Our hybrids look WILD, & act like sweet loving DOGS hybrid kitten savannah serval bengal chausie exotic cat
Our hybrids look WILD, & act like sweet loving DOGS hybrid kitten savannah serval bengal chausie exotic cat
^ "THUMPER" is a big strong boy (built like a rock). Impressive quad-polydactyl paws with two extra toes on each paw....24 toes! Awesome dark nose. He's impressive. Short video: https://share.icloud.com/photos/07abTks-ynBvORDVdo-rBIw6Q
^ "TIGER" is a good looking boy with some huge double-poly-paws and slight cur steer-horn ears...nice dark nose. Short video: https://share.icloud.com/photos/05dWOKTcR8BlqbFaHJQCsy6oA
^ "NALA" is a pretty girl with impressive double-poly paws, cute steer-horn ears with wild black tufts, and is sweet as pie :) ...short video: https://share.icloud.com/photos/026dGzwzF9hmtXqLJYA7aVA0A
^ "ALASKA" is a unique snow-girl withe rare marble snow pateern. She has impressive quad-poly paws, crystal blue eyes, and extra soft mink-like fur...she's stunning. short video: https://share.icloud.com/photos/02aUPpaTun4V95Q-o_P02LvOA
^ "STORM" is a good-looker with impressive contrast in her coat. Great mask with beautiful dark tear drops...HUGE poly-paws. Short video: https://share.icloud.com/photos/0abZN3to2RCrNnfFQ-dM9xL6Q
^ "ATHENA" is a elegant girl...beautiful extra soft coat...steer-horn wild ear curl, and impressive quad-poly paws. She's impressive. short video: https://share.icloud.com/photos/0d1Ptp2oEG9oSSinBjBsK6CNg
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Personality is far and away the best thing about these hybrids..
Unfortunately I really can't advertise or market that, as you gotta own one to understand one.
...most clients come back for another (and another after that :) ...these hybrids are like loving loyal dogs trapped in a cat-suit (without the difficult dog maintenance). hybrid kitten savannah serval bengal chausie exotic cat
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Our lucky higher % hybrid studs give the cubs a wilder look & overall better disposition ...the #1 feedback we get is how amazing they act...their temperament, in my opinion, is the very best thing about them. I wish I could advertise that better...but it's only in spending time with them that this can be achieved. Clients are first drawn to their amazing looks, but the compliment we hear most often is how loving, fun, and sweet they are to own.
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Breeding "outside the box" gave our cubs a unique look, and made them more fun ~ they became happier and extremely patient with my 4 youngsters. I'm impressed how empathetic they are with younger kids. And the Bobcat addition has, in my opinion, truly perfected our hybrids. After doing this for 15 years, our hybrids have "just the right amount" of wild blood ~ you wouldn't want any more. More wild blood could make a bad pet in the long run. These hybrids are PURRfect!
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There's a legend that "a real Bobcat female successfully bred with a domestic male cat." Had I not seen for myself, I never would've believed it. When I met the offspring it was a true WOW moment. With all the feline hybrids out there, we hear about certain breeds maybe originating from a Bobcat. Rumor has it that different Lynx hybrids might have lineal descent from the Bobcat. But I've never witnessed a hybrid that truly looked like a Bobcat, nor seen any scientific proof of actual Bobcat DNA...until now. This particular Bobcat hybrid DNA has been proven and documented at the Veterinary Genetics Laboratory School of Veterinary Medicine: University of California-Davis. The BOBCAT female was bred by a domestic Bengal/Ocicat male. She birthed amazing F1 Bobcat hybrids. I've never been luckier to adopt this line of the rarest of hybrids...honored & lucky to offer the most unique hybrid kitten in the world: the BOBCAT hybrid.
Khaleesi is a big 75% F1 Serval. She's as beautiful as they get. It's hard to tell the difference between Khleesi and a real Serval.
Lioness is a large girl...has long legs and if she was roaming around outside, a neighbor would probably call and warn me that a mountain lion is loose in my yard :) ...amazingly gourgeous. All the "bells & whistles" you'd want in a wild hybrid beauty. We are in LOVE with the personality and look of the Jungle hybrid. I like her thick muscle structure and wicked eyes...simply amazing.
If cats were cars, Cougar is a Rolls Royce. She is magnificent...has fluorescent green eyes. I could stare at her all day :) Her coat is spectacular ~ a golden reddish fawn, with dark shades (referred to as "ticked") ...my favorite looking cat of this cattery. If I had a wild hybrid beauty contest, this girl would give our Queens a run for their money. She didn't want to walk or stand for the pictures. It's safe to say my new Jungle girls are a bit camera shy. Cougar has a intimidating deep wild purr/growl and it's safe to say the coyotes keep their distance from our home. If their was a ever a fight between our Kings/studs and Queens, I'd bet everything on Cougar...in fact, I'm confident she'd back down a girizzly bear.
The Chausie we refer to as "Jungle-cat hybrid" ...developed by breeding the wild "Jungle Cat" to any domestic cat. The wild "Jungle Cat" is the largest of the living Felis species, native to Asia...also found in Egypt and India. They live in savannahs, forests, and along rivers and lakes.
These hybrids have big wild ears with awesome black tufts at the points. They have a wild looking golden brown coat, much like the Cougar and Puma. Their long legs remind me of our local mountain lions here in Southern California.People tend to favor the Savannah cats due to their remarkable spotted pattern. My opinon, these beauties are as pretty as any Savannah we have. For 15 years, we've worked on crossing Serval, Bobcat, and Asian Leopard blood with the Jungle-cat. In my opinion, we have the ideal hybrid: looks wild, and acts loving/loyal...the Jungle-cat adds thicker muscle mass and seems to boost the overall health/athleticism of the hybrid; we think the offspring resemble a "traditional Savannah on steroids" :) Please know we are not into cat shows...we just want the best PET with the wildest look. We respect the great traditional Chausie breeders out there. Our hybrids are for people that just want a fun loving loyal pet that looks amazingly unique/wild.
These F1 Jungle queens are FANTASTIC...so lucky to have them. They were raised together (sisters) and look as wild as any cougar, mountain lion, puma, or lioness you'd watch on the Discovery channel.These BIG girls are intimidating ~ their presence has made them the true queens of our little house jungle. They're impressively athletic and extremely intelligent...so lovingly loyal and devoted ~ truly dog-like companions.
