14th December 2011

Well I must admit this is a first for me lol a new blog within a month of writing the last one lol.  I love this time of year as the kennel business begins to quieten down somewhat and this means more time for me and my girls.  I love it when the cold weather begins and the ground is hard and frosty, which means no mud in the house or smelly Leos either.  I cant wait for the first snow to settle as it will be Tegans first time in the snow and I love to see the reactions for the first time when they run in it.  Last year we had weeks and weeks of it and I have to admit I did begin to get fed up with it but the girls certainly didnt !!!!!

Two weeks ago there was a new edition to my ever growing family and she is absolutely adorable and her name is Tink - Evacats Autumn sunshine, she is a 15 week old British shorthair Blue/cream kitten:-
 

She has only been here 2 weeks and is already showing the Leos who is boss, and takes no prisoners lol I have to admit the girls are not quite sure what to make of her just yet but I dont think it will take them too long.

Have not made it to a couple of shows recently, I made it to Midland Counties Champ Show end of October but only with Xia as Tegan was slightly lame and under Chris Quantrill Xia got 3rd Place in PGB, so I was happy as this is yet again that she has qualified for Crufts next year.  Xia and Tegan were entered for the LCGB Champ Show in November but again I was unable to attend as both girls decided to come into season early, the fun of owning bitches eh lol.  However we did make it to LKA last sunday 11th Dec and under judge Lillian Poulson, Tegan got 1st PB and went on to get BPIB at her very first Champ Show and Xia got 2nd in LB in a strong class and I was please as she is not even three yet.  So I am going to be for the first time showing 2 of my leos at Crufts in March 2012, cant wait.  It was a lovely weekend as Julie Jones (Bavaruki, France) was also staying for the weekend and it will be great when she moves back to UK as we are intending to do a lot more shows next year.

Some more good news also came in today, the male that I wanted to use on my darling Evie, Kabir, has come back N/N on his LPN1 blood test, so I am able to use him.  Thank you to Bev (Kwenobe)  for letting me use her gorgeous boy early next year.  I have watched Kabir grow up from 4 weeks old and he came to stop with me and the girls on several occasions as a pup, whilst Bev was showing Lanta, and he is a fabulous lad with a temperament to be proud of.  He is a big lad, good angulation, correct head, beautiful dark mask, great bone, and I feel that he also has good substance behind him which I need to compliment Evie.  I am sure that if all goes well the pups will inherit both parents beautiful dark masks, rich red coat colouring and great temperament, size and also bone.  I have already had interest in this combination as it is an outcross, but if you are interested please contact me for a chat in the first instance.  Please go to the Litters Page to see pictures and details.

There will be further updates in the next few days, wathc this space, enjoy your visit xxxxx
 

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