2016 litter plans

We have some very exciting litter plans for British Shorthair kittens for 2016, with the first due in April 2016  View full details here.

 

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Amiryck Moonlight-Mile (Milo) x Amiryck Serendipity (Seren)
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Amiryck Moonlight-Mile (Milo) x Alejandro Masskara (Kara)

 

Kitten Update

Kara’s kittens at 7 weeks

Seren’s kittens at 6 weeks, 2 days

Kittens

Kara and Seren have both had their kittens now.

Kara has delighted us with 5 colourpointed babies, 2 male and 3 female.

Karas kittens 11 days old

Karas kittens 11 days old

Seren has a beautiful litter of golden, chocolate golden, lilac golden, chocolate and black kittens.

Four of the kittens (black girl missing)

Four of the kittens (black girl missing)

Seren with her kits

Seren with her kits

For details of kittens available please contact us.

5* forever home wanted

Through no fault of their own these two gorgeous cats are looking for their forever home.  They are currently living in Somerset with their owner.  Preferably to go together.

3 year old blue colourpoint British Shorthair and his year old golden/brown spotted daughter.  Both cats are neutered.

Contact me for further details

All grown up

There is nothing better than seeing pictures of kittens that you have bred, happy in their new homes.

Two girls from Sticky and Maddies litter in 2013 went to live “up north” with an alpaca breeder we know. I was blown away when I saw their photos recently, my pretty kittens have turned into beautiful girls, what a fab job Barbara must be doing with them. Thank you Barbara for the photos.

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Angel

Astor

Astor

How Apt!

The last of our 2014 kittens has winged his way to his new home in a car not on a broomstick… Very appropriate that the black kitten should leave on Halloween!  His new owners will have all the cuddles they could want for from this delightful boy, now to be called Salem.

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Amiryck Doctor-Black

 

Opal’s brood

We were devastated to lose Opal’s colourpoint boy at the weekend.  Having got to 4 weeks with the kittens we thought we were pretty much out of the woods.  However, he took a very sudden turn for the worse and slipped away from us very quickly.  The rest of the gang seem to be doing well and are rapidly developing their personalities!

Opal has bounced back very well and is very happy to be in looking after her kittens.  It is good to see her so playful that she won’t let the kittens play with HER toys!

Opal's kittens

Opal’s kittens

Opal's little girl who was 60g at birth

Opal’s little girl who was 60g at birth

Opal with her kittens

Opal with her kittens

Opal, back to her normal self

Opal, back to her normal self

Kitten catch up

We have had a rocky couple of weeks since Opal’s caesarean.  Opal never picked up properly after her surgery and a week later she was admitted to the vets very poorly.  That meant that we had to pick up the baton feeding the kittens, who were a week old.  Opal returned home 5 days later and luckily wanted to be with her kittens still.  We customised a thick pair of tights to cover up a wound she had from a mammary abscess (one of her problems) and she was able to lie with the kittens and even let the kittens suckle from the top two exposed teats.  It has now been 2 weeks since we took on the feeding and the kittens seem to be doing well.  Opal is also pretty much back to normal and enjoying her kittens.

Kizzy’s kittens continue to do well…