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PostPosted: Wed Aug 25, 2004 3:22 am 
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Thought I'd share my favorite picture of Evvie (aka the v-cat)


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Purrfect model.....great lighting.....bad background.....2 out of 3 ain't bad (It'll do for meemonkey anyways ;) )

And look no red eye.....as if by magic! :P


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Great pic, well done B)


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"Evvie" cat has such a beautiful face !!!
Her head / ears proportion are remarkable -- finding the "wild face" with really small, rounded ears can be quite the challenge.
I LOVE her nose, whisker-pads and chin, her buttery color and the clarity of her markings are very enviable, as well.
If you're not so proud of her you could BURST --- she deserves a "servant /supposed owner" who would bow to her every whim!!!

Truly - a beautiful example of the breed!!! :D

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Sounds like you've got someone in the queue already for evvie's first offspring :lol:


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Awwww she is so gorgeous. :D


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Hi Everyone

"We" think Evvie is gorgeous but then we're going to, I'd think she was lovely with 4 ears, 2 tails and 6 legs but then she's our cat :lol: ?It is nice though, when others agree, thanks :D


We're hoping she's going to do well at the shows but she's not over keen on the cage ATM, I'm hoping she'll take to it soon :(
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Hey....guess what?...I've just found Evvie fast asleep in her cage....Looks like she'll be going to the shows after all :D

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Thanks to everyone for their kind comments!


We searched what seemed like forever to find her.....We even asked Jean Mills of Millwood in the united states for some advice and we even considered importing from from her, But including the quarantine time the kitten would of been about 9 months old which meant she would miss out all the kitten classes in the shows.

As we all should know....Jean Mills is the creator of the bengal breed and we were very honoured that she even answered our emails, She gave us the names and contact details of breeders in the uk that she had recently imported to.....One of the breeders on the list was Llandar based in Berkshire.uk

We visited Anne and Mike Randall at Llandar.....and they very kindly allowed us to look around their cattery at all the kittens available.....when we got to the last litter we knew straight away that we had to have one from this litter.....they were outstanding quality showing almost full rosettes at just 4 weeks old.

Anne then showed us all the parents.....her home and garden is just beautiful and full of retired bengals.....it's a paradise for urban leopard lovers

Evvies father is the outstanding "Millwood Super Trooper".....you can see him <a href='http://www.llandar.co.uk/studs.htm' target='_blank'>here</a>

She gets her pelt and markings from her father....But her sweet little face and her simply enchanting nature comes from her mother "Llandar Izabella"

Her pedigree is full of grand champions, double grand champions and even a quad grand champion.....But being a direct descendant of a Millwood stud you should expect that!

Anne also had a litter from a F3 bengal queen.....her head was very small and desirable, Very much like the wild Asian leopard cat from which the bengal derives.

However the kittens from her litter didn't show any rosettes at the time.....but they did have the whitened tummies which are now very much in demand in the uk!


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