Amaiah has now been rehomed.
Our beautiful Blue rosetted queen Amaiah has now been spayed and is looking for a loving, forever home. She would be best suited to a home without other female cats, but may get along with an easy going male. She is a lovely girl – affectionate, intelligent and loving, and will make a wonderful pet. Please feel free to contact me for any further information. More photos of Amaiah are on our gallery page http://www.asuracats.co.uk/gallery/
Here are some photos of our beautiful Blue keeper from Mirage & Baloo. She holds the Charcoal gene (Apb) and Seal Lynx Point Snow gene 🙂 She has an amazing head like her dad, beautiful coloured eyes and clear, small rosettes, as well as her mum’s loving and maternal temperament. I wasn’t going to keep a girl from Mirage this time but fate has taken a hand and she is just what I want!
Velvet has now been now rehomed.
A video of Velvet – she is a wonderfully friendly young cat, looking for a home where she can be given lots of love and attention.
Baloo, Mirage and Amaiah playing in the garden.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (or HCM) is a genetic heart condition which can affect the Bengal breed. There is no genetic test as yet and often it won’t be discovered in breeding cats until they have passed it on. We endeavour to test all of our breeding cats regularly, starting at 1 year old. The test is carried out by a qualified cardiologist by means of an ultrasound scan. It is expensive to test for this but necessary. Here is a link to the HCM negative register where you can see our tested cats. http://www.icatcare.org/breeders/registers/HCM?title_selective=VAUGHAN
Our cardiologist will not screen pregnant or nursing cats so females will be tested once their babies are weaned.