Sticky: Permanent Home Required For 2 Older Cats

Brindle and Sheba

These 2 girls are looking for a loving permanent home together.   Brindle is a brown tortie Burmese aged 10 and a half, Sheba is a brown tabby domestic shorthair of uncertain age (thought to be 10+).  Indoor home preferred although the girls would also be OK with access to a safe outdoor area.  They are not used to having freedom to roam,  so definitely nowhere near a road.   Please see the  Burmese Cat Club website  for more information.

NB Insurance cover will be available for these cats when rehomed.


Please email me or telephone 01777 249075 if you can help.



New Kittens – September 2014

We have Asian kittens

Sophie’s first litter since 2011 arrived on August 28th.  She has 3 boys and 1 girl.   The boys are:  a black self Tiffanie, a brown ticked tabby, and a black silver Burmilla.  The girl is a brown silver Burmilla (although I have a slight suspicion she could be a Tiffanie!)

Dad is Hugo (Daylight Elrond of Vervain) – black silver Burmilla

Cherry (lilac Burmese) gave birth on September 15th –  she had 2 kittens but sadly one was dead.  The remaining kitten is a brown smoke boy (or possibly a brown variant).  I haven’t yet managed to get a decent picture of him, sorry.

A Slight Accident….

Finally,  my Ocicat Classic girl Zelda produced 5 healthy kittens on September 8th, and guess what,  Hugo did the honours again….he had quite a good time during June!  (he is now in his outdoor accommodation).  So, although this was not a planned mating, it is still potentially useful for anyone wanting to breed Asian Classic or Spotted Tabbies, because the kittens all carry the correct genes.  There are 4 black ticked tabbies (2 girls, 1 boy) and 1 black silver ticked tabby girl.  All of them have tiny spots (“trout spotting”).  They will look quite stunning when their pattern is fully developed.

The coloured “collars” are stretchy ponytail bands  – essential for telling the kittens apart!

I’ll allow potential owners to visit and meet the kittens from around mid-October, so please do get in touch if you’re interested.  I’ve had several enquiries already.

Contact me by email or call 01777 249075.



Ocicat kitten still available

Ocicat kitten – Vervain Dingbat

Dingbat is the largest of the litter, a gorgeous chocolate spotted boy who is very lively and affectionate.  He will make a great pet and/or possible show neuter.  He’s neutered, microchipped, fully vaccinated and GCCF registered.  Please contact me on 01777 249075 or email if you’d like to meet him!

Vervain Dingbat - chocolate Ocicat kitten

New Ocicat Kittens

4 Ocicat Kittens born August 10th 2012

Zelda, tawny Ocicat Classic, produced a perfect litter of 4 during the afternoon of August 10th.  Her due date was actually the 12th so I wasn’t expecting them to arrive so early, and consequently missed the whole thing! However, lilac Burmese Cherry was on hand to help out and by the time I found them,  all the kittens were clean and suckling nicely :)

Dad is Ch Aalspotz Levi (Blue Ocicat)

We have the following kittens:

  • Black silver Ocicat Classic boy
  • Chocolate Ocicat boy
  • Chocolate Ocicat Classic girl
  • Chocolate Ocicat girl

I’ve posted photos and a video of the Ocicat kittens on my Facebook page and will get some new pics on here soon.

You’re welcome to contact me for more information.

Home Needed for Ocicat Classic Kitten

Just one kitten still needing a home! He is a blue Ocicat Classic, the biggest of the litter. A very friendly purry boy, and very handsome  as you can see below:

Vervain Sirion, blue Ocicat Classic

There are more pictures on my Facebook page.

I finally decided on names for the Ocicats last weekend,  and chose the theme “Rivers of Middle-Earth“.  So this boy is Sirion, and we also have Baranduin, Bruinen, Teiglin and Kibil-Nala.   I still need to choose names for the Burmese kittens, or at least 2 of them. (the girl who’s staying with me, and her sister who is to be a potential breeding queen).  The Burmese will be registered with TICA as GCCF registration isn’t possible due to their sire being an import.  (Don’t ask!)

If you’re interested in offering a home to Sirion, please get in touch.  He will be ready to go by the 4th week of February.   He, and all of the kittens, will be fully vaccinated, microchipped, neutered and insured for 4 weeks with Petplan.