Our Irish litter and Sydney’s one little colorpoint boy have gone to their new home. Reports are that all is going well and everyone is happy. I have new kittens born in the last few weeks. My girls seem to be going for quality, not quantity – and that is how it is some years. Upside is that I get lots of time to play with the babies. 🙂
I have a stunning retired (from breeding although he never did sire a litter) boy that is available for adoption. He is such a love, in fact I had to remove him from my office because he was just helping me too much. He wants to be on my lap, and give me hugs, and help me type, and get his ball so I can throw it for him…But he is a love. I am sad to let him go to a new home but he really wants the extra attention that I do not have the time to give him with little babies in the house. If you are interested in the best boy of all times, please let me know. He is $600 and is about 4 years old – although I have to check his actual birthday. Of course, he is neutered, up to date on his shots, and has perfect litterbox manners.
America’s Finest Felines and Purr Pourri of Kats
- Orange County Fair and Event Center
88 Fair Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 93277
Held in conjunction with the America’s Family Pet Expo, Orange County.
This is a great opportunity to visit cat breeders and learn about the different breeds of cats. You can watch the cats being judged and the judges and exhibitors are always gracious about explaining what is going on and answering you questions. Please remember to always ask permission to pet a cat. Exhibitors are very health conscious and realize that many people have been petting the many rescues that are available for adoption and the exhibitors are conscientious about not spreading any germs.
Yep, these little guys made their appearance on St. Patrick’s Day. As soon as I am fairly sure of their sex and pattern, I will put little collars on them and post their individual pictures.
Dreamfinder Camellia of Creekcats (Cammy) at her second kitten show. She is 6 months old in this picture and is not sure she is that happy being there. She has since warmed up to being a show cat and although it is not her favorite thing, she does well and is a good girl.
Update: Cammy is now CH Dreamfinder Camellia of Creekcats. Way to go earning your Champion Title, Cammy!!!
This is where we’ll be posting news on upcoming litters, available cats and kittens, and shows we’ll be attending!