Sorry, no kittens available, but enjoy the photos!
Tarn's black grizzled tabby female kitten. She's 7 1/2 weeks old in the photo. We put
this photo at the top as a warning to all, so you know how vicious Chausie kittens are. Beware! :-)
Tarn's entire litter at only 2 weeks old. Left to right: black ticked tabby, black
grizzled tabby, black spotted tabby,
black grizzled tabby, and black
ticked tabby. All are females except the BTT at far right.
delivered 5 kittens a while back. The father was an American
Bobtail named Saskre,
chosen because of his ticked pattern, unusually large size,
rangy body, and long tail. These
are A6 generation kittens
with the look of the wild but 95% domestic genes. All of the kittens are
affectionate and interactive with people.
For more info (when kittens become available), see "Terms of Sale."
of the five kittens. Front left is the larger of the two black grizzled
tabby girls. Front right is black ticked tabby girl. Behind in center
is black spotted tabby girl. In the rear is black ticked tabby boy. In
case you are wondering, the photo was taken while the kittens were in
my lap. They love to use people for a jungle jim, climbing up
pants legs and up your back. However, after they get tired of that,
it's time to climb in a lap to snuggle and doze for a while.
This is the smaller of the black grizzled tabby girls playing in a cardboard box at 7 1/2 weeks old. That light area on her chest is not a white spot.
It is a grizzled marking that is starting to spread over the coat.
Eventually, the entire kitten may be covered with her own kind of bling!
comparison, if you would like to see what 100% Jungle Cat kittens
look like, here is a photo taken in a wild part of India: