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I have dedicated this page to all those cat lovers who I have come into contact with, and who I hope I have helped to adopt a kitten, either one of mine or from a referral. Through those kittens I make some lovely new friends. Some of you have been kind enough to contribute a few lines and some photos of those kittens as they have grown into cats. Most of you are really good at keeping me updated with their progress, even if it is just a note at Xmas, and for this I would like to thank you. If you have not yet contributed to this page and would like to share your experience in adopting one of my kittens, or, would like to update the picture gallery, please email me. Many thanks, Julie

December 2017Posted by Mark & Samantha - Shropshire

TONKYWAY IPIL (now Seth); (Sitara/Hamish litter 27 Mar 2017)

A quick update on Seth.

He had his neutering operation a week last Friday, and went for a check up this Friday just gone.

He came through it wonderfully and was back to his normal happy self within 24 hours.

The staff at the vets have all fallen in love with him, saying how gorgeous he is and what a stunning, well adjusted personality he has.

The vet that carried out the procedure even said that if we could not get back to pick him up due to the snow she would happily take him home instead of keeping him at the vets!

(We think he has a fan club now!)

Attached is a photo of him taken yesterday while he was relaxing on a platform on their cat tree - which instantly became his and Nubiís favourite toy when it was put up a few weeks ago!

December 2017Posted by Janet - Preston, Lancs

TONKYWAY TSUKINO (now Sergio), born 2nd April 2017 (brother to my new stud Tenousei)

TONKYWAY TSUKINO (now Sergio), born 2nd April 2017 (brother to my new stud Tenousei)

Just thought I would drop you an email and send you a picture, below, which I hope you like.

Sergio is the most handsome and stunning cat I took him to the vets for a routine kitten check last week and there were three assistants in with me all drooling over him and making a fuss. They want me to pop by any time with him for free checks just to see him. He was turning on the charm as he is very friendly and was loving the Assistant - kept looking at me though !

He is a very busy cat and full of mischievous and last week we were baking he decided to sample the goodies and run with the cookies. He also likes to help in the kitchen when I'm cooking - need I say any more. He also likes the washer and toilet so need to be on my guard too.

I just hope you are well and enjoying all your kittens and cats, wishing you a lovely Xmas and Happy New Year.

November 2017Posted by Emma - Bournemouth

TONKYWAY THUBAN (now Buddy) dob 03 May 2017

I just wanted to get in touch to say thank you for giving us the most amazing animal that I have ever encountered in my life! (Thuban) who the children have renamed Buddy is absolutely incredible. He is the most popular animal in the house, which I shouldn't really say but he is absolutely brilliant. He is so loving, so sweet, such great company and so playful. The dog is afraid of him, and our other cat and he are great friends. Buddy is very laid back but he is without doubt the boss of the other animals. I donít know if such an amazing personality is the typical temperament of the tonkinese breed or we are just very lucky with Buddy, but he is so wonderful and I canít imagine life without him, my new best friend!

So thank you again.

November 2017Posted by Mark & Samantha - Shifnal, Shropshire

TONKYWAY IPIL (now Seth) - dob 27 March 2017

We've been meaning to send you the attached photo ever since it was taken nearly two months ago, just after we came back from Seth's first caravan holiday.

He had a great time and took to being in the caravan immediately, he is such a well adjusted little man and takes everything in his stride.

Since this photo of him and Gyron was taken, they have both grown somewhat, but Seth is still the most loving, cuddly and friendly boy and is an absolute joy to be around.

The other two cats both love him so much, and they are a wonderful little family.

Thank you so much again for allowing us to become his parents, and for raising such wonderful cats.

November 2017Posted by Christopher & Elizabeth - Barnstable, Devon

Retired Queen WICCA CHAI-LAI and son SALARY KALAP dob 23 May 2017

Thought you would like to see how Chai and Monty have settled in. Most evenings are very laid back on my lap watching T.V.

Chai is such a good mum looking out for " her boy" but is chasing round the house after him or being chased. She is very playful and has a favourite soft ball which gets carried around the house so retirement is great.

Monty is growing very quickly and is a typical boy, into everything and jumping on anything that moves particularly his mums tail.

The house is full of tin foil balls which fly all over the floor and get stuck under coffee tables etc. Then it's ages before they are pushed out only to do it all over again.

We have more entertainment watching the pair of them than watching T.V.

Both are very vocal especially at breakfast time. Chai only has to call and Monty is very obedient and answers her.

We are so pleased that they have come to live with us and look forward to many more years of their company.

November 2017Posted by Eleanor - Ammanford, Carmarthenshire

SIALAXY KHALAMA (now Buddy) dob 22 July 2017

It's been a few weeks since we picked Buddy (his new name) up and I thought I'd drop you a quick email just to let you know how he's getting on!

He has settled in perfectly and is getting on very well with out other cat, the first few days were a bit hairy but we kept them in separate rooms and introduced them slowly over about a week and since then they have been eating, sleeping and playing together.

I've attached a couple of pictures of them together, Buddy has grown so much already!

