I am so glad that i kept this beautiful daughter from Rajah. Taking after her father she has wondeful wild type and muscular structure, and those eyes! Those fiery tigers eyes just glow from out of her monotone silver shades. Simply stunning.
We are thrilled with Otto first babies, Himalaya is the proud mother.
Silver lining has beautiful big outlined clouded rosettes, and wild expression. He will hopefully be producing some stunning kittens for us in 2017. Silver lining comes to us from our good friend Gaynor at Queenanne cats.
We can’t wait to welcome our stunning new boy to Silverstorm. He has a pale silver background, perfect outlined and contrasted Snow Leopard rosettes. Combined with wild expression and type he will bring so much to our programme.
A big thank you to our good friend Gaynor at Queenanne cats.
Rajah loved this photo shoot with some of his many rosettes. I am sure he understands that he has won them. He is 17th Best short-hair cat in Western Europe, Best silver Bengal and 3rd Best silver Bengal in the world 2012-2013.
I would like to say a big thank you to all my customers who bought a kitten from me in 2015. With every Silverstorm kitten sold a donation has been made to the Snow Leopard Trust on your behalf. In buying a Silverstorm kitten you have helped a little towards conserving these beautiful animals in the wild.
Luckily I was also able to make the donation on ‘Giving Tuesday’, and the Snow Leopard Trust were able to double the donation of $437 with help from a group of donors!
Otto is growing into a stunning boy. He has that wild cat, low to the ground, shoulder shuffle, leopard cat walk……
‘SnowstormUK Otto the Great’ is my gorgeous new boy. He is from a one time breeding with Dinah’s beautiful rosetted silver seal-lynx ‘Amarillo’ and my stud boy ‘Regional winner and Supreme grand-champion Silverstorm The Maharajahs Cat’.
He has a highly contrasted, glittered, silky pelt, thick tail and a wild looking face.
Jackie Morris’s new book is an absolute treat. It is packed full of the most beautiful photos of her cats walking with her through the seasons, in the stunning countryside near her home in Pembrokeshire.
Inky’s F5 kittens are now 4 weeks and starting to explore, and try some mince. Inky is being kept very busy keeping keeping an eye on them all, she doesn’t like them to go too far and carries them back to the box if they do. She is proving to be an excellent mum if not a bit overprotective!
You can see their first baby photos on my AVAILABLE page.