December 11, 2013

Red is the colour for Christmas - welcome to Norway!

Christmas came early this year :-)
Me and my friend, Carlynn started to talk about a new little boy. Nothing that was in any hurry - because we have  our 3 boys. But after Bico moved to his forever home together with his father, the company-cat was not there anymore. The orientals needs company, and with 2 cats, and if one of them is staying a short period with the girls for matings , the other boy is left alone. With all the attention from the humans, but it is nice to have a little furry friend too. So 3 cats are a perfect number.

Carolynn loves red cats. When she was an active breeder her self, it was red and tortie siamese cats.
I love torties too, no doubt :-)) But I don't have red cats as my favorites when they are adult. As kittens they light up the nest like a sun. In breeding they are the best, they give tortie girls ;-)
But I love bicolours, in all colours - also in red.
So if we should have something red, it had to be a bicolour.

Then the search started. The pedigree was very important - we needet something totally different from the other cats.
After that we was looking for the qualiteen that I love to have in my breeding programme.
And we did find him!! We found a redspottet bicolour boy with a super fantastic temper. So  sweet and calm - will fit perfectly in with Tiger and Hidalgo - who are the sweetest boys on  earth.
With super lenghts and elegance, super spotts, fantastic profile. And with a nice pedigree for our other cats.
He has to grow up, but I am so looking forward for his offspring in the future.

Our little boy came to Norway yesterday. On Friday I will go visit him with my camera and admire and kiss him,
This little one will be living with Tiger and Hidalgo - but I will be able to kiss him from time to time.
By Christmas all the boys and the humans will be celebrating together with us.

Who is this little one?
His name is FI*Birregin Sonny - a charming little one who brought us sunshine in the dark December.
Thank you so so much, Regina - for letting him move to Carolynn and that he can be a part of our future breeding plans.

Here is a couple of pictures from his early childhood in Finland. There will come new pictures soon.