Our dad grew up with kitties. Throughout his childhood, he lived with two Burmese (Bruce and Ra), Christmas Eva (who arrived on Christmas Eve) and her kitten Kringer (both tabby and white domestics), Clayton the Russian Blue, and Jacko the tabby domestic. He also lived in a share house with a pretty tortie domestic named Minnie.
Today mum and dad went to the Spring Katz show, hosted by the Waratah National Cat Alliance. There were lots of beautiful kitties there, and it was a little bit of a trip down memory lane for dad.
This beautiful Russian Blue ladycat is WNCA Sapphire DB GD CH Waratah GD National CH Karlinska Blue Moon. She has such a sweet little face, and seemed very calm and relaxed. Mum thinks she was just soaking up all of the attention!
This Chocolate Male Burmese is WNCA DB GD CH Cateecat Sonomo. He was also very chilled out. His furs were really shiny.
This Red Burmese is WNCA Diamond DB GD CH Waratah National CH Kohsoom Maverick. Dad had never seen a Burmese with that colouring before, so it was cool for them to see one today.
We're not sure what this little Burmese kitten was named, but one thing is for sure- he is super cute! He was a friendly little kitten, and seemed very confident. From looking at mum's show guide, we think it might be Cateecat Crash & Burn.
We think that this Burmese mancat is Marvic Gotcha Freddy. He was so placid and laidback!We are not sure what this kitty's name is. Mum and dad were amazed at his muscles. He looks like he has been drinking lots of protein shakes! His brother (a Ragdoll) was also on show, and their mum was telling our mum about how much they enjoy coming to shows. They even stand with her when she is getting the tub ready, waiting to have their show bath!
We have some more pictures from the show to post this week. Mum wasn't smart enough to make sure she got the crate numbers in the photos, so ids are from memory mixed with a bit of guess work from the show guide. So hopefully we have correctly identified them, but we apologise for any mistakes.
Have a great week:)