Queens

Psylocke relaxes in the kitchen

Psylocke relaxes in the kitchen

CH Psylocke

Psylocke, our first new queen after moving our cattery down to Orange, CA, comes to us from our friends at Basilic Blessing cattery in Milwaukee, WI. Still young, she is full of energy and a little mischief, but is super affectionate and has been a great companion to our young sons. Her torbie color promises a great array of colors -- we can't wait to meet her first litter of kittens!

Sires

Summertime Lion-Cut Colossus

Summertime Lion-Cut Colossus

CH Colossus

Colossus (registered "Boris Sineglaziy Angel") hails from Moscow, courtesy of our friends at Sineglazka Siberian Cats. Having reached adulthood, he is a strong and solid cat, and his pairing with Storm has resulted in some absolutely wonderful kittens! He has retained his youthful exuberance and is always willing to play. He is very affectionate, and purrs as soon as you pick him up. Colossus seems to think of (our neuter) Attis as a big brother, and always wants to do what he's doing, eat what he's eating, and sit where he's sitting.

Retired Breeders

Storm with her show ribbons

Storm with some of her show ribbons

CH Storm

Storm is our current queen; she is a silver mackerel tabby with white and was born on 22 February, 2006. She has a nurturing, motherly personality and is extremely affectionate. Like other Siberians, she is very intelligent. She is as curious as she is playful, and her speed and agility are enough to send both of our larger males running despite their size advantage. She absolutely loves artichoke.

Phoenix rests after her first weekend at home

Phoenix rests after her first weekend at home

Phoenix

Phoenix, born June 25, 2008, comes to us from the Basilic Blessing cattery in Madison, Wisconsin. She is a colorpoint carrier and a torbie (with both cream and silver coloring), so her kittens will come in a huge variety of colors. We're excited to see how it all turns out once she is ready to breed! She is fitting in perfectly with our other breeding cats and Attis, our neuter, and greets all of our visitors with excitement and readiness to play.

Rogue rests on a scratcher on a fall afternoon

Rogue rests on a scratcher on a fall afternoon

Rogue

Rogue is a beautiful rare torbie point who came to us from a cattery in Florida just a few short weeks before the birth of our son, Ian. She has developed a deep affection for both of our queens at the time, as well as us and our children, and is always ready for a quick pet or a good snuggle.