"Saber" isour very own lil' black panther...a rare F2 MELANISTIC (black) SAVANNAH. Melanistic Savannahs are rumored to originate from melanistic Servals (which can be found in the densely forested areas of its range). SHE PRODUCES AWESOME KITTENS!!! I'd say she is our most requested, as far as kittens go (she throws our famous "White-Tiger" line). Her kitties are truly gorgeous/exquisite!
...Saber is a mysterious girl and very intimidating to look in the eye...But sweet as pie. We LOOOOVE her so much. Her cubs have the best markins, contraat, etc...all the bells & whistles.
Our F2 Savannah "Stella" is about as beautiful as a hybrid gets. This lady knows she's quite a DIVA ;)
She's a BIG girl. My youngest daughters love to "try" to pick her up. Stella has a lot of patience with and is awesome with the kids. She's also a wonderful mama to her kitttens...and will help foster other cubbies :)
Pictured here with her dad "Bugsy" (a true wild Asian Leopard), Queen CHAKA is as colorful and pretty as any animal I've seen. I wouldn't recommend owning a 1st generation ALC as a pet. But she is quite a amazing breeder. Anything from her is sure to be a jaw-dropper. Thank God our studs mellow out the lineage and have proven to make the perfect cubs...the Asian Leopard can be a bit high strung, so it's important you breed with peaceful, mellow, easy-going stud...our studs are exactly that :)
Sahara is a daughter to our world famous F1 Bobcat Queen Katie. She throws amazing F3 Bobcat cubs...we've kept a few males, in hopes one might prove fertile. And of the three males we've kept from Sahara, one has proven fertile. We call him TANK...and he's just that ~ built like a feline tank. He's a rockstar here and one of our top studs. EVERYONE loves cubs from Sahara.
...more on Sahara's mother ~ F1 Bobcat Katie: the verification test went as follows: UC Davis tested the true wild female bobcat ("Sophie") and then the ocicat/bengal stud ("Max"). Then followed with testing the kittens. The kittens matched the parents, proving they were offspring of the female bobcat and the male ocicat/bengal. We believe this line is the only proven Bobcat hybrid lineage in the world.
Nala is a daughter to our world famous F1 Bobcat Queen Katie. I was lucky to land the only proven Bobcat line from Bion Kirk of Jungle Mountain Exotics. With the Bobcat hybrids, I notice the F1 and F2 Bobcats are a bit "too wild" but the F3's truly imprint/bond as well as any hybrid I've seen. Nala throws amazing lovable cubbies. They're particular to those they trust, and LOVE to play...a ton of fun, and noticeably extra sweet once they know you..."just the right amount" of Bobcat blood ~ you wouldn't want any more :)
Rare Fertile F3 Stud "TANK"
LOOK AT THIS GUY! after a few years we're excited to have a massive Bobcat hybrid stud. TANK proved fertile as a high % F3 Bobcat / Savannah-Lynx at 18 months. He's absolutely huge! ...and still growing. It wouldn't surprise me to see Tank reach 40 lbs. This might be the only proven Bobcat lineage in the world (UC Davis Veterinary Genetics Laboratory). Tank has made a lot of clients HAPPY...his cubs are amazing. He's sweet, easy-going, intelligent, loyal, and playful.
...another high % rare fertile stud. We call him "ICEBERG"...he's been the greatest...sweetest boy we've ever known. Personality is incredible! Clients come back for a 2nd kitty and request "anything from iceberg!" This guy is a 4th generation fertile Savannah/Lynx hybrid. He came from the breeding of a F3 Savannah Queen to a huge Lynx stud. Our repeat-adopters consistently request and LOVE the huge Poly paws and wild curled ears. This big guy looks like something you'd find in the jungle :)
"Big-Foot" is another rare F3 stud. We're LUCKY to have a fertile F3. He comes from a F2 Jungle Queen (Chausie) hybrid named "Zunie," who we bred with our F6 Savannah "Don Juan DeMarco" to get some Savannah characteristics and spotting. Big Foot is fantastic ~ a high percentage Jungle stud with "a little Savannah blood." This works well when he breeds our F1/F2 queens.
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Nothing better than these hybrids having friends to grow up with....they absolutely LOOOVE anything they're raised with. And it's great for them to have another pet best buddy to be with during those times their human isn't home :)
Any kitty from here would absolutely LOOOVE any existing pet you already have...they think they are dogs...I raise our kittens with 4 young children, 2 dogs, and other cats :)
They're loving, smart, playful, affectionate, etc. I used to tell clients they'll get along with anything, other than birds (assuming it would want to eat a bird)....then a client proved me wrong when she sent photos of her two hybrids sleeping with 30 baby parrots (she breeds birds :) ...they'll LOVE anything and anyone they're raised with. And they're so very intelligent with younger kids...I see them treat my youngest daughter extra patiently and sweet. They have empathy...it's awesome.
Any space works. I have clients in 350 sq ft New York studio high rises as well as acreages in Montana....they're fine with wherever they're raised...they just want to be with you. You don't own them, they own you :)
Being a F2 or F3 kitten with impressive sized parents, all our hybrid kittens have great size potential. But the only way you're guaranteed great size/height is with a F1 male. With F1's I tell clients: don't do it. THEY DO NOT MAKE A GOOD PET...definitely not for everyone. Typically anything F2-F3 and lower is significantly smaller than the F1s everyone falls in love with pictures online (servals and F1 males). But with that said, we've definitely had some monsters come out of this cattery :)
Really difficult to predict size. With our kitties, any could very well end up a huge monster...but with size, It's difficult trying to guess/predict...it's the million dollar question I receive daily :) Sometimes a couple kittens in a litter will grow up to be huge, while another kitten from same litter doesn't get as big.
Regardless, these hybrids think they are big :) ...also, feeding them a good high protein diet will help maximize size potential...with our F2/F3s in the past, some are noticeably larger while others aren't much bigger than a regular domestic, but make up for it with their amazing athleticism, muscle-structure, and the most celebrated: personality. In my 20+ years owning wild cats and hybrids, the only time you can assure a X-LARGE cat is adopting a F1 male. But in my opinion, the cons outweigh the pros with that...and it's a hefty price. "Khaleesi" is our F1 Savannah queen (we also have a F1 ALC, famous F1 Bobcat, and a couple F1 Jungle-Cats)...Khaleesi is amazing to look at, but I wouldn't wish her on anyone ;) ...she loves me one second and sits on my lap purring, then a few seconds later can't help herself from attacking my feet the minute I walk away (sinking her teeth into my calf/achilles).
