Thursday, April 8, 2010

Spring is in the Air

Spring is in the air...and you know what that means...Its Kitten Season! And just about anywhere you go you can find a bevy of beautiful kittens for sale from reputable breeders, rescue shelters, and private adoption. Kittens ranging in size, age, color, temperament, coat length, and intelligence to fit absolutely any personality out there.
It won't be an easy decision, but take your time, do your homework, and you will make the right choice for you and your family...and that is what is important. Find the breed that fits your lifestyle.
You can find a large selection of kittens for sale or re homing in your local newspaper, online through pet adoption websites, or private breeders will have websites where you can view the kittens and see the parents which can be very helpful in making a choice.

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Bombay Cats, Exotic Beautiful Kittens


There are two types of Bombays...the British Bombay, and is a black cat of the Asian variety, and the American Bombay that was breed in Louisville Kentucky in 1958 by the first Bombay Cat Breeders: Nikki Horner of the Shawnee Cattery crossed an American Shorthair with a Burmese intending on creating a black leopard type coat on the cat. Nikki Horner was successful and the kittens did have the coat coloring of the black Leopard of India. The Bombay cat of course bears the name of the city in India.


The Bombay is a sleek and muscular cat with a great amount of agility. Piercing brown or green eyes resting in a nicely shaped head with a tapering muzzle. The ears are spread wide on the head and of medium sized. They have a silky short coat that comes in the darkest shade of ebony available...through and through right down to his is the new black for this feline.

If you're looking to find a Bombay cat for yourself, click here to find Bombay Breeders near you:


The Bombay loves people and wants to be with them at all times for two they are genuinely affectionate and lovable with their people and two: because they seek the warmth they can glean from us even if it means sleeping under the covers with us. Friendly and social the Bombay will make a wonderful addition to the home. They are far from ordinary in their vocalization and don't really "meow"...some use their voices and others not so much. They have great personalities, and make very enjoyable companions.