A cat of distinction, Siamese in type, but one who has more finesse
It has become time to rehome one or two of our breeding cats. It is not often that they become available, as normally kitten buyers have put their name on them
My husband and I live in Christchurch one of New Zealand’s prettiest cities.
My interest in cats has been a constant in my life since my first cat Patchy a white shorthair domestic. In the beginning I breed Persians under the prefix Tridis and was breeding colour points and the last kitten kept was Tridis Bijoux a blue point who died at the age of 21 years having outlived her mother by 5 years, we then went on to breed the Shaded Silver and Chinchilla Persians.
Warren likes the Siamese type cat in preference so we purchased a chocolate lynx point Siamese who at 19 years is still with us today. We then purchased an Australian import, Jesuis Toyia Mi Suk (aka Suki) a Siamese lilac point carrying the longhair gene. We put her to a Seal point Balinese Trilby Tao and they duly produced our first Balinese and he knew that was the breed for him, so our direction changed somewhat.
Br Dbl Gr Ch BhaliHi Shiminto Mao with a young white female
The addition of Dingbats Carnegie our first Balinese stud gave us a pair of well mannered nice natured cats to base our lines on.
We thank the breeders of these two delightful cats as they formed the foundation of our cattery.
Balinese, Siamese, Javanese and Oriental cats are all intermixable and produce pedigree kittens that can be registered and shown at either New Zealand Cat Fancy or Cats Inc shows throughout NZ.
As I use both Oriental and Siamese in my breeding program I am able to breed all 4 of these type of cats.
Please enjoy viewing the cats on these pages and if you feel you want to add one of these bright intelligent creatures to your home contact us via
Phone 64 3 3528143 or TXT 0272295650
or email: email@example.com
Peace at last
A selection of kittens snoozing in the lounge on a cool day. It has been seen where 9 cats / kittens can be found snuggled up in this one basket, it is known as the layered look. And the body language of those left out gives one the message, it is time to light the fire please purry please.