TGCh. Carstutz Caesar (black mackerel tabby/white)
x Ch. Yaheska Galadriel of Carstutz (solid white)
Caesar and Gal had a litter together and the kittens are thriving.
Two were born – one solid white girl, and one blue smoke and white girl - each weighing over 110 grams.
Ch. Carstutz Caesar
(brown mackerel tabby w/white male)
Ch. Yaheska Galadriel “Gal”of Carstutz
(Gold-eyed Solid White)
Now 10 Weeks Old – passed vet checks 100%
Carstutz Heathcliff (red classic tabby)
x Ch. Carstutz Iris (blue smoke)
Heathcliff and Iris had a litter together (his first) and the kittens are doing well.
Three were born – all very rare colouring. One blue cream tortie girl (half cream half blue), one silver blue classic patched tabby and one blue cream tortie girl (mostly blue) - each weighing over 110 grams. This breeding confirms that Heathcliff carries the dilute gene. Pics to come.
Ch. Carstutz Heathcliff
( red classic tabby male)
Ch. Carstutz Iris
(Blue Smoke female)
8 weeks old
If you are interested in a kitten, please drop us an email and we will keep you on file for
future litters. Please note that if you contact us about a kitten, we would appreciate: a
detailed request, complete with you name and address (what area of the world you live in),
history of cat ownership (including cats you currently own and where they came from - e.g.
shelter rescue, purebred from a breeder, etc.), an idea of what the cat's living arrangements will be, and details of how he will be raised/treated as a member of your family.
These kittens are not a commodity to us, they are bred to become healthy and long-lived members of your family, with the goal to allow you to enjoy the same joy for many years we find in owning these wonderful cats. Some courtesy is telling us about yourself in the history of ownership, and honest plans for the cat including living environments and veterinary support are greatly appreciated and would go a long way to having your request considered more seriously. Many thanks. (email for those having troubles is: firstname.lastname@example.org ).