More about SIZE: a little while back, a happy client (who adopted nearly 5 years ago from us) sent a photo of her F3 claiming it to be 35 lbs! ...NEVER would I have thought that would've happened...truly a mystery...and she feeds it normal dry cat food from walmart. And a client from the same exact litter sends us photos of medium sized hybrid...it makes no sense...in all my experience, I really think it's a "luck" thing with size. I will say this: in all my years of owning, the size thing hasn't meant much to our clients after adopting. We get testimonials always boasting about how amazing these hybrids act.
I too want the huge size, but once I own it: it's the last thing I notice each day. I will say that anything in the past year from our bobcat line has gotten bigger than usual. I sent a kitty to Northern Cali a while back that was already 13 pounds at 17 weeks...name was "Rhino" ...the guy looked like a real bobcat :)
My opinion: what's most fulfilling in owning these goofy cubs is that second to none personality. Looks and personality is definitely the goal here...and of course size. We have nothing but LARGE breeding queens and studs...it's our top goal in breeding. But that darn size thing is so hard to understand. Hope this kinda helps answer the size question ...chances are a hybrid from here will be bigger than a typical cat. And maybe he/she'll get huge. But I can't guarantee it. Telling you he/she'd reach a huge size wouldn't be fair. Many breeders tell you that to assure a sale, but it's not honest. And to sell you a F1 to make sure you get that 25+ pound hybrid ~ in my opinion, that would be worse. I wouldn't wish a F1 on my worst enemy ;)
Are you certain you want a F1?
For what it's worth: I have this saying ~ "friends don't let friends get a F1!" (unless adopting for breeding purposes) ...unless you wanted a ripped achilles and house that gets urinated on a 100 times a day :)
...I've owned several: they're ok as breeders, although don't breed often, and don't birth many (most important: 90% of the time ~ are awful "pets").
"Khaleesi" is our F1 Savannah queen (we also have a F1 Bobcat who’s one of the the only in the world, a F1 ALC and a few F1 Jungle-cats)...Khaleesi is amazing to look at, but I wouldn't wish her on anyone ;) ...she loves me one second and sits on my lap purring, then a few seconds later can't help herself from attacking my feet the minute I walk away (sinking her teeth into my calf/achilles). It's in a F1's DNA to stalk and hunt anything (once you turn your back) ...and that's why they have the "ocelli" markings on their ears ~ so it looks like they have eyes in the back of their head (for protection from ambush predators ~ like they are). It's in their blood...you can't "train" it out of them.
I wouldn't wish a F1 on my worst enemy.
(NOTEWORTHY: when we 1st started out 15 years ago, I sold several F1s...99% were returned before two years old...they were BIG, but AWFUL as pets)...and gosh they are pricey. Worst of all: not all F1s will continuously use a litter box...nothing worse than living in a house that stinks of cat urine (regardless if you get them spayed/neutered). Basically your home becomes their litter box. And they will "spray" to mark things as "theirs"...(100's of times per day)..
Typically when you neuter or spay prior to sexual maturity ~ the cat won’t spray (not unless it's a F1)
Some people have had great success with a F1...just wanted to give you my 2 cents :) ...put your money towards something that will reciprocate the loce you give it (that probably won't happen with a F1)
With the allergy issue ~ I'm deathly allergic to most cats...always have been. I make sure to wash my hands after holding/playing/petting. ..I have no more issues with these hybrids than I do with dogs...with a typical domestic cat, I can't even be in the same room ~ my eyes itch, turn red, my throat swells and nearly closes... So in my personal experience, there are far less allergy problems with the wild blooded hybrids than the typical domestics. Some breeders claim wild hybrids are "hypoallergenic," ~ I disagree, as I don't think any animal is that way.
My advice is with any animal fur: make sure not to touch your eyes after until hands are rinsed.
It's a really neat thing when they have the poly paws.
We breed in hopes of all our cubs inheriting it, but not all of them do.
...there's lots of myths out there where the poly-paws came from. We hear it came from the bobcat, but who knows :)
For 15 years now, the polydactyl paws are what our clients typically request, so we try to breed them that way....and often the cubs get the traditional paws (so we do have both)...I personally would take the big poly paws before anything else. I feel the hybrid looks bigger and stronger with those big snowshoes :) It's almost like a super-mutation "super-power" like Hulk, Wolverine, or Superman would get...and in watching these cubs wrestle all day, the poly-pawed ones dominate the boxing ring...I've witnessed it being a definitive advantage over those that have traditional paws.
None of our cubs have ever had any health problems with the extra toes...in fact I feel just the opposite, as the poly paw'd hybrids seem to be much stronger/healthier/dominant because of those paws. They dominate the non-polys :)
The poly-paw'd cubs always sell for more...like a sportscar with extra horsepower :)
No hybrid or domestic will ever spray, as long as you have him/her neutered/spayed BEFORE reaching sexual maturity.
If the cat reaches sexual maturity prior to getting altered, it will most likely spray. And a true wildcat and often a F1 will spray regardless.
(another reason why owning a wildcat or F1 is a bad idea :)
*We've never had a client report any spraying problem.
If someone alters their cat after sexual maturity, it makes no difference ~ as it still will spray. This goes for all cats (domestic and hybrid).
Most Vets recommend altering hybrids at 4-6 months.
...as far as vaccinations go: any young hybrid from here will have had his/her 1st distemper vaccine, and he/she'll need another two with you. Vets these days offer & recommend the "Purevax" rabies vaccine. It's nonadjuvanted nor any other additives, so is perfectly fine.
She/he will have had 2 dewormers (we use Drontal)...and she/he will have had a special precautionary flea/earmite prevention treatment twice before leaving.
Currently, only American Airlines and Alaska Air is shipping.
We've been shipping for 15 years. The kitties are perfectly fine...never had a issue.
We accept both PayPal & Venmo.
We also accept bank-to-bank wire transfer (Wells Fargo).
Locally, we accept cash or check (or options above).
1. What do you do for them as far as daily diet goes? (What food, how much)
• 24/7 access to water bowl.
• The kittens always have access 24/7 to a dry food bowl of Cat Chow naturals made by purina...
• For the 1st 6 months to a year (or however long you wish), we give a shake-like meal of cooked boneless chicken blended with water. I'd give the kitten 1-2 cups, or however much it wants to eat. 1-2 times a day...this is great for the kitten, and cheaper than that darn dry food :)
Feeding them well makes them healthy/happy and maximizes size potential.
