Judee shows the Oscillot system, mounted on our demonstration fence, to a couple of visitors to the national cat show
Judee and I travelled to Palmerston North for yesterday’s national cat show in order to demonstrate the Oscillot® cat fence system. It was a great chance to talk with fellow breeders and cat lovers about this ingenious product.
As responsible cat breeders, we want to do all we can to ensure that our low-allergen Siberian kittens have long and happy lives. We know that many of the people who purchase our kittens do not want to keep them indoors, so we looked for a way to let cats go outside, while keeping them safe from traffic, other cats and dogs, poisons, etc.
That’s when we came across the Australian-made Oscillot® system, which can be installed atop most types of fence. We talked with people who had used it, looked at the quality of construction, and decided to become the New Zealand distributors.
Oscillot® is now available from us throughout New Zealand – and you don’t even have to own a low-allergen Siberian cat in order to own the cleverest cat safety system!
To find out more, visit the Cat Containment Systems website at catfence.nz.
Siberian kitten Juniper at 4.5 months old, 22 April 2016
Juniper is a handsome seal lynx point from our latest litter. He is very friendly, being the first of the kittens to greet us each morning, and always coming back for more cuddles throughout the day. He loves to chat and has a wonderful purr.
Juniper’s allergen level is mild-normal, so he is suitable for a home where no one is allergic to cats.
If you think Juniper could be right for you, please contact us as soon as possible.
Wow, we love this photo of gorgeous Gustav (Gus) from the G Litter, who is now one year old!
It’s Gus’s 1st birthday! He’s getting bigger every day it seems, and his coat is getting darker as well. He’s still a chatterbox, and makes us laugh all the time. Such a personality – if cats could talk! We have moved recently and he adapted super well, however did escape outside for a quick minute. I nearly had a heart attack! He was all good though, but now meows like crazy to go out. Not going to happen!
Whanau Living presenter Jenny-May Clarkson meets Siberian kitten JoJo.
We’d like to thank Jenny-May Clarkson and the team at Whanau Living for featuring our Siberian cats on their TV programme this morning.
The segment opens with Jenny-May meeting Judee and Mari, one of our low-allergen Siberians, in a car. This is typically how we introduce people to their kitten, so that they we can gauge their reaction to a particular kitten, unaffected by the other cats in our home.
The programme also features lots of shots of the J Litter kittens at play (they were about 7 weeks old when the video was recorded).