Cattery of British shorthaired silver & golden shaded cats
founded in the year 2000 when a British stud cat,
Sergeant Pepper was brought from the UK from the
cattery. It is known that this breed originated in Britain
and we decided to set up our own cattery here in Moscow.
Our main aims in doing so were to create the ideal silver
shaded/black-tipped type, improve the quality of this breed
in Russia and to popularise the breed.
The cats of our cattery are taken regularly to licensed,
international shows and have received various awards and
titles. Their quality has been attested to by Russian and
At the cat shows many visitors surround us, attracted by the
beauty and charm of our cats. It is certainly difficult to
go past such cats with their expressive emerald-green eyes,
as if drawn around by a black eye pencil reminding one of a
young polar fox.
The silver shaded colouring has only been around for about
15 years. Before that it was only a colour of Persian
cats. The development of this particular colouring
continues in many countries.
The silver gene gives British shorthaired cats an
affectionate character. They love human contact, they are
intelligent, there is nothing vindictive in their nature.
They are balanced, loving and peaceful animals who like to
be with you constantly but at the same time do not demand
too much. They are a good breed to choose for children
never scratching or revealing their claws even in play and
also make friends with other household pets (we have a dog
and a guinea pig at home too).
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The presence of a silver British shorthaired cat in your
home will bring comfort and contentment and you will be able
to enjoy them as a companion and as something beautiful to
kittens are taught to “go to the toilet” from the
beginning. Their claws are trimmed, they have a scratching
post to avoid damage to furniture and are taught not to
damage house plants. They are vaccinated at 2 months.
If you wish to know more about our kittens on sale click
KITTENS FOR SALE.
We invite colleague breeders to collaborate in the
development of this unique breed.