Anne Lena, I share my life and my passion for "The
Cat" with Etienne. We live surrounded our Abyssinians
to our greatest happiness, without forgetting to mention
our chameleon, Jarod.
2000, I met an Abyssinian for the first time at a pet
show. That day I fell in love with the breed when I first
saw Philae, a blue Abyssinian.
It was Philae who, three years later, bestowed on me the
great favour of giving me our little blue girl, Ulwen
(aka Doudouce) entered our life in May 2003 as our first
Abyssinian and became the matriarch of Ulunlaë Abyssinian
that day, we lived a great love together and my passion
for the Abyssinian breed keeps growing.
Ulwen passed rainbow bridge in june 2016.
you sweet Doudouce and you stay in our hearts for ever!!!
cats live in our home as parts of our family.
We share our time and affection with the group of males
and the group of females though rotations scheduled twice
of our breeding cats are tested FIV, FeLV, PKdef, PRA
,and they are blood typed. They are also tested negative
of T. foetus by InPouchTF test.
goal is to improve the elegant and modern type of my cats,
and the warm colour of my blues and fawns, also to breed
healthy kittens with sweet temperments.
I breed "real abyssinians" and no "ShortHair
somalis". None of my cats is LongHair genes carrier
(4 LH genes tested by UC Davis).