* Noteworthy: the cat does not need the more expensive foods. It's fine eating the "Cat Chow Naturals" alone...they also LOVE the wet cans of "Fancy Feast" (available at any grocery store).
Please understand any change of diet, unless high in protein, could possibly cause diarrhea.
* This diet is NOT mandatory ~ the kitten would be fine eating any high protein cat food.
2. Is there anything specific I should avoid using/giving this particular breed of kitten (treats, toys, food, etc.)?
No need to get any fancy expensive gifts...they LOVE the laser pointer...will chase it for hours :)
They LOVE the feather toy...and stick with feather attached to the end...just don't let them catch it while you waive it around (or the feathers will be torn off real quick ;)
Also they'll play tug-of-war with anything (like a dog)...they like to chase a ball, and will learn to fetch and bring it back :)As far as treats go, every cat is different. Whatever you see fit. I give some stinky fresh fish every now and then...they go NUTS :) Also, especially during the hot months of the year ~ we recommed getting a "all natural" litter. We use a wheat-base litter called "Swheat" litter. But, TIDY CATS clumping litter is just fine too...(and much less expensive)
3. Once the kitten gets home, any suggestions making it comfortable?
Your kitten is used to being with his/her siblings and my family...they are scared/lonely now and need to be around you as much as possible to bond/imprint. Keep them in a small confined area. They are used to that. They do not wander much as kittens. Most important: they need to know where their new litter-box is. I suggest any small room (a bathroom works great). This will be the place they can get to know you and learn to trust you. Then slowly, let the kitty out and make sure it still knows where that litter-box is. Soon, they will grow comfortable in their new environment and can wander anywhere. The nature of a hybrid is to hide whenever it is spooked. The new home will definitely be a scary situation for the kitty. Please be patient with him/her and he/she will learn very quick. Remember, you don't own them, they own you. It takes time to win over their trust. But once you do, it's the greatest relationship you'll have with a pet :)
4. Should I make a place for it to sleep or do you offer any advice where they like to be?
We use plastic containers as kitty-forts...just a typical 20 gallon plastic container you can buy cheap at Walmart or Home Depot. Lay down a towel/blanket, turn it upside down and cut a hole or two for openings to enter/exit. They feel safe in there and love to have a "fort" to play in, retreat to, hide stuff, sleep, and hide (while ready to stalk/pounce on you :) ...this little home makes them feel safe. I attached a photo.
5. Any advice on litter-box?
We use the same style of litter-box as is the container-fort they sleep in / play in. Reason being, the high walls are great...this keeps the cat from kicking the litter outside of the box. A normal pet-store litter-box has short walls (which the kicked sand flies right over ~ all over your floors). Don't worry, the cat will have no problem jumping in :)
Also, buy the sturdier/bigger litter scoop. It will last forever and make your cleaning job much easier/better and faster....as a kitten, something with lower sides is easier to hop in :) ...we use Tidy Cats clumping litter.
6. Any advice on discipline for when the kitten misbehaves?
HA! They don't know they're misbehaving...and they are truly near perfect pets :)...they LOVE to play. Every now and then a kitten will want to bite (just like puppies do). To fix this problem, rub some soft soap over the area of your hand or arms that they want to bite/play. A couple tastes of the soap and that biting problem is fixed for life...they learn quick :) They think you are their best friend ~ you're their brother/sister/mother/father all in one.
7. Anything else?Best advice I can give anyone is "get another!" If cats could talk, I bet the 1st thing they'd say is, "2 is better than 1!" They LOVE growing up alongside another animal ~ cat, dog, or anything...doesn't matter. They love whoever they're raised with. I can't imagine our cats not having each other. It's awesome for them to have a friend for when their human isn't home. This isn't essential, but sure makes the hybrid's life happier. (this is no attempt to sell you another cat...a shelter cat is great too!
Any other questions you may have or advice you need, please never hesitate to call/text/email.
On Sun, Aug 7, 2022 at 10:16 PM yi wang wrote:
5 years ago I bought Maximus from you. He is now a big boy and still , the center of my world. I think it is a good time to take a second kitty. If it possible, would you be able to inform me when you have black/silver girls ? I hope to reserve one in advance. Best regards, Cathy Wang
mel blas <rollrite2mel>To:Jimmy NolanSat, Jul 23 at 3:05 PM
Hi, Jimmy....Wanted to let you know Xena is fabulous cat and your description of her and the jungle cat personality fits her perfectly. We had her fixed last month and is back to her normal self. We always mention where we got Xena and enjoy sending business your way.
Mia Gonzalez <miadanielagonzalez>
Sat, Mar 5 at 10:04 AM
I purchased a beautiful lynx/Savannah mix from you about 3 years ago, my beloved Babu (originally named Picasso). He came from a litter of Iceberg and Saber.
He is truly the most special creature that brings so much love and happiness to everyone that meets him.
I am interested in purchasing a second kitten from you, for my brother.
I saw what you had available on the site but was wondering if you could send over some more photos of what is currently available.
Would be great if it could be another kitten from Iceberg but doesn’t have to be necessarily.
Thank you so much!
To: Jimmy Nolan <taran>Sent: Monday, February 28, 2022, 01:05:27 PM PSTSubject: Re: Hi Mel :)
I wanted to give you a update on Xena. Everything you said about her in the profile is 100% accurate. I was blessed with Bions' Pixie Bob for almost 15 years, but somehow Xena mixture as you mentioned in your comments, is beyond anything I've experienced and rivals my champion blood line German Shepard many years ago. She eats Koa's food and some of hers and than brushes her bowl, as though to hide it, for later. We are going to give her a Rabies shot. Too many animals get in our backyard. I'm told Purevax is the best for cats. Please feel free to use any of this in your website.
On Saturday, February 26, 2022, 11:10:33 AM PST, wendy alamia <wendyalamia> wrote:
Sorry if I already sent this to you, just update on his first week. Hes been wonderful and rarely makes a peep. Does attack and victory growl at his toys. He is a very busy boy but so willing to please and the word NO is one hes more than willing to abide by since he was told no before he put his paw on the woodstove glass and felt the heat. Thankfully it wasn't on long but enough to be uncomfortable and get the warning word and respect for the stove for future. He jumped on the counter just once, same as the table and after a sharp NO! He now enjoys sitting quietly without jumping up. Mike even ate bacon with him sitting in spare chair pulled out from table so he could watch. As soon as he started to enter mikes eating space he was told No and he immediately laid down and was chill until we were done eating. Then he runs off and brings a toy for us to throw for him. He loves to fetch! Mike upped the antie and got a big bowl of chicken stew with same results. I wouldnt leave him alone right now with temptation but hes really trustworthy when he knows its something we are watching lol. He has energy but is also such a lap cat. He will sit on my lap and watch movies for hours if the show is interesting. He likes westerns watching the horses run. We havent left him alone yet but plan to today for couple hours while we run to town. His batteries are usually drained at 1:45 daily and he naps hard for 3 hours so going to leave him then in hopes hes too tired to cause trouble. He has run of house when we are here and locked in our room at night where thankgod he likes to just snuggle and sleep all night. We really love our adopted son. Hope alls well as can be expected with you guys. Were always thinking of your wonderful family.
