Queens

Nebula

7-24-2020 W61 (White) Ice blue eyes

TICA/WCF registered Current Weight 11lbs

Top Cats link: https://en.top-cat.org/cats/390348

Pawpeds pedigree link: https://www.pawpeds.com/db/?a=p&id=1550329&g=4&p=mco&o=elastic

Blood type A, Genotype A/A PkDef n/n HCM n/n SMA n/n

First litter: November 19th @5am Sire: Artemis Kittens: (4) kittens have homes

Second litter: TBA

Description : She will produce solid/smoke white, black, blue (low chance of gold/brown & torti) ghost, and smoke is also a possibility, with and without blue eyes. Very cheeky with a bit more sass then the other Queens.

DNA Information: https://www.wisdompanel.com/app/s/rpx5hy

Aurora

1-14-2021 Big yellow eyes fs 22 Black Tortie Silver Classic Tabby Current weight 12lbs TICA registered

Blood type B, Genotype b/b PkDef n/n HCM n/n SMA n/n

Pawpeds: https://www.pawpeds.com/db/?a=p&id=1584035&g=4&p=mco&o=elastic

First litter: May 7th 2022 Sire Regulas Kittens: (3)

Second litter: 2023 Sire Regulas

Description Show & Breeding: She will produce smokey torti and solid colors; Reds, blacks, whites, creams & some will have vibrant silver sheen to their coat. Very cuddly and sweet temperament.

DNA Information: https://www.wisdompanel.com/app/s/rt0cn9

Cassiopeia

Blue Tortoise bicolor 1-4-2021 copper/yellow eyes

Current Weight: 12.3lbs TICA/WCF registered

Blood type: A Genotype: A/A PkDef n/n HCM n/n SMA n/n

Pawpeds: https://www.pawpeds.com/db/?a=p&id=1584032&g=4&p=mco&o=elastic

First litter: May 2022 Sire Regulas Kittens: (4)


Description: Probably one of the most attention seeking felines I have to date 🤣😂😘

DNA Information: https://www.wisdompanel.com/app/s/pxh60cw

Once a Queen has retired she will be spayed. Some Queens will remain with us indefinitely just due to us becoming incredibly attached and them playing a VERY important role within the pride. "Our Queens go for the same price as our other kittens, and just because she has had children does not mean she is worth any less". If you are interested in a Queen to be retired, you are more then welcome to place a future deposit provided they do not state anywhere in their description that they are to remain within the pride or that they already have a home. None of our Queens will have anymore then 4-5 litters in her lifetime. Most Queens will retire within 3-4 litter's depending on her health, and only on very rare occasions will a Queen have 5 litters and some maybe only 1 or 2 maximum. Our Queens will not breed until they are over a year old and are clean across the board of all X-ray scans + head and heart and hips and tail (bloodwork, DNA), as well as showing legitimate signs of being ready, (there is a difference between going through puberty and being ready to have children). Not every Queens litter will come with breeding rights, as we may just be trying to get a selective gene out of the litter for our own line to help repair something elsewhere within the pool of genetic chaos. In that case, the Queen will have a maximum of 3 litter's and then retire. Some Queens will be only knit once a year, while others may need more: Never having more then 2 litters a year. Some Queens are different and it's important to pay attention to her body and what she needs, or can or cannot do. Some Queens are not meant to be Queens and will be retired after their first litter, and possibly before she ever has one. Like in humanity, "Some creatures just don't want kids" It's our job to respect that to the best of our abilities.

Genova

High black smoke - Shaded carrier ns 11


Photos late August -

Sureya

High Black Smoke Tortie - Shaded carrier fs

1-1-2022 Green/yellow eyes

Current Weight: 10.3lbs TICA/WCF registered

Blood type: A Genotype: A/A PkDef n/n HCM n/n SMA n/n

DNA information: https://www.wisdompanel.com/app/s/cbrwpsf

PawPeds: Coming Soon