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Reyna is a one year old black Chausie female
|Chausie Kittens of the Past
Now Grown Up
|This page can be thought of as the "after" page.
You see and hear about our kittens when the kittens appear on the "Kittens Available" page. Then you see and hear about them a year or more later on this page. You get to see what the babies grow into.
Reyna, shown at the top of this page, was one of Tanis' daughters in her first litter. She is solid black in color, built like a big, lanky black panther. Here is what Reyna's owners say about her now.
Loki and Pixel
These two boys are brothers and came from the same litter as Reyna. Loki is solid black and has wonderful Chausie type, with big ears and cougarish muzzle. The other one, Pixel, is something unusual. He's a black grizzle point, the very first pointed grizzled Chausie to be confirmed through DNA testing. Do you see the pale silvery color surrounding both of his eyes? The pale color and markings over his eye brows? That's partly what tells us he's a grizzle point and not a regular seal point. Only a Chausie could be born a grizzle point. The grizzle gene is unique to the Chausie breed among domestic cats. Thanks to Alex and Cortney for the photo.
Cindra is the litter sister of Reyna, Loki, and Pixel.She's a black grizzled tabby. Originally, the smallest kitten in the litter, Cindra has grown to a good size and has an out-sized personality.
Her new owners vividly describe what it's like to live with Cindra on our "notes" page. Incidentally, they also provide a pretty good description of Cindra's black grizzled tabby coat. You still have to see one in person to understand how beautiful the grizzled pattern is. Photos never do it justice. There's nothing like it in other domestic cats.
Thanks to Char and Gary for the photo.
|NOTE: Background photo was taken in Southeast
Asia. The Jungle Cat lives in riparian areas
from North Africa to Southeast Asia. Photos and text copyright 2009-2012 by Cris Bird.