Debbie Peterman <mexicanqt1228>
To:Jimmy NolanTue, Feb 1 at 9:03 AMZorah is adjusting very well. She’s social and playful and very loving , kisses. Older cat is starting to get use to her. I love that she continues to pursue our older cat even though Roxy isn;'t too interested 🤣🤣🤣 Zorah knows she’s not the Alpha. They're going to be best friends any minute.
Hope all is well with your family
Scott kent <skent2@>
To:Jimmy NolanSat, Jan 28 at 4:32 PMGood afternoon!
A little update on Perfection. He was neutered and I had him chipped. Both procedures went very well. He is a big hit with my extended family and it getting plenty of attention. He’s eating well and is hydrated and knows every hiding spot in my house 😂. Would be nice to reunite him with his brother possibly at some point. Is he still available?He helps with me with all my paperwork! (see photo) My family and friends love him and he is so well adjusted. My house is his palace now! I make your protein shake but he seems to favor the Fancy Feast and dry cat food you recommended but I will keep mixing it up! Thanks again and I will keep you posted.
To:Jimmy NolanFri, Sep 3 at 4:55 PM Hi Jimmy, I hope you and your family are doing well. I'm so in love with Rigel, she is everything you said she would be and more. She is so beautiful! More than that she is the most loving and intelligent pet I've ever owned, she is literally my best friend. I would love to get a companion for her, are you expecting any litters soon? Regards Katie, Lilah and Rigel
On Wed, Jul 14, 2021 at 10:54 AM Teresa Ingalls <tbingalls> wrote:
Tank is probably one of the best pets we have ever had. He is a wonderful couch potato and greets everyone who comes through our doors. He’s fabulous with our grandchildren and our other dogs. Only one of the other cats has not accepted him yet. We’re working on that one 😊. I do need his birth date for the vet records. Thank you both for raising such amazing animals. Prayers each day for your family. I’m praying you are healing and getting some rest. You’re an amazing father, husband and caregiver, but you might be neglecting yourself. Your health is just as important. All the best. Terre Ingalls
Sun, May 23, 2021, 03:54:29 PM PDT, <karen.karimi>
I just wanted to send an update about Tiberius (whose prior name was "Tiger"). It's been 6 weeks since I picked him up and brought him back (he super chill on the plane ride), and he has settled so beautifully into his new home. I have to say.., he really is just the BEST cat. He's super vocal, talking all the time and telling me what he wants (like when he wants to play fetch! One day he brought me his toy randomly and began playing fetch without any direction from me, it was amazing). He's a good listener, will sometimes respond to his name, and he knows when I turn the lights off that it's time to go to the bedroom for sleep (he's usually a cuddler). At this point I already love him (like really, really love him!!). In your experience, what age would be best for Tibi to get a sibling? We're definitely bonding but I want to make sure he's comfortable first before inviting another cat into his space. And you were right! I'm addicted now :) What litters do you have coming up?
Karen & Tiberius
pchapd@***Wed, Feb 10 at 10:35 PM Hi Jimmy,
Noosk (Ms Wolverine) has grown into an incredible family member! She is bright, inquisitive and loving. Pic attached.Her companion is almost 19 and is beginning to show his age. I’m thinking of adding another member to the household. I’m hoping you might have a suggestion or two. F2 female would work.My sincere condolences. Good thoughts and prayers for your family.
acrase83 <acrase83>Fri, Aug 14 at 11:31 AM
Hi Jimmy & Fam 😁I can't wait to pick up Avalanche! Hopefully it'll start cooling down in the next couple weeks! We're having a heat wave of 100 plus for the next week or so.I love coming home to Kiara and Gunner they are goofy and make me laugh lol. I swear they know when things are not right and either want to cuddle with me or just racearound being crazy to make me laugh lol. I can't wait for Avalanche to join in on the fun 😁 Hope everything calms down soon! Hugs to you and your family! Warm regards,Ash & Family
Wes Campbell <campbell_w>
Mon, Aug 10 at 6:40 AMHi Jimmy,
Just wanted to give you a little update. Kahn is doing great. Very much a part of our family and fully relaxed into his new setting. He still doesn’t love dry food but will happily eat wet food and chunks of fish that Xander catches in the river. We have gotten to witness some of the fun habits of a hybrid. His hunting techniques are fun to watch and quite effective on his stuffed animals and he has the ability to sit up on just his hind legs for a time and then even jump from there. It’s quite impressive. He is also starting to fill out. Just in the last few weeks he has put on almost 2lbs. Considering he is just over 4 months, he seems quite big to me. Biggest thing is that he is healthy and happy. Thanks for helping make him part of our family.
Wes and the kids.
From: laytravsav <laytravsav> Date: 7/28/20 8:54 PM (GMT-08:00) Subject: Hi from Bulldozer
Just a quick hello from Bulldozer and fam. Attached are some pics from a week ago(check out that tongue). He's already way bigger now...anyways he's doing incredible. We are so in love with him. He is one special boy with no shortage of love and attention here. Great eater, great entertainer and great snoozer too as he is so very active. What an athlete we have so he fits right in with our fam that's for sure!! Haha! Hope you are all well!Dozer and Fam
Scott Wood <gswood6570>
Thu, Jul 4 at 8:52 PMHi Jimmy,
Glad to hear that your daughter is doing great. Thanks for all the info. You may be the only bobcat hybrid breeder out there. I am grateful to have one of your cats. He is exactly how you described and I appreciate honest people. We love this cat! He eats more than our dog. He is having a blast and it’s nice to have so much joy in the house. Immediately bonded with us.Thank you for flying him out here :)
It was nice to meet Tar, she complimented my son. Made me proud.We named him Django and now my wife is talking about getting another one of your cubs. We will need to wait until our house is done.
