About

   We are a cattery and breeder on the west coast, located on Whidbey Island in Washington State, specializing in the Singapura and Toybob breeds.

Mission statement: As a registered member of The International Cat Association (TICA), we want to share our passion for cats while focusing on humane and healthy breeding practices that ensures the quality and happiness of every kitten we provide.

We do NOT raise our cats in cages as some breeders do. We hand raise every cat and kitten with daily feeding, cuddling, love and play time throughout every day until they are adopted. This ensures a well adjusted, friendly and affectionate cat that will bond with it's new owner.

We will only be breeding each female twice a year for the health of our queens!

We are NOT a cat factory. We are breeding these cats for the love of the breed and we want to share them with others. 

 

Singapura Breed Information

   The Singapura is the smallest breed of cat, noted for its large eyes and ears, brown ticked coat and blunt tail. The Singapura is a moderately stocky and muscular and is one of the world's smallest cats, with a very short and fine coat.

   A full grown female usually weighs 5–6 pounds (2.3–2.7 kg) while the male weighs 6–8 pounds (2.7–3.6 kg). The large, slightly pointed and deep cupped ears together with the large almond-shaped eyes are characteristics of the breed. The tail is slender, slightly shorter than the length of the body and has a blunt tip.

   The Singapura is described by the CFA as active, curious and playful. They are nicknamed "Velcro Cats" and are affectionate and desire human interaction. They have a tendency to perch on high places, to allow them a better view of their surroundings.

Personality

   The tiny Singapura has a small little voice, but this mischievous and active cat makes there presence known in other ways: chasing small balls down the hall, tap dancing on keyboards, climbing curtains or anything else that will place them on high, or jumping on your shoulder as you walk by to go for a ride.

  They retain there playfulness well into adulthood.

The Singapura loves people and isn’t shy about meeting people. They like being a lap cat and is an excellent bed warmer on cold winter nights.

   Despite there busy nature,they are a gentle friend who will put aside there activities to keep you company when you’re feeling under the weather. The rest of the time? Watch out — they are as curious as cats come and will be into anything that looks interesting. The Singapura does best in a home where they will have plenty of company — human or animal.

Toybob Breed Information

INITIAL RECORDS: The Toybob is often referred to as the smallest of all cat breeds. Mrs. E. Krasnichenko documented the first Toybob’s back in 1988 when two stray cats she found outside her home had a litter of kittens in the Rostov region of Russia. By her accounts, these two cats looked very much like seal-point Siamese cats, except both had kinked bobbed tails. The breeding of these two cats produced an unusually small cat she named “Kutciy,” which became the foundation cat to her line of Toybobs she first called “Skif-Thai-Don.”

   To this very day, Krasnichenko’s cattery only breeds her Rostov Toybobs in the same seal-point color as the first two cats she found. However, there is reasonable belief that the mutation first recorded with Kutciy does spontaneously appear in other colors (coat lengths) and is not necessarily associated only with the seal-point color pattern or only to cats of that specific region. 

   The Toybob is a breed of small cat that is typically no bigger than a three - six month old kitten of a normally developed domestic cat. They have compact, strong, muscular bodies with short bobbed tails, consisting of several kinked vertebrae. Besides the Toybob's diminutive size, their most distinctive feature is their large expressive eyes. The cat’s small size and bobbed tails are due to spontaneous mutation in feral cats native to Russia. Toybobs have pleasant temperaments and are affectionate while also obedient to their human companions. Despite their small size, they are active, playful and agile.

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