News – We have a litter of Ocicat kittens due in early December 2016. Recent photos of our cats and updates are available on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anizzcats
Do you like the look of the wild cats? Then you have come to the right place!
A little about us.
My name is Anita, I share my home with my son, GSD & four cat’s, I also have three daughters whom visit regularly with our Grandchildren. There has always been a cat & dog in my family, in fact I can not ever recall a time when I’ve been without one or two in my life. I’ve worked in charity shelters, taken in feral or homeless cats and those that have turned up on my doorstep and I’ve personally rescued. I believe cat’s & dogs should be allowed to live within the home as part of the family, however I’ve two outside play pens that our cats have free access to from our dinning room, and when the weather is mild they are allowed the run along with our dogs in our cat secure back garden.
WHY breed The OCICAT and AZTEC cat breeds?
It was THE LOOK OF THE WILD that drew my attention, along with their coat patterns their expression is amazing & like no other domestic cat’s I’d seen (and that’s a huge amount). They have the gait of a hunter, long slim bodies, long tails, almond shaped eyes, a spotted coat, or the classic tabby pattern and both breeds come in 12 colours. I believe we have the best of both world’s, they’ve the wild cat look with the personality of domestic cats combined. Miniture Cheetahs come to mind when you see them spring into action giving chase after a bug, a feather stick or laser light. They adore human company, are known as people cats and very dog-like in their behaviours, not only this they can also be easily trained.
“The Oci bug”!! Once you become an Oci or Aztec slave you truly do become hooked by theese beautiful, affectionate felines and one is never enough. Although it took a full year to adopt my first Oci due to there are not many breeders here in the UK and them being so rare, their cost is around the same price as the majority of good pedigree kittens.
How I met the TIFFANIE Breed
While exhibiting at a cat show I met Heather McRae & Richard Gabb whom introduced me to their cat Annas. Heather told me how well the Asian breeds get along with the Oci’s & Aztecs, being just as playful, versatile & adaptable, as I watched Annas I became bewitched by her scowl but melted due to her affectionate nature when she was in my arms. Unfortunatly misfortune has prevented me from continuing breeding Tiffanies but in the future I hope to again.
AIMS AS A BREEDER
Formost is to rear healthy, outgoing kittens that are friendly and used to being played with, picked up, having cuddles by adults & children of all ages. Whom are used to the many noise’s of a busy household, such as hoovers, power tools, dogs & their barking, music, etc (which is normality here). By making sure of this it reduces stress, therefor illness and helps them adapt with ease to most new surroundings & situations that they may come up against in life. I enjoy promoting the Ocicat, Aztec & Tiffanie Breeds at cat shows and pet shows up and down the country, it is costly and time consumming but also very enjoyable, I hope being able to demonstrate their friendly & loving nature to the general public & other breeders will enable them to become better known .
PLEASE DO CONTACT US – We breeders always like a good cat chat.
You are very welcome to phone, Text or email if you are interested in adopting one of our kittens or would like to know more about the Ocicats, Aztecs or Tiffanie breed. If we have no kittens we do have have friends whom may have some that are available or a litter on the way, so please leave your details and we will contact you.
Mobile phone: Anita – 0780 0761 826 and Landline phone number: 01788 – 811186
Late afternoons or evenings before 9.30pm is the best time to call.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/anizzcats
Or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
We live in Rugby, Warwickshire, CV22. Which is situated central to: Leicester, Coventry, Northampton, Birmingham and Warwick. We are within easy reach of the Motorway networks, major main roads and Rugby railway station.