I hope all of his littermates found lovely new homes too

November 2017 Posted by Zoe - Cardiff

SIALAXY AKI (now Nermal) dob 8 July 2017

Just wanted to let you know how well Aki has settled in. He's doing really well and has enjoyed exploring our house. He's a very friendly and bold little chap and I adore him! Kiwi our older Siamese is getting used to him and is happy to be in the same room as him and watches him closely. Shes quite intrigued by him and goes upstairs if he's in his room to watch him but if he comes right up to her she will hiss and run away. They have both slept on the sofa with me in between them so I'm hoping as it's early days that they will be buddies eventually.

We have decided to change his name, we are calling him Nermal. He's such a character, he really loves life and is always purring. We took him to the vet for his kitten check and she commented on what fantastic condition he was in and what a lovely nature he had, so thank you! Just wanted to let you know that he's fine, I'm so pleased with him.

Thank you!

November 2017Posted by Wendy - Croydon

TONKYWAY ZAURAK (now Pi); dob 3 May 2017

Thought you might like to see some pics of Pi in his new walking jacket!

November 2017Posted by Anna - Honiton, Devon

SIALAXY ARCHUN (now Kobi) & SALARY BLUEMOON (Saroo) dob 22 July 2017

SIALAXY ARCHUN (now Kobi) & SALARY BLUEMOON (Saroo) dob 22 July 2017

I have been meaning to write to you about the boys. They are both very happy and seem quite settled. They are wonderful characters - both quite different but they are both eating well. Kobi is the lilac and Saroo is the blue. The both seem to know their names already. The bags of food and toys were fantastic - they play endlessly with the balls together and are up & down the cat scratch pole. We have them in with us (and the dogs) in the evenings. The dogs are getting used to them rushing around & the kittens are no longer nervous about them - even touching noses with them! I haven't taken them to the vet yet as I wanted them to be quite settled before going in the car again. I'm sure they have both grown & put on weight. We are all very thrilled with them - I'm so glad we had two they are such company for each other.

Kobi is still the biggest but Saroo still has a big tummy! Both very loving too.

I do hope you are feeling better Julie, and your chest has improved. You do work so hard. I'm so grateful we have met you, and the kittens were bought up in such wonderful and caring surroundings.

Very best wishes to you.

November 2017Posted by Emma - Bournemouth, Dorset

TONKYWAY THUBAN (now Buddy) dob 3 May 2017

I just wanted to get in touch to say thank you for giving us the most amazing animal that I have ever encountered in my life! (Thuban) who the children have renamed Buddy is absolutely incredible. He is the most popular animal in the house, which I shouldn't really say but he is absolutely brilliant. He is so loving, so sweet, such great company and so playful. The dog is afraid of him, and our other cat and he are great friends. Buddy is very laid back but he is without doubt the boss of the other animals. I don't know if such an amazing personality is the typical temperament of the tonkinese breed or we are just very lucky with Buddy, but he is so wonderful and I can't imagine life without him, my new best friend!

So thank you again.

November 2017Posted by Manisha, Bristol

SIALAXY PURNIMA & ALIA (Selene & Alexi litter 11 Feb 2017)

So nice to hear from you, and that Selene is expecting again.

I will keep an eye on your website for photos, I can't get enough of the kitten photos! Our girls have lost their kitten faces, and look a bit more grown up but they still have a very playful glint in their eyes! We kept them indoors for a couple of days because of the fireworks, and they were fine. We had tried to keep them in our garden by putting up inward facing fencing on top of the normal fencing, but they hoodwinked us time and again, and all the neighbours were laughing at our ineffectual attempts because the girls had been to visit all of them behind our backs. So now we just let them out in the morning and bring them in before dark. Normally Purnima is the bolder of the two, but she prefers to stay home and play with her favourite toy, which is a spider we made out of cable ties. She goes mad for it, and really growls at Sohalia if she tries to take it off her! Sohalia tends to play more in and around the garden and the close, and only comes back if she's feeling a bit peckish. They have very different eating habits, with Purnima eating ravenously, more like a dog, and Sohalia still just picking throughout the day. So I have to feed them separately, and put away Sohalia's food otherwise Purnima wolfs down her food and then rushes over to check for leftovers from Sohalia! But they both go bananas for their chicken wings, and Sohalia will hiss furiously at Purnima if she goes anywhere near her while she's eating the wing. Purnima is actually quite naughty and I have caught her on the kitchen worktop licking the butter from the butter dish! They are both like toddlers and need to be with us in the same room, so we get followed around the house, up and down the stairs (we have to be very careful carrying things on the stairs) and if I have a shower, they will wait patiently by the door until I come out. It's so lovely to be greeted in the morning by them, when we come down but the best bit is chilling out on the sofa with them in the evenings. They fall asleep and end up in the weirdest positions, in a tangle of legs and tails!

I do have some photos, but I'm struggling to send them with gmail, but I can send them to you via Whats App if you send me your mobile number?

So thank you again.

