Violet gave birth to five lovely kittens on August 1st, 2023. They are a couple of weeks younger than Tiger Lily’s kids, so they are still in the process of figuring out solid food and the litter box. They are growing like weeds and are VERY active.
Logan, the father, had no comment, possibly slowly realizing that he has multiple paternity suites coming his way. (He planned to blame it on Buster until we explained that he is no longer equipped to make babies).
The three boys in this litter that are reserved, but the two girls are still available. If you are interested in a girl, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us a bit about yourself and why a girl kitten might be a good fit for you, and we’ll send you the online application.
The theme for this litter is places in Switzerland, because we spent a lovely two weeks there visiting Marie’s sister this summer. That’s one of the reasons we haven’t had many litters so far this year. We had to plan things so that kittens weren’t born or weaning while we were away, so we timed it so that no kittens would be born sooner than a week after our return.
Bergtrotte Osterfingen (girl)
Brocki (boy) reserved
Stein am Rhein (boy) reserved
Kartause Ittingen (boy) reserved
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Tiger Lily gave birth to four beautiful kittens on July 17th, 2023. Logan is a first-time father and is happy to confirm that he is, indeed, a fertile turtle. The kittens are doing amazingly. They are playing, climbing, eating solid food, and learned to use the litter box without a hitch.
This started out as very quiet litter, so we decided to name them after famous mimes. Chaplin (the boy) is reserved, but there are still three girls available. If you are interested in a girl, please send an email to email@example.com to tell us a bit about yourself and why a girl kitten might be a good fit for you, and we’ll send you the online application.
A lot of people prefer boys to girls because they want that big Maine Coon presence, but girls have a lot going for them! Girls still get pretty big (about 2/3-3/4 the size of a boy) and in our experience they tend to be smarter and more focused on their person (whereas boys are more generally gregarious). We’ve also found that girls seem more likely to become lap cats.
Lorene Yarnell (girl)
Lenka Pichlíková-Burke (girl)
Charlie Chaplin (boy) reserved
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UPDATE: We believe we have found a home for Fezzik. Thank you!
Fezzik is available! At three years old he has retired from breeding and is ready to be a pet in his forever home.
We love him to pieces and he is chill with our other cats, but we can only keep so many of our retired cats as pets without making it too crowded and making sure everyone gets the attention they deserve.
And Fezzik loves attention! If you go away for a few days he will shower you with love when you return. And we mean “shower” literally, because he will drool all over you out of excitement. (Don’t worry, if Fez gets regular attention and love, the day-to-day experience isn’t all that moist).
Fezzik is a big, strong boy, so you should be physically capable of handling him (or have a partner to assist) when you brush him or clip his claws.
If you are interested in Fezzik, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us a bit about yourself and why he might be a good fit for you, and we’ll send you the online application.
Latest Cardiac Evaluation
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Out boy Logan has earned his TICA title as a Quadruple Grand Champion just in time for him to romance some of our girls. It could be that they were impressed by his title, but we think it was his good looks and charming personality.
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Starry Night gave birth to three beautiful kittens the evening of February 13th. That’s close enough to use a Valentine/Love theme for their temporary names.
They are curious, playful, and a little feisty. They are also very smart! (Of course, our opinion on how smart they are is strongly influenced by how quickly they master the litter box. People talk a lot about emotional intelligence, but don’t discount the importance of poop intelligence).
All of these kittens are reserved.
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Do I know you?
Buster and his grandson, Smile, look like Dr. Evil and Mini-Me, except that Buster isn’t evil. Usually.
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“Why did you wake us?”
Tiger Lily’s kittens were napping in my seat when I wanted to sit down for lunch, so I had wake them.
They were not pleased with me.
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It’s another Weekend in New England, and Loa’s kittens are doing great. Even Now, after a tiring photography session they are as rambunctious as ever, and It’s a Miracle that we got any good pictures at all. Fezzik, the father, is Ready to Take a Chance Again with Lola, but this is her last litter and she is not interested in Tryin’ to Get the Feeling Again. Sure, she’s a Flashy Lady and once they sang with One Voice, but now he’s just Some Kind of Friend.
Lola was named after the character in the song “Copacabana” (Her name was Lola, she was a show cat). We thought it only fitting that her last litter be named after some Barry Manilow songs (which may also explain that first paragraph if you haven’t figured it out already).
All of these kittens are reserved.
I Can’t Smile Without You (boy) – Smile for short
I Write the Songs (boy) – Songs for short
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Lilly’s kittens are doing great! They’re eating solid food and easily mastered the litter box. Early on they did some amazing stunts that led to questions like, “How did they get a turd THERE?” Thankfully, they’ve settled into a more normal location.
The kittens were born on a windy night, so we decided name them after winds from around the world. True to their names, you can almost feel the breeze as they zoom around the room.
The smallest of the litter, Briza, is thriving. She isn’t as big as the boys, but that’s normal for a girl.
All of these kittens are reserved.
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UPDATE: Clyde will be moving to his forever home soon!
Clyde is two years old, but despite our best efforts he never became interested in girls. We decided to have him neutered so he can retire to his forever home.
He likes to play rough, so we think the best fit for him will be a home without children or other pets. Clyde is a love muffin and will happily cuddle with you on the bed, but he also doesn’t know his own strength if he is overstimulated or wants something from you.
If you are interested in Clyde, please send an email to email@example.com to tell us a bit about yourself and why Clyde might be a good fit for you, and we’ll send you the online application.
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