DoB. 05.02.2022 - 01:40pm/01:51pm/03:21pm
Queen: N.W. 20/21 Int. Ch. Azreal Warushka Wielka – „Wari“
Breeder: Leanne Hewitt – ZA
Owner: Diana Mangel – AT
Stud: Ch. RBCat Biskvit *RUS – „Biskvit“
Breeder: Irina Grishina – RU
Owner: Irina Grishina – RU
# 1 – girl (104g)
# 2 – boy (64g)
# 3 – boy (108g)
Both parents were tested for luxating patellas, HCM and PKD.
5 months of joy, adventures, playing games, taking pics passed by sooo quickly!
Baikal – 5 months old, 2,98kg
It wasn’t easy to fix his future but I am happy that I’ve found the best family I could imagine. On 11 July Baikal flew to his new home. He joined his daddy in Russia and will support Irina’s (RBCat*RUS) breeding program.
Baikal already settled in very well and I want to thank Irina a lot for taking care of my special boy.
Baroness is staying with us and will be my future breeding queen.
She is bringing a lot of characteristics I was looking for. The British Russian Blue line, a strong/massive body, a round head shape, a dense, super soft and dark blue coat, lovely eye colour and super sweet ear tufts.
Baroness has a strong will and character and she will kick some stud’s asses, I am sure. My sassy girl is everything, I wished for a self-bred girl, with great RBCat*RUS line characteristics passed on from her dad Biskvit.
I want to thank Irina for giving me the opportunity of breeding such a special and great litter.
4 weeks passed already and both kittens are developing excellently.
Biskvitovich/Biskvitovna = Patronymic (a component of a personal name based on the given name of one's father)
Baroness - After searching for a Russian or African name beginning with B for a long time without success, I accidentally found this name.
Baikal – Baikal is named after Lake Baikal in Russia. It is the world’s largest freshwater lake by volume as well as the world’s deepest lake and finally one of the world’s clearest lakes.
Unfortunately, there aren’t only nice moments in breeding. #2 (boy) has been losing weight for 2 days and even supplementing wasn't working at all. After a check-up at my Vet, we decided to let him go peacefully and euthanised him. He had problems with his digestion and could not absorb food and the so important nutrients. Letting a cat go is one of the hardest decisions a breeder has to make, but one should always decide what is best for the animal! Rest in peace "Mr. Tiny"!
After more than 30h of preterm labour, Wari gave birth to her first kitten this afternoon (day 67) at 01:40pm. A healthy girl – weighing 104g. Only 10 minutes later, #2 – a boy - was born. With 64g he is the lightweight in the group, but he drinks well and is also looking healthy. Finally, after about 1.5 hours, kitten #3 - also a boy - was born. With 108g he is the heaviest and biggest in the group.