Our photos have been admired and we are Seal point! Not Blue, not Chocolate, but Seal. Just like mummy (Saffi), grandmummy (Cara) and great grand daddy (Monty).
Cara went to a new home at the weekend, and seems to be settling in very well and giving her new slaves a great deal of pleasure. She is unruffled by their other cat (an Apricot-point Siamese) and is playful and affectionate, and I heard that she was all over their daughter when she visited.
So, though it’s so very sad to see Cara go, she has a wonderful new home where she can be happy and relaxed and that is best for her.
Cara is the big momma of the Amun cats. Last time she had kittens she had to have a Cesarean, and was neutered at the same time. Although she adores Mowgli and gets on with Tod and Blue, she cannot tolerate the other girls, and sadly the best thing for all of them would be a new home for Cara, as an only cat.
If you are interested, please contact me.
The little boy has a home and will be called Willow.
The little boy needs a home! He was 6 weeks old yesterday (8th November) so will be ready just before Christmas, on the 22nd December. And, to the *right* home, it might be possible to take Cara with him. Contact me if you are interest in him or him and her.
The little girl is staying here as Amun Queen Isis and God willing she will make the grade as a breeding queen.
Barbara sent me these lovely pictures taken by her daughter Sarah. As you can see the kittens are doing really, really well. She has a boy and a girl – I think the yawning kitten is the boy and the one being very cute is the girl, but I’m not 100% sure!
Cara’s two kittens seem to be doing really well. They are plump, active when they are awake and the smaller one in particular seems to be getting very interested in the wider world – well at least the bit of it that feeds Cara and strokes it!
They were two weeks old on Tuesday 12th October, the day before this photo was taken.