I am attaching a video of a 400 lb bear. I spotted him sleeping under a tree. I jumped off the wheeler and stalked him for a pic. So cool, sucks that the footage was from my phone. When he crossed my trail, he was only 25 feet away. So awesome.
B <allibrede>To:Jimmy NolanTue, Jun 30 at 6:06 PMGood Day Nolans!
Happy 4th of July week!
I am sending a dropbox video of Sir Rupert McGee enjoying my dogs bathtub (outdoor plastic pool).I remember one of the questions you had was if Rupert enjoyed water contact. He does!He goes walktime with me and Gertrude everyday in the park behind our house like a dog. He comes when called by name. Also our little Norwegian Lars goes with us as well. Im not sure if you were able to view the video of Sir Rupert running on the big cat wheel, but he does full body long stride sprints! Crazy full stride! I attached a dropbox video of him running a few qeeks ago.He is the best! He is huge! He is so much larger than I couldve imagined!
I hope all is well for your family in these tough times.
Clif & Alli
Rachel Paul <redrach07>Wed, Jun 24 at 12:46 PM
So I thought I’d drop an email! Make sure you guys are still good with all this craziness!
We get people telling us all the time that our two wild ones are making the social distancing better! Everyone says sweet & cute Eyja is the kindest kitty they know. They always ask if her little meow is real it’s so tiny and cute! She has a lot of friends around here! Odin has a little larger fan base only because he’s gotten cat-napped before and when he was first sent here he lived at my moms for almost two weeks because she wouldn’t give him back! Lol then he’d ride in the car over to her house and hangout and her neighbors fell in love with him and want him to come back so bad! They actually just asked me where we got him and info about it! (the husband is allergic to cats so she wants to see if he could handle “Odin” fur) lol but they might contact you! No one's allergic to these hybrids so far. It’s Jen Romney if she does! I told her she needs to come meet Eyja! She’d love her!
...Odin is now too big to fit in “cat stuff” so we have to buy dog beds for him we thought okay, we’ll get a cat “doggie door” window insert so the cats can get in easier... well it worked for all but Odin... he got stuck... poor little big guy! He broke his cat tower too... he was too heavy and didn’t fit thru the hole got frustrated and broke it... so I didn’t want to “I’m not a normal cat size” shame him! So we just reinforced his cat towers and condos and most things a few have broken under his weight and because they are dog beds and it’s hard to put them on things he sometimes has a little tumble (mainly he’s sleeping and rolls off...) but he’s figuring it out. He had a slight meltdown the other day when Eyja finally came home from hunting or what not... we locked all three in the house because the weather was dropping and it was a massive storm. So Odin had a meltdown because too many girls were in his space... he has meltdowns sometimes and just needs a little more love and his time with you... lol he’s hilarious.
Eyja is just happy to be home eats sleeps loves repeat... she’s pretty easy. Well I hope all is well! I didn’t know Evan built him an entire three room apartment upstairs... including a trundle daybed with pillows and blankets, kitty tent, toys, litter box .... I never see him! Now, I know why! I’d stay up there too! I went upstairs today to see him I got death glare and a look like “hey you can’t just walk in here! This is my place!” I tried to carry him back upstairs and he jumped out of arms and yelled at me then basically told me I wasn’t welcome upstairs..., in my own home lol I kinda have to laugh I feel like I have a teenager “who no one ever understands!” (Like a 16 year old girl!) anyway, I think he’s well over 30 pounds now... he’s grown again (taller, not much more in weight yet) he’s a big boy! ... as soon as he’ll let me actually go up there again I’ll take some photos of him and Eyja ... he lets her come hang out with him when she’s actually home for a few days... lol ...my neighbors know my hybrids better than my husband and I. They make friends wherever they go
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Tye Perry <tye>
Thurs, June 11 at 9:15 AM
Hey Jimmy, They’re looking really solid and healthy playing hard 24/7. I’ve been making that chicken shake with salmon and goats milk. These cats have such amazing personalities they’ve definitely been life changing. Thanks again for all the extra information I’ll continue to send you pictures as they get older.
On Wednesday, June 3, 2020, 2:50:34 PM PDT, The Manager <spotsrus> wrote:
Hi - Ms. "Thor" has settled in so easily and so well. She is bold, sweet, not afraid of anything in her new environment. She is super playful and gentle with her claws. We are so in love with her !!! Thank you so much,
Kelly Mcandrew <sillymoodesigns>To:TarMon, Jun 1 at 8:58 AM
Good morning Jimmy !!! We have fallen SO hard in love with this baby we can hardly stand it !!! 😍😍😍
It’s only been 4 days and he is already running up to us and purring so loudly!
The biggest blessing is how Mike is reacting. Mike is more of a dog person and I knew he would love this new baby but I had no idea he would be so obsessed AND he is barely having any allergic symptoms at all !
Mike is the *most* cat-allergic person I’ve ever met. One time, we had a month-long visitor with a cat but the cat stayed in our basement the entire time. Mike would come home from work and his eyes would start watering as soon as he walked in the house.
So this further proves Harley is truly a magical creature and destiny has clearly brought us all together 😍
Although we are staying in the moment and enjoying every delicious second, we can’t help talking about getting a second kitty from you asap :)
Thank you guys so, SO much !!!
Wes Campbell <campbell_>Thu, May 28 at 9:41 AMThank you both for helping to bring Kahn to be part of our family. Tar, it was wonderful to meet you today. Your spirit is so bright that Téa was convinced after meeting you she should have left with you to nanny for your kids. Jimmy, it has truly been a pleasure the whole time. Hopefully we will get to meet some day soon.
Kahn only cried for a few minutes on the way home. He has already used the litter box, eaten some chicken tuna goats milk, drank some water and is now napping with Téa while she does home work. Xander typically does not care for cats but is as excited as a 7 year old on Christmas. We could not be happier. Hopefully we all stay in touch as I don’t believe this will be the last one of your cubs that may join our little tribe. Be well and talk to you soon.
Peanut Playz <vanessa888t>
Fri, May 22 at 6:15 PM
We bought a cat from you last October and he is PERFECT and so happy. Sadly our older cat passed away a couple months ago. So I think we are ready for the second one from you now. We are interested in Rock or Spot. Can you send me more photos and both of their parents photos please? Personally I'm a big fan of Iceberg, I'm going to wait for something as cool as him...please see attached photos of our "Mozart" trying his potential of playing piano, even drinking! Ha ha... He's doing great.
