We make it our object to breed healthy, thoroughbred Siamese and Oriental Shorthair with a specificly social nature.
of the fact that their slender and elegant physique and their characteristic
shape of head are based on large groups of genes (so called ‘polygenes’), we
try through selection on these characteristics and line-breeding with lines from
three different continents (America, Australia and
to maintain the
necessary genetic variation. This is to obtain an optimal function of the
immune-system and to prevent in-breeding depression.
we breed the
Preferably we breed theSiamese in the classic colours: seal point, blue point, chocolate point and lilac point, however, in our opinion the cinnamon point – a variety recognized by FIFe per January 1, 2005 – can be breathtaking beautiful.
In order to widen the gene pool of the Siamese and to improve the type in head and body, we extended our breeding programm with the Seychellois (= Siamese with white)which was recognized by FIFe as per 1 January 2006.
As far as the Oriental Shorthair is concerned, our breeding programme encloses – besides the solid (non-agouti) colours like black (ebony), blue, chocolate (havana), lilac (lavendel), cinnamon and fawn – the spotted and blotched tabby patterns, with or without silver foundation, in the colours black, blue, chocolate, lilac, cinnamon and fawn.
Since 2005 we widened our breeding programm with the Oriental Shorthair with white in every possible colour, tabby pattern and quantity of white (bicolour, harlequin and/or van).
is a feast for the eyes to watch such a spotted oriental prowling through the
garden like a panther in the
(Richard Shrake, breeder Arabian Horses)
What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us.
we have done for
others and the world
remains and is immortal.