Saturday, January 13, 2007

Weekend Cat Blogging - Kitten time


Jamy, one week

The J-litter is now one week old! Time to show off these beauties - and they now have names, too. (Pretty much, anyway.) We went with a Shakespeare theme - Jupiter, Jamy, Juliet and Julius. (They might have some additions to their actual pedigree names, but we've not decided just yet.)


Jupiter, one week


Jamy, one week


Juliet, one week


Julius, one week

You can see more pictures in this Flickr Set.

For newcomers, these kittens are British Shorthair pedigree cats. We have one or two litters per year. And they are for sale.

Weekend Cat Blogging this week is hosted by What Did You Eat? Go visit for many more cute kitties.

19 comments:

Anne said...

Wish you lived just around the corner, I would run over and put a down-payment for Juliet, she is so beautiful!!

Even though Sweden is my favourite place for vacation, it's still too far for a cat.

Hilsner Anne from Denmark

Anne said...

Anne, we actually got our first cat from Malmo! :) And we have been in touch with many breeders in Denmark regarding our cats (not yet with this litter though), but it's a lot easier when it's close-by. So far, we haven't clicked completely with anyone abroad (we were going to sell Ikaros from our last litter to Estonia, but unfortunately he turned out not to be good enough for breeding.) but we're totally open to it eventually :) Denmark is thankfully easy enough to export to - and from - due to EU regulations.

Anonymous said...

Åh titta Jupiter har öppnat ögonen!!! Nu är jag ännu mer trött på att vara kattallergiker!!

Anonymous said...

Awww, too cute : D

Anonymous said...

Extremely cute!!!

Anonymous said...

So darling!! I too wish I was close enough to pop by and at the least hold one!

Rachael said...

I got a kitten for Christmas too...Le Roi. Of course, he is 6 months old. As he sits here batting the cords and looking at me lovingly, I am in love.

Those are the cutest bits of fur ever. I love their names. So chic, so fab.

Kristen said...

What lovely little snuggle pumpkins. They are adorable!

boo_licious said...

Awww, the little J's look so cute esp the sleepy ones. Can't wait to see them grow up.

shelly said...

These kittens are my new obsession. I keep clicking over here so I can sneak another look at their cute little kitten faces :).

Kate said...

Anne, they are SO sweet! I love the tuxedo cats, I am partial to them, y'know!

I look forward to checking back to see how they grow.

Sandy-LA 90034 said...

What great pictures! Thank you for putting them on display. Precious!

Anonymous said...

Awww that is so adorable! I love Juliet especially - she looks about as co-ordinated as me! ;)

I'm going to post this comment quick so I can "aww" at the pictures again!

kimberly said...

Oh, they are gorgeous! Such beautiful tabby stripes on Juliet and Jamy.

Kitikata-san said...

so cute! they are so little! Meow!

videocat said...

Ummm.. they are lovely!

s'kat said...

Oh, my, goodness!!! Those utterly cute pictures bring every girly-hormone in my body out and shrieking at the adora-bility!
*swoon*

Anonymous said...

such kitten cuteness!

Anonymous said...

Yes, all little kittens are beautiful..but wait, some of them become little monsters, fighting with the neighbours cat, scratching the wallpaper and furniture, bite, when they feel it is time to get up, play with the cables until your PC doesn't work anymore, try to catch the fish in the pond, chase the squirrels, racoon and skunk, explore the roof and chimney, take a nap in a flower hanging basket and much more.
We have a tabby cat, his name is Maximus called Maxi. Not a cat with pedigree, but a barn cat born in a small village close to Lake Ontario, Canada. The owner posted a sign "free kittens". We stopped the car, asked if we could see the kittens? How could we leave and not take one home? That day changed our life...
cheers