Anyway, please reserve the cutest one for us, and send me the photos as soon as you can! We would like something with the curly ears. Thanks again for our beautiful boy. We just love him. He has the greatest personality and cuteness. He's such a character. You've done a great job, that’s why we'd like to have another one from you. Thank you!Vanessa
Hans M <hans>To:TarWed, May 20 at 4:06 PMGood Day Jimmy,
Mufasa is doing incredible he is beyond the joy of our life and the happiest most carefree cat we have ever had he is also amazingly loyal!!! We want another :) Any available kittens? Wow Black Panther is gorgeous!!! He’s not the color we’re looking for but he's beyond incredible!!! We want one of your white cubs. I hope that you all are off to a Safe and Joyous Memorial Day Weekend....
Thank You & RegardsHans W. MathiesenRafiki Enterprises LLC"Forging Integrity ~ Not Burning Bridges"
From: Vernon Hill <struttvegas>
Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2020, 8:07:43 PM PDTSubject: Re: Bobbycat
Hello. Bobbycat Girl is doing great and growing fast! Thanks again for everything we love her so much she brings so much joy to our home._______
Janella Groff <janella.groff>To:TarTue, May 19 at 6:54 PMHey there,It’s Janella. I was wondering which girls are available how much and if you could send pictures. 😊Here's the kitties we got from you: Mila the jungle cat has become sooo sweet and Arthur is sooo huge. Growing and growing and growing! He’s like 30 lbs now. And he's such a sweet scaredy cat lol
Nathan Sok <nathansok>Wed, May 13 at 2:53 PMHi Jimmy and Taran,
I’m emailing you guys to see if you guys have any available kittens, I’m pretty sure you guys deal with plenty of customers so not sure you remember me but I’m a returning customer that had adopted a hybrid kitten by the name of Picasso a couple of years back from your ALC and Savannah/Lynx hybrid. She is doing well and I could not imagine life without her, so I’ve been searching for another kitten so she can have a brother or sister to play with while I’m away from work. Hope you guys are doing well and look forward to hearing from you guys!
_______From: Marquetta Ballard
Sent: Thursday, May 7, 2020, 5:58:25 AM PDTSubject: THANK YOU
Hi, just want to say thank you again Tiger has bonded with me and my 12 yr old daughter . He loves to be held and cuddle. When he thinks he’s alone he meows looking for someone to come to his needs. I also have noticed he’ll let you know exactly what he wants.I have three dogs two Yorkies and a bully named Lola . I prepared Lola for his arrival I told her it was her baby kitty she adores him she just wants to play with him but he charges at her and it’s so cute because she’s puzzled not knowing what to expect from him the other day she was laying on the floor and I watched him as he ran up on her and tapped her from behind😂 Tiger is very intelligent !! Thank you 😊
Sat, Apr 25 at 3:17 PM
So we’ve been missing Eyja for a few days (which to me is normal) but my husband just got back from deployment and was so worried...so I kept telling him just call she comes home when she wants... anyway like usual she wandered in one night. So anyway my husband got on a neighborhood website and we started reading that this super sweet kitten is making friends all over the neighborhood and everyone is just worried she’s a stray...so we replied and said no her and her brother are still young but super friendly! We then realized we OPENED Pandora’s box! Lol we got a flood of ppl that responding to us saying how everyone just loves our babies! That they are so friendly and always come visit! They talk to them, hangout, do whatever then they want, ...then come home, eat, sleep get love here, then leave again to make their social rounds thru the neighborhood ...lol! Everyone comments on Eyjas little cute meows and they all just melt when she comes around! Lol ...with Odin, everyone is shocked that he’s still growing (29 lbs) and at his awesome confidence! Lol anyway we thought we’d send you a “sleeping” photo.
I’m sure you are used to the paw size of Odin! We are not! He’s massive and his feet are ridiculous! He’s sleeping a ton so we know he’s growing again!_________
Isaac Argueta <strictly_ice>
Wed, Apr 15 at 1:25 PM
You guys are the best. We're loving our baby so much! He's our 3rd from you guys and we'll probably get another. Thank you!
Sat, Apr 4 at 5:05 PM
...bobcat hybrid Sheba 2 years Old 18lbs...Please share with Jimmy! He called her a supermodel when she was a kitten. She’s posing on her perch in the oak tree...
- Gene P LaMott
On Monday, March 30, 2020, 3:14 PM, Stevie Kerrigan <3saya33> wrote:
Hi Guys, This is Stevie and I had bought a kitten from Medusa and Bigfoot. Her name is Saya and will be 3 years old on April 29th and just wanted thank you cause she’s been the best. She’s very spoiled and only eats blue buffalo dry food and gets fresh tuna or halibut on Sunday's. Thanks again : )
On Monday, March 30, 2020, 1:58 PM, Marilyn Bounds <marilynbounds> wrote:
Thought we’d drop you a update on the babies. It has been 2 months...they’re FANTASTIC!!! OX is the sweetest kitty we’ve ever known. Nothing makes him happier than to be with you unless it’s Wallowing on you or getting belly scratches. he always gets excited to hear the bath water run or the toilet flush & he’s decided he loves our rotty! Lol He ALWAYS thinks he’s starving & begs for food anytime we’re in the kitchen or near his dish even tho he gets chicken daily & has dry food out around the clock. He has actually crawled into the microwave trying to snitch food. 😂 He’s growing like a weed. He weighed 12.6 pounds last week!! 😱
Moose is also a very affectionate kitty but he doesn’t beg/trail us around the house quite like OX does. He never turns down scratches & LIVES for the next moth that invades our house & they both adore the laser. You weren’t kidding when you said he was a kleptomaniac! I have found his collection of hair ties, hair clips, nerf gun bullets, kitty toys, bark (that he raids from the wood box) & even a whole bag of kitty treats under the love seat. I’ve had to learn to keep my son’s eye drops out of his reach because we had to turn the house upside down to find where he’d stashed them (under the washing machine 😜). They’re prescription. 😂😂 Moose weighed 11.2 pounds last week. He’s a beautiful boy with his stripes really showing out now.
They’ve added so much life & laughter to our house. They seem to enjoy having people over, Nothing seems to intimidate them. We’re head over heels for them both and SO SO SO happy we decided to get two. They entertain us daily!