October 2017Posted by Emma - Kingsbridge, Devon

Tonkyway Ziarre (now Dolly) dob 16 April 2017

Little Ziarre spent her first night on the bed sharing space with Bertie. They are starting to bond, with some grooming and chatting. Bertie is still besotted and she has decided he's not too bad! She is bonding with me too, and has definitely transferred to me as mummy - lots of rolling on me, rubbing against me and calling me when she can't see me. She snuggled next to me all night last night, with Bertie alongside too. I hope to be able to capture their first cute pic together imminently. I've given her a pet name of Dolly. She seemed to respond well to it and is learning it now as her name. So she is Dolly Dobbins alongside my Bertie Bobbins. They sound like hobbits!!! But they are so cute and sweet together and their fun is only just beginning - turns out she loves a gull feather as much as Bertie so now I collect them from the beach in pairs.

Ziarra (Dolly) is settling in beautifully. She is as happy as a clam. She is eating well, socialising and playing. Bertie is still besotted, as am I. Look at the pair of them napping paw to paw in MY bed...! They are adorable together - and becoming quite a dynamic duo.

October 2017Posted by Wendy - Croydon

TONKYWAY ZAURAK (now Pi); dob 3 May 2017

Lovely to hear from you. Pi is doing really well, very cheeky, demonstrative, demands attention, harasses the poor dog, into everything & all that we would have expected from a Tonk! And we absolutely love him! He is well socialised - we've had our family staying from Australia & the US & he has been amusing them with his antics & demanding cuddles from all.

We are looking to get the garden secure - he is so strong he managed to push the window that was only open about an inch & escaped for 15 mins! We have now attached a tracking device on his collar, god forbid that he escapes again. Funnily enough I am looking at cat harnesses at the moment - I think it's best to get them used to a harness at a young age.

I've never known such a long cat! He easily reaches the kitchen work surface, although now he has discovered how to jump up onto it! He sits on my lap or Rupert's whilst we work at our respective computers during the day, then snuggles up in bed with us in the early hours. I'll send some pics shortly.

October 2017Posted by Jenny & Jeremy - Bristol

SIALAXY RAKESH & SIALAXY YAMIR. dob 9 June 2017

We are now starting to light the stove in the evenings when it's cold. The cats love it. And... look, all three together! They are doing really well and have settled down so well. Both boys eating well and playing all the time when they are not sleeping . Thank you so much for these beautiful boys, everybody loves them.

September 2017Posted by Elaine - Malmesbury

Sialaxy Miharu (Perilla) & Akihito (Percy) dob 1 Sept 2016

We just thought you might like to know what Percy and Perilla are up to now it is their 1st birthday. We attach some photos that we took yesterday. As you can see they are now very handsome cats and full of character. They are now spilling out of their basket in contrast to when we got them and there was so much space. It is not easy to see that Perilla is quite small like Miz and Percy is quite big. He is really solid and heavy. They are a wonderful addition to the family.

They both go out into the garden now and spend a lot of time out there with Pansy who never leaves the garden. The three big girls go farther afield so Percy, Perilla and Pansy spend a lot of time together. They are well integrated with the others now and there is nothing they all like better than chicken wings at 5pm (or thereabouts.) We bought them their own fridge for the chicken. They eat all meat tinned food and a bit of dry at other times. Perilla likes to supplement her diet with the odd bird but Percy is not much use at hunting.

She is a real character and very affectionate. She likes nothing better than sneaking upstairs but when she finds she is on her own up there she starts to howl. Percy is not as lively as she is and he is quite soppy. When we are working at home Percy, Perilla and Pansy follow us about. They are great company.

August 2017Posted by Wendy - Croydon

Tonkyway Zaurak (dob 03/05/17)

I thought you might like an update on how Pi is getting along. We named him 'Pi', from the book & film, 'The Life of Pi' & also as our son Sam had just returned from a beautiful place in Northern Thailand called Pai, but pronounced Pi.

So, he's settling in really well, eating like a horse & loving lots of cuddles! He's still a bit wary of our dog, but already playing with her tail when she's asleep, much to the bemusement of the dog! So, I'm sure they will end up best of friends.

He's a very much loved member of the family. Hope his sister finds a wonderful forever home soon.

August 2017Posted by Fiona - N.Somerset

Sialaxy Lilah (dob 11/02/17) & Tokyway Raveena (dob 10/02/17)

I thought I'd send you a few photos of the girls. They are doing well and are as mischievous as ever.

Raveena tries her best to escape whenever she can....she seems the bolder one. Both seem to have spells of trying to dominate the other and be top 'cat'...but mostly they snuggle up with each other and have a very close bond with one another. Raveena tends to favour sitting down on James's lap at night. Lilah struggles to sit still (full stop) - her character is very similar to our eldest daughter savannah. Always on the go and having to be in the thick of everything. finds it hard to settle and sit down!!! That said Lilah tends to be my companion and follows me around a lot in the house and if I am in the garden. Lilah seeks company. They adore having the garden to play in and attempt to catch things - Lilah is lightening quick and has had 2 birds!!!

