course, all individuals, so it varies from cat to cat.
If you already have a female cat, it is safest to choose a male kitten/cat as sometimes a female will object to another female invading her territory, and this may cause ongoing dramas.