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Sunday, 22 April 2012

Past kittens then and now.

I thought you may like to see some pictures of a couple of our babies from last year. Both are boys who are approaching 11 months of age so still technically kittens. They are both looking fantastic and by all accounts getting quite big. The owners love them and think they have fantastic temperaments. Domino was our favourite of the litter and we were tempted to keep him but being male made it difficult so we kept his sister Dinara instead who will be having her first babies in a month. I am amazed to see how big he has grown he is definately a handsome chap. Efrem was also a another lovely kitten from Dahlia's litter last year, he is so friendly and will greet everyone and fall asleep on their laps. Dahlia is hopefully pregnant and due her babies beginning of june. So here are some pictures of these two as kittens and as they look now, it is amazing to see the change. I was asked if the coats develop as they get older by a kitten owner and I think these two are classic examples of wonderful coats in the breed. Neuter cats also seem to have better coats than breeding cats but the coats do change depending on the seasons so don't expect a big coat all year round as some cats will look quite short in the warmer weather. Efrem.... Male black silver mackerel tabby siberian, 11 months (Dahlia's litter) As a 9 week old kitten...
Now at 11 months old...
Domino... Male blue silver and white spotted tabby siberian, 11 months old (Ellie's Litter) As a 10 week old kitten....
Now at 11 months old...

9 comments:

  1. They both look great! Look at Domino now - handsome boys :) xx

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  2. Thank you Denise, once again I am kicking myself about not keeping Domino :( he is huge according to owner and so handsome x Big thanks go to both owners for looking after them so well!

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  3. There are so many we should have kept. We would be overrun by now :) he is lovely! X

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  4. Oh woooooow, so gorgeous! It's amazing how they change as they grow up. Efrem was such a tiny thing to begin with! Lookit his fluffy tail!
    And Domino! Ohhhh, if I'd been able to have him I would have tried to get him! He's just so stunning with that amazing fluffy ruff!

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  5. Thank you Becca we love all our babies, all beautiful in their own way :)

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  6. these look just like my own 10 week old kitten...especially the 2nd one. i guess he is going to have this long fur. he has lots of extra long randoms all over his body and out his ears like kitten #2. i was wondering if that meant hed be a med or long hair cat

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  7. Possibly medium hair if the cat has long tufts you won't kn

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