August 2017Posted by Manisha - Bristol

Sialaxy Sohalia & Sialaxy Purnima, dob 11 February 2017

I hope all is well with you and your feline and human families! I thought I'd drop you a note about how things are going now that they have been with us for almost 4 months.
We have loved watching them develop their own personalities and they have really charmed their way into our hearts. They are very typically Siamese and ask for a lot of cuddles and attention, and it's a bit like having toddlers again. Sohalia has a sweet and gentle disposition (she's curled up inside my jumper now) and Purnima has a Denis the Menace streak about her and does everything at a 120%. We let them out into the garden, having catproofed the fence ... we thought ... but while we have managed to keep the other neighbourhood cats out, our little minxes have foiled us time and again and got out into the front garden, but thankfully always stayed close to the house and come back every so often to check that we are still there.

August 2017Posted by Samantha & Mark - Shropshire

Tonkyway Ipil (now Seth) dob 27th March 2017

3 weeks after collecting him from you, Seth is very well settled in and has been very best friends with Nubi from about 12 hours after his arrival! The pair of them tear around the house and are such a joy to watch playing. He has also bonded very well with puppy who arrived a week later, so much so that Seth tries to steal the pups food given the chance! They also play very well and it was so nice to see them run to each other the other day after the pup had been out with us in the car.

Photo attached of the three cats, left to right; Nubi, Seth and the old lady Isis who plays Mom to them both.

Thank you so much for raising such a wonderful little lad and also for allowing us to become his parents.

July 2017Posted by Elaine - Blagdon, Somerset

Tonkyway Alzubra (now Nero) dob 22 July 2016

As we are nearing Nero's first birthday on 22nd July I thought I should send you a couple of photos! He is an absolutely stunning cat and our pride and joy! A prolific hunter and all round clown. Very, very vocal and definitely keeps his big brother and sister on their toes! He is still raw fed and looks amazingly healthy with a soft glossy coat. Thank you again for our beautiful boy.

July 2017Posted by Judith & Jeff - Wiltshire

Sialaxy Bellatrix (Bella) dob 3 Jan 2012

Bella is just amazing: bolshie, controlling, playful, loving and oh so Siamese. We adore her. She runs rings round Jeff, quite literally after she's been reasoned with and then ejected from his chair; before he's straightened up she's back in it. On times if she sees him heading for it she'll race him. We bought her one of those 5ft long tubes with a couple of head holes along the side and, especially if she's got an earplug, she'll play alone for ages (she still drops the plugs at my feet so we can play retrieve). Until the last few weeks she and Psipsina have been playing together in the tube, as well as other places together. They are devoted and, except in the winter when the central heating is on and Bella takes to the sling on the radiator, they sleep together on the work top, on a chair, in a box, under the mat, wherever takes their fancy that night. And they have always spent time chasing each other and kicking hell out of tummies. Psipsina has been like a kitten with her.

July 2017Posted by Emma - North Devon

Tonkyway Kaloni (now Tinkerbell) dob 16 April 2017

All is going really well. 'Tink' is absolutely gorgeous - and so dainty! Just exquisite. Of course her looks are the only delicate thing about her! She's eating everything with great gusto, pooing prodigiously (but always in the right place), thundering around the house playing and disembowelling her toys. She's having lots of cuddles, and has a great big purr like a vintage tractor!

She has now made friends with Njm (she stopped being nervous of him before he stopped being scared of her!) and they are now playing together. Last night they snuggled up to sleep together for the first time, on the bed with me.

Photos attached! I'll send some better ones when I get a chance.

July 2017Posted by Dot - South Wales

Tonkyway Koby & Tia

Still adorable and so close.

July 2017Posted by Jill - Poole, Dorset

Salary Kahkashan (now Oscar) dob 1 August 2012

I have been meaning to contact you for so long, but one way or another I haven't done so till now. We had Kahkashan (Oscar) from you in 2012 (Xing's litter, with Cassiopea and Regulus). He is such a wonderful boy, with the most amazing personality. He is incredibly loving, confident, friendly and talkative! And of course he is incredibly handsome!!!

June 2017Posted by Vicki, Norwich

Tonkyway Pyxis (now Lando) dob 22 May 2016

Thought you might like to see how my kitten's doing. He continues to be a delightful companion for both me and my other animals - very affectionate, confident, funny and playful, and of course very beautiful. The last picture taken a week or so ago shows the result of me thoughtlessly buying a new bed for the dog, the other two were taken this afternoon.

June 2017Posted by Peter & Janette - Bristol

Tonkyway Orion & Tonkway Kuma dob 10 November 2010 (Brothers to Gr.Ch. Tonkyway Burnsville Carina.

Hoping this finds you well.

I thought you might like to hear about two of your Tonkinese kittens born 10th November 2010. Apollo, brown (formerly Kuma), and Orion, blue, are now approaching seventh birthday. Both are healthy, extremely active and enjoying life.

Apollo spends more time in the house, but is a prolific hunter, supplementing the food we give him with up to four mice each day. He loves patrolling the garden and surrounding fields. All the neighbours know him very well. He is a very affectionate and vocal member of the family, (he can meow like Led Zeppelin when he thinks he is being ignored), always wanting to be part of whatever is going on. His enduring frustration is his inability to teach me how to hunt. He keeps pestering me to go down the garden and into the woods with him and then can't quite believe how rubbish I am at following through gaps in hedges. We had the builders in and they were amused to find him watching carefully when they were excavating with the digger. They were even more amused during a tea break to see him jump up into the cab, sit on the operator's seat and reach up for the controls with his paws. He did the same when they came round with a bulldozer. I'm not quite sure what might have happened if he'd found a little more strength in his front legs. He also likes to watch the television with us, sometimes attacks the screen and tries to chase moving objects around the back.

