Dr. Douglas Schar and Dr. Anatoly Vinokur
Retired Breeding Cats and Adults
Part of managing a breeding program is finding homes for cats that have finished their breeding life or have turned out to not BE breeding cats. These cats are so demanding that as soon as I can get them into a home where they can be the only cat they dream of being, I do. They are good cats, or they would not be in my breeding program. They are all odd. It comes with the breed! But, some are more odd than others. In any event, if you are interested in an adult cat, check back here from time to time.
If you are interested in an adult cat, email me at email@example.com
Lilac: 10 July 2018
Lilac is a pure Thai cat and is apart of our Bangkok cat breeding program. Not that it matters to the person looking for a pet, but, genetically lilac tests as a pure black cat. As you can see, she is not black. We now know there is another mutation from Thailand, previously not described scientifically, cats we are calling Bangkok cats. Thats because the first four that we found were found in Bangkok. In any event, she is not black, she is a light sable with beautiful blue eyes. She is roommates with Violette who she loves dearly. Unfortunately, Lilac has never managed to get pregnant. After four attempts, I have decided its natures way of saying she was not meant to be a mother. So, its time for her to move to a permanent home.
She is extremely sweet and kind to Violette and all her babies and to me. That said, she is a nervous cat. I suspect she will settle down once she is spayed and moves into a home, but, she is a sensitive soul. She has ultra keen hearing and senses. She hears everything and her big ears turn to take in whatever obscure sound she hears. She is only suitable for a home with no cats and no children. She likes her family of cats but hates other cats. And, I suspect children who are inclined to sudden movements would freak her out.
Ideal home: a couple or single with stable home life. If you are interested, let me know. She is available at no cost. However, you must get her spayed which will cost you something.