The past four days have been some of the most delightful in YEARS. Your LITTLE CHARMER has endeared
herself to us, TOTALLY. I've had kittens since I was four years old and this one takes all honors. We are
so thrilled with her. We can't look at her with out smiling.
I wanted to show our gratitude for all the love and affection you have given her.
Thank you so much
David and Ruth - Stockton, Ca 7/25/2012
I JUST WANTED TO LET YOU KNOW HOW OUR BEAUTIFUL TIGER IS DOING.
HE IS A HAPPY BOY, LOVES TO PLAY, MY HOUSE LOOKS LIKE A PRESCHOOL FOR THE TOYS.
HE IS 13 POUNDS NOW AND VERY HEALTHY. WE LOVE HIM VERY MUCH, IT WAS
HARD WHEN WE LOST TY BUT TIGER HAS FILLED OUR HEARTS.
LINDA THANK YOU AGAIN FOR THE LOVE YOU GIVE THEM WHEN YOU HAVE THEM.
PAT & LEO
I decided to keep the vet appointment because the kitties are adjusting
so well. The vet said they are both very healthy. I thought I would
also share what he said about "the breeder"......you. He said these
kittens came from a really good breeder, because their temperament and
body conformation is really good. He said their eyes really were a
nice blue and that their faces showed their good natures. He said
these are really nice cats. Just wanted to share what he said about
your line of kittens.
Note to let you know that our Safir Bulan (Balinese for “sapphire moon”)
has thrived here, growing to over 5 pounds in about 10 weeks. He is
well on his way to the very best life we can hope to have with him. Our
veterinarian and her staff are so taken with him. He is also uncommonly
handsome, with soulful sapphire eyes (and white eyelashes) that already
have the intensity to captivate anyone within their range. Bulan is well
gifted with intelligence, curiosity, affection, playfulness and athleticism.
The grace that your work imparts to homes near and far is the gift that
you sustain and support with your experience and the exceptional
felines under your care
Was thinking a little earlier this morning ... You have 17 babies in your
home today!!! Bless your heart. Plus your own :-) your one busy lady;
checking to see if Mom's need your help in any way. Your one fine Lady;
to spread that kind of Love :-) just want you to know I appreciate your
IT FEELS WONDERFUL TO BE APPRECIATED FOR WHAT WE DO FOR OTHERS
I hadn't written for a while and wanted you to know that your little charmers continue
to be our unique treasures. Whenever Schatzie is asleep and I stroke her gently, she
doesn't waken, but the tip of her tail wags. It always amazes me that a a brain can
communicate a sensation the full length of a cat, to the last few joints of the tail.
Both kittens are very sweet with visitors. They are happy to keep laps warm and
I have always felt that their adorable natures have a lot to do with the loving care they
receive when they are very young and receive affectionate attention with nothing
harsh to upset them. You do a phenomenal job of raising unique kitties. We are so
grateful to your.
Sincerely, Audrey Radmore
I have been wanting to write to you for MONTHS. There are so many little charming things that
Schatzie and Samira do, that I want to tell you about and then essential responsibilities crowd in
and Ive had to put it off. So now, at 11:19 p.m. on a Thursday night, regardless of anything else, I
needed to thank you again for the most incredible, loving, and delightful kitties I've ever had or
known about. Where to begin.
First, I must again wonder what it is that you do to your kittens that brings out their charming and
delightful characteristics that identify them as your own remarkable breedings and nurturings.
They have such unique personal qualities, each different, each distinctive and adorable. When
they greet me in the morning, bounding down the hall with tails flying and wagging, I have to laugh,
stroke them, and tell them they are incredible.
I have never heard Schatzie meow. She will sit and look at me, patiently waiting for a stroke, a pet,
and affection. But a week ago, she opened her mouth and made a sound. It's hard to describe.
Perhaps a gentle complaint, acknowledging that she hasn't been stroked and told she's beautiful
for 2 or 3 minutes, and it is difficult for her to be ignored ... and just as difficult for me to see her
and not tell her that she is elegnant and remarkable.
Their areas are the sitting room, dinette, and kitchen at the back of the house, and the long hall
that links that section to my office and the north part of the house. The hall is also their access to
a door with a cat flap entrance to the chain linked patio, where they have their cat tree, toys, litter
box, and bird watching area.
That long hall has two motion activated lights, and every time they toss their stuffed mice down the
hall, the lights go on. So in the morning when I go into my office to get to the hall, I can see the
shadows of waiting legs in the space below the door. When I open it, there are usually two kitties
and three exhausted stuffed mice as well as the fluffy charmers ready to start the day, and and
Samira is passionate about food, whereas Schatzi is a slow and patient eater. This means that
they must eat separately, and have a closed door between them, with Samira eating in the hall and
Schatzie in the kitchen window sill with a little sunshine. She is a slow eater and rarely finishes
every scrap, as if to let Samira know that a bit of her breakfast was left as a treat for her. So the bit
that remains in the dish is put on the floor in the corner of the kitchen next to a bowl of kibble. The
minute the closed hall door is opened, there is a swish of fluff that whisks across the sitting room
and into the kitchen, screeching to a stop at the "left overs." There she enjoys practicing dish
washing with her tongue and then settling in to watch the morning happen. There is no part of the
day that isn't more delightful because they are a valued and treasured part of my life. Thank you
Linda, for all these years of smiles, strokes, hugs, and laughter. There is truly something totally
unique about your kitties. They brighten my days, each with their own distinctive personalities,
traits, character, and charm. And when Schatzie is sound asleep, I can softly say her name, and
while still sleeping the very tip of her tail wags. She is a wonder. I'm so grateful to share their lives.
Sincerely, and with genuine appreciation, Audrey Radmore