Orion is much more independent. He goes off for several days at a time, possibly because one house isn't big enough for two male cats and Apollo is the boss. He always comes back to us though, and is very affectionate. He seems to have taken ownership of the entire village and beyond, having been seen hunting up to a mile away. We fitted him with a GPS tracker and he likes to hunt in several patches of woodland. We have made friends with a family with whom he spends quite a lot of time after they took him to the vet to get him scanned, thinking he was a stray, possibly because they have a garage with a sofa and a log burner in the winter. He eats mice when he has to, crunching them down in less than 15 seconds. He also catches moles, weasels, squirrels and once brought in a rabbit as big as himself and proceeded to eat the entire thing, just leaving the back paws on the doormat. Quite where he put it remains a mystery.

June 2017Posted by Vicki - Bristol

Tonkyway Pyxis (now Lanto), dob 22 May 2016

Thought you might like to see how my kitten's doing. He continues to be a delightful companion for both me and my other animals - very affectionate, confident, funny and playful, and of course very beautiful. The last picture taken a week or so ago shows the result of me thoughtlessly buying a new bed for the dog, the other two were taken this afternoon.

May 2017Posted by Linda & Paul - Havant

TONKYWAY KOKAB (now Gizmo); Brown CPP born 6 Mar 2015

Hope all is well with you.

The boys are already going to be 3 next year, I can't believe it.

Here is a photo of them all grown up now and still looking beautiful as ever.

Hope his sisters are doing ok and you are still breeding the pussy cats.

We would have 10 running around if we could they are so gorgeous.

Gizmo is a real chatter box, he talks to me all the time, gets on my nerves sometimes though (NEVER!!!!) as he won't shut up, bless him. Loves them both so much.

Wilson has a very smelly breath mind you and farts all the time. He wasn't from you so this is why !!!!

Take care and hope to hear back from you with some photos and stories when you have time.

May 2017Posted by Sue - Portisham, Weymouth

SIALAXY CYMBALINE (Neko) dob 17/02/16 & SIALAXY STARLIT (Lily) dob 22/05/16

Got a decent picture of Neko for once so thought I would send it on to you along with a couple of Lily.

Neko has just had his first booster injection, and Lily has her first birthday next week. How the time has flown since they came to live with us.

Neeks spends his time hunting, and he has taught Lily to do it too. EVERY day I have to rescue and remove either a slow worm or a live or dead shrew (large or small), and sometimes it's both, or several of one or the other! Nothing more disconcerting than stepping on a slow worm that has been frightened under the kitchen rug. But I am used to the little shrews scurrying over my feet and under my desk - I keep a plastic box to scoop the little critters up in, and put them out the front where the cats can't go so at least they stand a better chance of survival! Half of the wildlife from my back garden now lives in the front one!

Neko is still very aloof and not keen to be picked up or smoothed too much, though he does allow me to rub his lovely furry tum. I do think he may be slightly autistic/Asperger's as he is not too keen on eye contact either. But he does a lovely little enquiring 'chirrup' sound - not had a meezer do that before and it is very endearing. The vet says he is in tip top condition so I'm very pleased. He weighed in at 4.23 kg. They both eat all sorts of cat food with no problem.

Lily makes a lot of eye contact with me - and she loves a fuss, and cuddles. Dead opposite from Neko as she is not shy about it! As you can see, Lily is just beautiful. Their voices are getting a bit louder and stronger now at last! Neko can be on the nervy side - runs when the doorbell goes, like Claude does, but Lily is pretty bomb proof - not much phases her.

When I call Clover to come and get her eye drops done, several times a day, Lily rushes up and sits alongside, waiting for half of one of Clover's yogurt drops (that I give her as a reward for having her eyes done) Lily thinks she deserves one too! After breakfast, Clover has a crunchy dried fish cube - Lily hangs around under Clover's chin waiting for little crumbs to fall to the floor - I've started letting her have a tiny piece of her own on some days. I am sure Lily thinks she is a dog! She is just so full of character.

Anyway, I could go on all night about the pair of them, but I'll stop now as I am sure you are busy with the new generations.

Give Darkstar a lovely big smoothie from me and tell her what a clever girl she is for producing such a special daughter!

April 2017Posted by Julie & Baz - Newport

SIALAXY SUISEI dob 19 June 2014

Hi Julie, I thought I'd share a couple of recent photos I took of Suisei. She is so beautiful and settled in to her own routine now ie we are constantly at her service!! Over the last few months she has become very vocal and talks to us (in siamese, of course)... We are amazed at the large vocabulary she has in order to get everything she wants!! Anyway, just in case you wanted to put some of our pics on the website I've included 2, which shows her potential as a model we think! She is fully grown now,I suppose and she is still petite and that makes her even cuter. Hope you like the pics, hugs and purs, julie and baz xx

April 2017Posted by Sue - Chipping Norton, Oxon

Tonkyway Estralita (Hetti) dob 22 July 2016

Hope you are well - thought you might like to see the latest picture of Hettie she is coming on beautifully her colours are really starting to come through - as you can see she is sitting in the garden enjoying the sunshine

Also attached one of her and Finn together - they are great mates !

