The Boys

 

The Working Boys

 
The following links are for boys who are either actively being breed, or whom we will breed when possible.
 
Maine Coon   Norwegian Forest Cat


 
 

Click on an image above, to see the boys for that specific breed
 


 

Non-Working & Retired Boys

William | Maxwell | Ringtail | Tippy | Tyler


 
The boys below are now, for all intents and purposes, our "house" cats.  Some started off simply as pets, other's became pet's as their breeding / show situations changed.  Though considered "non-working", some will still attend shows from time to time, or go out to other "events", where they can represent their respective breeds, our cattery and cats in general.  Regardless of their situation, ALL are an important part of our household and are well cared for and loved, in their "life of leisure".
 

William
Black & White

 

"William Sylvester"...  Our first, male, Norwegian and the one who started teaching us what is important in life to Wegies...  Food!! :-)  William came to us at a time before we were sure that having a cattery was what we wanted to do.  Since a whole boy "can" be difficult to have in a home, we opted to have him neutered, so he could live in the house, without a problem.  Of course, the result of doing so is that we do not have his children running around the house, but he is a "special" boy and we love him dearly.

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Maxwell
Blue Tabby

Maxwell is the "picture perfect" Maine Coon.  He is big, he is glumpy and he is as sweet as he can be.  He would, if allowed, sit on the couch all day, remote in hand, and simply lounge. 

I do not believe there is any other, one word description that better describes what any cat is than what the word "goofus" does for describing Maxwell.  He is a big, ungainly, blue boy, who is started off being enamored with Alexis (our oldest NFC who passed a few years ago), but who became completely and totally in love with his mother (Terry). 

Maxwell is an absolutely spectacular cat (in every way!), but he suffers from an intestinal disorder which requires medication every couple of days.  This does not affect him in any way that we can tell, but since it is possible he could pass this on to his children, Maxwell was "fixed" and (sadly) can not breed.

 

 

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Ringtail
Brown Mackerel Tabby with White
 
   

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Tippy Canoe
Brown Mackerel Tabby with White
 
   

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Tyler Too
Brown Mackerel Tabby with White
 
   

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Note:  Ringtail (Lord Ringtail, to be proper), Tippy Canoe and Tyler Too are brothers, liter-mates.  Though many of our kittens and cats develop bonds with each other, these three have taken it to the extreme.  They are rarely out of each other's sight, rarer still, will you ever find one in a different room from the others.  If you do, invariably, the one alone will be calling to the other two, and they, in turn, calling back.  Later this year ('09) we are considering showing Ringtail (he is spectacular), but to do so, may require bringing the other two, along for the ride...  We'll just have to see.

 

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