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Active Girls: Welcome

THE GIRLS

Above: “River” - Retired with us! 


My sweet share 1350 square feet (plus outdoor enclosure), freely and in perfect harmony.  A supplemented raw meat diet, fresh air and exercise, individually adequate breeding breaks and plenty of   ❤️❤️ ❤️   lap time ❤️❤️ ❤️     keep them in top shape - at all times. 

Note: Cimona and Edelweiss will be retired in 2024!

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TO BE RETIRED IN 2024!

CIMONA

FLAMENGO’S AND CANADA LYNX’S MOTHER

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JEZREEL

RIVER’S DAUGHTER

CARACAL’S AND BALUGA’S MOTHER

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LIVING WITH SOUTHLAND MAINE COONS!


RAPHAELA

BALUGA’S DAUGHTER

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ALASKA
RAYN’S MOTHER

MY BREEDING PRACTICE:


I prefer to keep my females in the program for a longer time and breed them once per year, to different males, over a longer period. This ensures that enough progeny can be kept from the VERY best mating. If a female cycles very often, I follow the Merk Vetrinary Manual instructions and breed her in short intervals, keep offspring and retire her at young age. This will protect her from cystic endometriosis and pyometra. A female that is bred with this method miight then be available for adoption early. Generally my girls are retired after reliable offspring for the continuation of the lines has been obtained. 

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