And forgot to mention she is still ADORABLE .......mad but adorable all the same !

March 2017Posted by Keri, Weston-Super-Mare

Tonkyway Zeba Mah (Zeva) dob 15 June 2016

Zeva is almost 9 months old now. She loves her morning cuddles, game of fetch and finding any old box. Her coat is getting darker and everyone loves her personality. She is always my highlight when I come home.

February 2017Posted by Liz - Bodmin, Cornwall

SIALAXY JOMEI (now Laity) & SIALAXY TRITON (now Logan) dob 1 Sept 2016

I have been chasing them round and round for several weeks to get a picture for you that shows them both to you together in all their splendour, but this is the best I can do.

They are absolutely fine, extremely fit and lively, eating still like suction pumps at every opportunity, loving their raw food, teething at the moment, and growing all the time. Logan is still at least 1 and a half times Laity's size. They stick together almost all the time, but perceptible differences in character. Logan is less impulsive, will quietly sit and wait for his opportunity for a lovely one on one cuddle, Laity pushes to the front shouting, presumably, Me Me, and demanding instant attention. But they are both very affectionate, and sleep together all the time, often at night on top of my chest, which will probably stop when the nights get warmer!

Next week they go to be neutered and then when the weather improves I shall open the door into the garden when I am working near the house, and so it begins, lets hope, a long hot cat-friendly summer.

Do hope all goes better with you and you are beginning to see the first stirrings of spring. I was at East Lambrook yesterday and thought of you up in the hills with all your lovely cats and kittens. Will send better pictures when I get them.

Very best wishes as ever

February 2017Posted by Paul - Cullompton, Devon

SIALAXY ORION dob 03/10/16

As you can see from the attached picture Orion has settled in very well especially with our Girl Zena who he is curled up with on the picture (on our bed of course!!). He was very nervous when we brought him home as you said he would be and it was nearly 12 hours before he would come out of the carrier that we brought him home in but by the end of the next day he was coming out for cuddles when we came in to his little room. Within a couple of days he was quite happy in his little room, in fact he would cry to us to come in and play with him. We introduced him to our other 2 cats over the next couple of days which went very well, he is now best buddies with Zena and they play together most of the day causing havoc chasing around the house after each other. Hercules our old boy (he is 16 this may) is a slightly different proposition, he is the dominant male and lets Orion know if his space is invaded but will play for a short time on his own terms.

I will keep you updated with Orions progress as he grows up, in the meantime thank you very much for all the help and advise you gave us when we collected Orion is was all very useful but most of all thank you very much for letting us have such a beautiful loving well balanced little kitten. I am sure he will bring us a lot of joy for many years to come.

January 2017Posted by Sarah - Burbage, Leicestershire

TONKYWAY ROKSANA (now Nala) dob 22 July 2016

I got Nala's certificate and your note through the post today (thank you for this). I trust you had a lovely Christmas & new year too! It's so lovely to hear both Mum & sister are doing so well).

Our little lady is wonderful and has definitely brought lots of smiles and laughs in to our home! She is the sweetest girl but is also in to EVERYTHING haha! Christmas was very amusing with her, I lost count of the amount of times I had to remove her from the top of the Christmas tree!! Her and Roo (our Australian Mist) are the best of friends, it's so sweet how well they get along.

January 2017Posted by Maja - Quedgley, Glos

SIALAXY BRIGHTSTAR (now Itachi) & SIALAXY STARDUST (now Kira) dob 22/05/16

Kira and I were just sitting and working by the computer while Itachi is having a nap and thought we would let you know what we have been up to.

Itachi and Kira have both had their ops and recovered without any problems. Their personalities have really started to come out, Itachi likes to act tough and dominant but in reality he's just a little softie who loves games and fusses while Kira is in charge of everything, including him. She is very independent and does things on her own terms. Itachi, as most boys, loves watching football on TV and chasing the ball. Usually we end up watching him instead of the game, lol. Kira is a little daredevil and sticks her little nose in everywhere. Nothing scares her, just the other week I went to investigate a strange sound that turned out to be little madam happily balancing on the upper stair rail. She's also quite the supermodel, every picture I have ever taken of her is a new pose and she gets more beautiful with each passing day, just like Darkstar.

They are both very talkative and tell us many important things, like what they wanted for Christmas: an open bed, which they clearly showed by sitting on top of their houses and squishing them into a bed so they could monitor everything. Their favourite game is playing fetch with their mouse toy, it's even gone as far as them bringing it to us so we can throw it. They have also taught us how to play a combination of tag and hide and seek and if we win we get to shower them with fusses and kisses. Then we let them go and it starts over. When it's sleep time they go into their little "cave" which consist of my knees holding up the duvet. It's such a joy having them around and we can't imagine a time when they weren't in our lives.

Hope you had a nice Christmas and New Year and give Darkstar a big cuddle from Itachi and Kira!

