From as far back as I can remember our family always had cats at home and even though as kids we had many other pets, you know the usual rabbits, hampsters, gerbils etc etc we still always had cats.
As a child our Mum and Dad believed that my brothers, my sister and myself should all experience seeing kittens being born and the responsibility that goes with this so although we did not have many litters (we didn't have pedigrees) I did gain some understanding on what breeding involved.
I never really considered breeding and had always had rescue cats, but promised myself one day that I would have a pedigree, but for many years wasn't really in a position to have one. In 2004 having moved the previous year out of the city, my father passed away and this was the trigger that motivated me to buy a pedigree kitten. Having done some research I decided on the Birman and located a breeder. I went with a view to buy a blue point boy and ended up reserving a seal point boy and a blue point girl.Omega replica watches