P. S. Hope y’all are doing well amidst all the craziness these days!
Sat, March 21 at 9:17 AMHello from the East Coast!! Casanova is doing wonderful. He enjoys going outside to perimeter check his domain
Today is a new first for him!! I’ve moved his litter bin off of the toilet, he now has a toilet tray to go potty in! No more litter bills :) He's a Big boy at 4 months!He settled right in as if he’s lived here his whole life.I hope that you’re all well during this most trying time._______
Steffanie Byrnes <steffaniebyrnes>
To:Taran NolanTue, Mar 10 at 11:53 AM
In case you guys ever want a review:
So happy to adopt FOUR cats from you ~ all are unique in their own way. Many breeders do not like to cross breed hybrid cats, but I have found that your cross breeding gives the cats a unique pattern and are beautiful. All are confident and outgoing. All of the cats were in perfect health, and suffer from no chronic illnesses. All have brought beauty, amusement, and love in our home. I've met both Taran and Jimmy and their lovely brood of children, and they are very nice, and always check up on how the new kitten is doing. Thank you guys so much for my beautiful babies, as they have brightened my life. _______
Yi wang <cathy19880723>Fri, Mar 6 at 10:22 AMHi Tar: I hope this email finds you well. I adopted Maximus 3 years ago and he has become the center of my world ever since. I came across your website today and I saw snow beast. I just cannot help asking if she is available. I never thought about adopting another cat but she has carried me away.
_______________ <Isaac Villegas>Sat, Feb 29 at 4:02 PM Hi guys!
Just wanted to send a pic of Rock “Mayhem” Villegas (5 months)... he has been the most amazing cat/pet/four legged family member!
_________Nobie <1nobie925>To:taranSat, Feb 29 at 1:14 PM
Hi Jimmy, I adopted kitten (Simba) in December...He's doing wonderful. My wife and family loves him so much...including myself! He’s so entertaining to watch and is so very smart!
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Isaac Argueta <isaacargueta1220>Tue, Feb 25 at 2:26 PMHi Jimmy ,
I thought you guys might like a testimonial about my experience with my purchases of your cats.After I bought my first cat, Ari an ALC hybrid at 9 weeks and brought her home, I knew she was a different kind of cat. She was not shy at all and completely made herself at home. Very intelligent and loving just like a dog that my girlfriend would get jealous, lol. I ended up following Jimmy's advice and bought a playmate for Ari, Zuri a Bobcat hybrid, and they got along fine. He helped me choose the right fit for Ari and was hit it right on. He really knows these hybrids and made me feel like he was looking out for my and my cats best interests. Total I have gotten three wonderful cats, the last one being a Jungle cat hybrid and they all get along fine. I have recommended domesticwildcat.com / F1Bobcat.com to all my friends and family, the best place to buy wild looking hybrids.
I love spreading the word of your wonderful hybrids. My cats are doing fine and keep growing. I'm truly happy with them. Thank you for all your help and cont'd advice.
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2020, 01:20:49 AM ESTSubject: Re: Kitty perfection :)
I just built a massive cat shelf, so I’m sure that will make her happy ! Thanks again! I’d say I’m getting another one next Christmas, but these two are a handful (11 months and 3 months) ...Two handfuls. Love em!!!________acrase83 To:Taran NolanOct 12 at 11:44 AMHi Jimmy and Tar!
I just wanted to share a few pics of Kiara with you guys! She's doing amazing! She loves to stalk the other cats lol. Rain is the only one I've gotten a picture with her so far. My sisters dog even plays with her and they sleep together during the day lol. Her ears are starting to curl back and I swear her eyes are changing color too! She is such a love! My oldest sister is going through some health issues and is staying with me and my son, Kiara checks up on my sister throughout the day to make sure shes ok with a head bump and cuddles :)
I would love to adopt another kitten in the beginning of next year, if you have kittens still or whenever there is another litter of kittens. Kiara is by far my most favorite but don't tell my other kitty's I said that ;)
Hope all is going well with you and the family! Praying the power outtages down there are not effecting you guys too bad! Take care!
Subject: Tigger turned "1" On Mon, Sep 30, 2019, 12:16 AM
He has a wonderful personality I actually think he behaves like a human he even calls me Mom just like kids I swear. lol... he comes to get me when he wants his snacks in his frig he knows how to open the doors in the house and turn the lights on and off in bathroom and he talks to you so funny, he's a huge cuddle! also we can't wait to add on to the family and get Tigger a little brother or sister :) We love him so much he really is the baby of the family everyone spoils him even family friends adore him. We are so grateful we have him.
Subject: best pet ever owned :)
These are the best cats ever: smart, cute, very playful and love to cuddle! They will go through a teething spell like all kittens do so give them some chew toys...
Don’t hesitate in adopting one. We weren’t sure about this breed at first, but so glad we adopted our boy; best cat ever. He is more dog-like in playfulness and intelligence.
Thanks Jimmy & Taran for creating such a magnificent cat breed!
Ray & Elena Clarke
Santa Cruz, California.
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Subject: Fwd: Exotic kittens from Jimmy Nolan
Hi,I have 3 hybrids from Jimmy and Taran. All of them are exceptional. What the others have said are all true with my experience as well. I have had many cats and none compare to these. Jimmy and Taran are amazing breeders. I have 2 kids and a Rottweiler and all get along well. My new hybrid follows me into each room to lay with me. She is super loving.Take care,Chris
We also have two (brother and sister) hybrid cats from the Nolan’s that are 7 months old. We would agree with everything Robin said in her email response below. We have a dog and horses and they all get along great. We neutered and spayed our cats at five months to avoid spraying and the crazy female heat cycle. This breed is everything they say and more. Very dog like in the personality but self sufficient like a cat. They are well worth the investment.
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Hi Susan!I’m so sorry for the delayed response. I LOVE my babies from the Nolan family! I have three hybrids cats total two of which I purchased from Taran and Jimmy... and those two are the most amazing cats I have ever met! I don’t have dogs but they get along with my other Savannah just fine and with my children! They are both incredibly loving and seriously so funny! There is never a dull moment with them around! Not to mention they’re just stunning to look at!! All of mine are boys and they’re all neutered before the spraying age so I’ve never had a problem with that! They both play fetch (which I didn’t teach them!) and they are serious snuggle buddies!! I do of course love my first cat that I got from a different breeder, but he doesn’t have the incredible personality that the Nolan’s cats do! I honestly just can’t say enough good things about their kittens... you will not regret getting I promise!!! I hope this helps! Would love to know what you decide!!
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Hi, My Name is Susan and I am anticipating adopting a hybrid kitten from Jimmy Nolan. ...hoping you would share with me your experience with living with a High % Hybrid cat?
My biggest concerns are with spraying and using the litter box and how well they coexist with other pets in the household (other hybrids, dogs, people).
Would love to hear your experiences!
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