January 2017Posted by Tracey & Jim, Warrington

TONKYWAY ELARA & TONKYWAY CRESSIDA dob 4 Oct 2016

Just wanted to let you know how the kittens are going. They have settled in really well. It took them a little while to stop being nervous when we came into the room but they are now jumping on our laps for their cuddles. Both are eating well and are very playful. We are all delighted with them and they have brought a lot of joy and fun into our lives.

Thank you for sending their pedigree certificates and thank you once again for trusting us with these special little creatures.

January 2017Posted by Elaine, Malmesbury

SIALAXY AKIHITO (Percy) & SIALAXY MIHARU (Perilla) dob 1 Sept 2016

Percy and Perilla were neutered on 3rd January. You would never know anything had happened to them unless you look closely. They came home from the vets in the evening and ran around like mad things. I don't think they were very impressed with being in a cage all day. Perilla has a very neat midline scar on her tummy with no stitches as they did them all internally. The vet said she was very friendly and relaxed during her stay with them but Percy was more stand-offish. Percy has two tiny scars which are healing fast.

They are eating lots and growing fast and they are now well integrated with the others although they occasionally are hissed at when they get too boisterous and overstep the mark.

January 2017Posted by Christina, Wincanton

Tonkyway Sheraton (Bolt) & Tonkyway Aldebaran (Buzz) dob 13/01/13

Christina here, owner of Buzz and Bolt who were 4 years old this week. They are both well and causing terror in every mouse in Somerset. They are very different personalities: Bolt is loud, demanding, very funny, quite annoying (paces and shouts a lot), bold and super affectionate, also super greedy and lies around at home all day. Buzz is our big hunter. He is quiet, gentle and a little timid. He will run away and hide if someone comes to the house and will fight to get away if you try to cuddle him. However, he has fits of mad passion when he is all over you for a kneed and a lots of loving. Can't believe they are brothers. Bolt is our bird catcher (enormous crow in the kitchen last week). Buzz delights us with a rat for breakfast! Buzz has never caught a bird... And Bolt won't go near a rat.

January 2017Posted by Elaine, Blagdon, Somerset

TONKYWAY ALZUBRA (Nero) dob 22 July 2016

We had a great Christmas- Nero didn't climb the tree!! He is naughty but delightfully so! Such a happy, easy cat - he has fitted in so well and the other cats love him

Congratulations on your show successes. You really do have the most beautiful cats. Just a couple of snaps for you- he is rarely still long enough to take a great photo!

January 2017Posted by Sarah - Epsom, Surrey

SIALAXY ALMIRFAK (Darwin) & SIALAXY HOKULANI (Tesla) dob 26/09/14

The cats have just had their annual check up and our vet is so happy with Tesla's progress and confirms my slightly based opinion that they are the most gorgeous cats with the loveliest temperament.

I wanted to share this picture with you because it is only the second time I've managed to get them both in one shot and neither of them are blurred! They both have the same listening ear out but you can't be choosy on these kind of details when you have such energetic cats!

