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Our Titled Cats

 

 

TICA Lifetime Achiever, International Winner & Treble Regional Winner &

Supreme Grand Champion, Supreme Grand Champion Alter, FIFe Champion & Premier,

LOOF European Champion & GCCF Champion

Amisti Alabama

 

TICA Lifetime Achiever, International Winner & Quadruple Regional Winner, 

Supreme Grand Champion & LOOF International Champion

Amisti Alice Springs

 

TICA Lifetime Achiever, Treble International Winner, Supreme Grand Champion,

FIFe International Champion & LOOF European Champion

Amisti Unawatuna

 

TICA Lifetime Achiever, Double International Winner, Supreme Grand Champion &

FIFe National Winner 2016  & European Champion, LOOF International Champion

Amisti Antonio Vivaldi 

 

TICA Double International Winner & Double Regional Winner & Supreme Grand Champion,

FIFe National Winner 2017, FIFe Champion, LOOF Champion

Bullamoor Beaujangles of Amisti

 

 TICA International Winner & Double Regional Winner & Supreme Grand Premier,

FIFe Premier, LOOF INT Premier and GCCF Champion & Premier

Amisti Parlak Yildiz

 

TICA International Winner, Supreme Grand Champion & LOOF Champion

Tisima Anyu Bliklya of Amisti

 

TICA International Winner and Champion

DK Korzhiks Belinda Reus

 

TICA Treble Regional Winner & Supreme Grand Champion, LOOF Champion

& GCCF Grand Champion

Amisti Guzel Ilkbahar

 

TICA Treble Regional Winner & Supreme Grand Champion & LOOF INT Champion

Namrib Beautilious

 

TICA Treble Regional Winner & Supreme Grand Champion Alter

Amisti Jack Daniels & Soda

 

TICA Double Regional Winner, Supreme Grand Champion & LOOF Champion

Milolika Free Hunter

 

TICA Double Regional Winner & Supreme Grand Champion

Amisti Joshua Fulpila

 

TICA Double Regional Winner & Supreme Grand Champion

Amisti Versuvius

 

TICA Regional Winner & Supreme Grand Champion & LOOF Champion

Amisti For Your Eyes Only

  

TICA Regional Winner & Supreme Grand Champion

Namrib Iliana Tanzanite

  

TICA Regional Winner & Supreme Grand Champion

Esaya Touchof Titian

 

 TICA Regional Winner & Quadruple Grand Champion

Shadycombe Amisti Lilibet

 

TICA Regional Winner & Treble Grand Champion

Danleigh Orion

 

 TICA Regional Winner & Champion

Tansdale Amisti Aramis

 

TICA Regional Winner

Amisti Hercule Poirot

 

TICA Regional Winner

Sushi de Majaka of Amisti

 

TICA Regional Winner

Lucky Paws John Wayne of Amisti

 

TICA Regional Winner

Rhunacraig Amisti Iadoreyou

 

TICA Regional Winner

Amisti Olagunusto Diane

 

TICA Quadruple Grand Champion

Jandouglen Calico

 

 TICA Champion

Amisti Takla Makan

 

TICA Champion

Birmoon Cinnamonspice

 

TICA Champion

Vestol Amasia

 

TICA Champion

Amisti Shenzi


TICA Champion

Amisti Colensoi

 

 TICA & GCCF Champion

Danleigh Isadora

 

 GCCF Champion

Amisti Autumnale

 

 

Photos on this site have kindly been supplied by LARRY JOHNSON,
HELMI FLICK, ROBERT FOX, JAN FRANCIS, KRISSI LUNDGREN,
ANNE WORKER, and ME!

Kurilian Bobtail Breed History Frinton on Sea, Essex

 

The Kurilian Bobtail is a cat which originates from the Kuril Islands between Russia and Japan, and Sakhalin Island and the Kamchatka peninsula of Russia. The original short haired Kurilian is a natural breed, known on the islands for over 200 years. As pets they are popular in Russia and the Far East of Europe and now we bring them to the UK!!

 

The breed is mostly known for its distinctive "pom-pom" kinked, short tail, medium to large, substantially muscular, semi-cobby body, with longer hind legs than fronts, and a rounded, broad, wedge shaped head.Kurilians are not limited to any particular range of coat or eye colours. Kurilians come in all colours and eye colour is not related to coat colour. However, white cats should have either blue or odd eyes. Short or long haired, its most important feature is its fluffy tail with its twists and turns and short length. The back is slightly arched, with hind legs longer than the fronts, similar to the Manx and Cymric cats of the Isle of Man. It does not however suffer from the health issues that affect the Manx, infact the breed is extremely healthy and long lived.


See a great video on the breed here:


http://www.animalplanet.com/tv-shows/cats-101/videos/kurilian-bobtail.htm

The variety is mostly known for its distinctive “pom-pom” kinked, short tail, medium to large, substantial, semi-cobby body, with longer hind legs that front, and a rounded-rectangular, wide face.