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Modern mixed with Moderate

Every Cat considered for breeding must be mentally and physically sound. We try and focus on Modern Style cats, however, not all of our cats are of "extreme" type. We put health above all, then temperament, then lastly, type. While most of our cats can and do show, we are not a cattery that solely focuses on making show winners. We breed for what we think is best, which is razor sharp profiles, balanced earset, green eyes and happy, healthy cats.

My Story:

I started showing cats in 2013 and breeding in 2017. My first litter was from a cat named Clary Sage and she had my foundation Queen, GP/QGC Trailhawk Khajiit. I show in both TICA and CFA and am the founder of the TICA club Crystal Palace Siamese Society. I have written various articles on feline behavior and study everything about cats including genetics. Before I was a breeder, I ran a cats-only rescue called Tiny Tales for 10 years. We rescued, neutered, and placed over 150+ stray and death row cats. We also assisted in hoarder rescues and TNR'd (Trap,neuter, returned) feral cat colonies. Cats have been a lifelong hobby of mine and I am always learning about the different aspects of them. I have recently gotten into learning how to groom cats. When you deal with our cattery you can be assured you are getting a wealth of knowledge from myself, my mentors, and a network of dedicated preservation breeders and rescue enthusiasts. 

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Oriental Longhairs/Balinese are the Longhair cousin breed of the Oriental Shorthair and Siamese.They are often called "slinkies" for obvious reason. They are long, lean cats, many with stunning green/Blue eyes and large, flared out ears. Many are said to be highly intelligent, playful, and demanding. OLH/Balinese range from extremely outgoing with strangers to reserved/one person only cats. However to befriend an OLH/Balinese is to have a loyal cat for life. OLH/Balinese have been known to be great cats to clicker and leash train. 

Orientals are not a good pet for everyone. Busy owners will find that having an oriental can be tough, as these are active, social cats who value cuddling. In colder climates, you may want to provide your thin coated Oriental with a heated bed, since they do get cold easy. Some are destructive like tiny gremlins and have been known to steal objects and hide them. An Oriental must have plenty to do. Some owners have to "baby proof" the home in order to stop a stubborn slinky from stealing the bread.

Orientals/Balinese are mouthy. They will often meow or cry to express emotion, even when its 2am, and you need sleep! Some even have very raspy, downright unplesant voices that only a mother could love. This is not a breed that will be quiet.

This is a cat who is extremely sensitive to anger, change and worry. You can never force them to do anything they do not want to, or you may be sorry. Many need another friendly cat to be friends with. They love to snuggle. 

If you still feel that you would be a good home for one of our slinkies, you are in for an adventure. While they do take more work than a "normal" cat, the reward of sharing your life with these little guys is wonderful. They are almost otherworldly in their ability to understand humans. Once you have shared your life with one, you will never want to be without. 

Note: despite popular belief, these cats are not hypoallergenic and can and do trigger allergies. some owners do report that they trigger them less that other breeds. It varies from individual.

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