Happy new year

 
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Sialaxy Bellatrix aged 5.1_2.JPG 2017 July - Sialaxy Bellatrix aged 5 2017 July - Sialaxy Bellatrix dob 3 Jan 12.JPG 2017 July - Sialaxy Bellatrix dob 3 Jan 12 2017 July - Sialaxy Kahkashan (now Oscar) aged almost 5.jpg 2017 July - Sialaxy Kahkashan (now Oscar) aged almost 5 2017 July - Tonkyway Kaloni (Tinker).JPG 2017 July - Tonkyway Kaloni (Tinker) 2017 July - Tonkyway Kaloni (Tinkerbell) & Njm.jpg 2017 July - Tonkyway Kaloni (Tinkerbell) & Njm 2017 July Koby & Tia.JPG 2017 July Koby & Tia 2017 July Sialaxy Bellatrix & Psipsina.JPG 2017 July Sialaxy Bellatrix & Psipsina 2017 July Sialaxy Bellatrix aged five & half..JPG 2017 July Sialaxy Bellatrix aged five and a half 2017 July Sialaxy Kahkashan (Oscar) dob 01 Aug 12.jpg 2017 July Sialaxy Kahkashan (Oscar) dob 01 Aug 12 2017 July Sialaxy Kahkashan (Oscar) dob 1 Aug 12.jpg 2017 July Sialaxy Kahkashan (Oscar) dob 1 Aug 12 2017 July Tonkyway Kaloni (Tink) with Njm.jpg 2017 July Tonkyway Kaloni (Tink) with Njm 2017 July Tonkyway Kaloni (Tinkerbell) 4 mths.jpg 2017 July Tonkyway Kaloni (Tinkerbell) 4 mths 2017 July Tonkyway Alzubra (Nero) dob 22.07.16.jpg 2017 July Tonkyway Alzubra (Nero) dob 22.07.16 2017 July Tonkyway Alzubra (Nero) dob 22.07.16_1.jpg 2017 July Tonkyway Alzubra (Nero) dob 22.07.16 2017 July Tonkyway Alzubra (now Nero) dob 22 July 2016.JPG 2017 July Tonkyway Kuma (Apollo) dob 10.11.10.JPG 2017 July Tonkyway Alzubra (now Nero) dob 22 July 2016 2017 July Tonkyway Kuma (now Apollo) dob 10.11.10.JPG 2017 July Tonkyway Kuma (now Apollo) dob 10.11.10 2017 Tonkyway Alzubra (now Nero) 1st Birthday.jpeg 2017 Tonkyway Alzubra (now Nero) 1st Birthday 2017 Tonkyway Alzubra (now Nero) 1st Birthday.jpg 2017 Tonkyway Alzubra (now Nero) 1st Birthday Juno and Boo up tree.jpg Juno and Boo up tree Rothco up yellow tree.jpg Rothco up yellow tree Rothko gorgeousness.jpg Rothko gorgeousness 2017 Aug Nubi, Seth (Tonkyway Ipil) & Isis.jpg 2017 Aug Nubi, Seth (Tonkyway Ipil) & Isis 2017 Aug Sialaxy Lilah & Tonkyway Raveena aged 6 mths.jpg 2017 Aug Sialaxy Lilah & Tonkyway Raveena aged 6 mths 2017 Aug Sialaxy Lilah - 6 mths.JPG 2017 Aug Sialaxy Lilah - 6 mths 2017 Aug Tonkyway Raveena - 6 mths.JPG 2017 Aug Tonkyway Raveena - 6 mths 2017 Aug Tonkyway Zaurak (now Pi).jpg 2017 Aug Tonkyway Zaurak (now Pi) 2017 Aug Tonkyway Zaurak (Pi) .jpg 2017 Aug Tonkyway Zaurak (Pi) 2017 Aug Tonkyway Ipil (Seth) & Nubi.jpg 2017 Aug Tonkyway Ipil (Seth) & Nubi.jpg 2017 Sept Tonkyway Ipil (Seth) & Gyron.jpg 2017 Sept Tonkyway Ipil (Seth) & Gyron 2017 Sept ialaxys Miharu (Perilla) & Akihito (Percy) dob 01.09.16.JPG 2017 Sept ialaxys Miharu (Perilla) & Akihito (Percy) dob 01.09.16 2017 Sept Sialaxy Akihito (Percy) & Miharu (Perilla) dob 01.09.16.JPG 2017 Sept Sialaxy Akihito (Percy) & Miharu (Perilla) dob 01.09.16 2017 Sept Sialaxy Akihito (Percy) dob 01.09.16.JPG 2017 Sept Sialaxy Akihito (Percy) dob 01.09.16.JPG 2017 Sept Sialaxy Miharu (Perilla) dob 01.09.16.JPG 2017 Sept Sialaxy Miharu (Perilla) dob 01.09.16.JPG 2017 Oct Sialaxy Rakesh & Yamir.JPG 2017 Oct Sialaxy Rakesh & Yamir 2017 Oct - Tonkyway Ziarre (Dolly) & Bertie.jpeg 2017 Oct - Tonkyway Ziarre (Dolly) & Bertie 2017 Oct Tonkyway Zaurak (Pi).JPG 2017 Oct Tonkyway Zaurak (Pi) 2917 Oct Tonkyway Zaurak (now Pi).JPG 2017 Oct Tonkyway Zaurak (now Pi) Oct 2017 Tonkyway Zaurak (now Pi) dob 3 May 17.JPG Oct 2017 Tonkyway Zaurak (now Pi) dob 3 May 17 Oct 2017 Tonkyway Zaurak (Pi) dob 3 May 2017.JPG Oct 2017 Tonkyway Zaurak (Pi) dob 3 May 2017 2017 Nov Tonkyway Zaurak (now Pi) with Gala.jpg 2017 Nov Tonkyway Zaurak (now Pi) with Gala 2017 Nov Chai & Son Sialaxy Kalap (Monty) dob 23 May 2017.JPG 2017 Nov Chai & Son Sialaxy Kalap (Monty) dob  23 May 2017 2017 Nov Sialaxy Aki (Nermal) at 17 weeks.JPG 2017 Nov Sialaxy Aki (Nermal) at 17 weeks 2017 Nov Sialaxy Aki 17 weeks.JPG 2017 Nov Sialaxy Aki 17 weeks 2017 Nov Sialaxy Aki dob 8 July 17.JPG 2017 Nov Sialaxy Aki dob 8 July 17 2017 Nov Sialaxy Kalap (Monty) & mum Chai.JPG 2017 Nov Sialaxy Kalap (Monty) & mum Chai 2017 Nov Sialaxy Khalama (now Buddy) dob 22 July 17.jpg 2017 Nov Sialaxy Khalama (now Buddy) dob 22 July 17 2017 Nov Sialaxy Khalama (now buddy) dob 22 July 2017.jpg 2017 Nov Sialaxy Khalama (now buddy) dob 22 July 2017 2017 Dec Tonkyway Tsukino (Sergio) dob 02_03_17.jpg 2017 Dec Tonkyway Tsukino (Sergio) dob 02_03_17 2017 Dec Tonkyway Ipil (Seth) dob 27.03.17.jpg 2017 Dec Tonkyway Ipil (Seth) dob 27.03.17