Nor'East of Scotland Cat Show
Enigmatic Breathoflife (Gabby)
Shorthair Cat Club of Scotland Show
I have been breeding Siamese cats since 1998 and my first breeding queen was Lulu, (Heatherbec Tushtush Macoy), whom I had from Theresa Williamson of Heatherbec Siamese. She was a chocolate tabby girl. At that time we lived near Stafford and we were about 10 miles from Theresa. She is now my best friend and confidante and life would never be the same without her sharp wit and encouraging advice.
I was introduced to Sylvia Gibbons of Richdale Siamese as I needed a stud cat. I have come to regard Sylvia as a very good friend who was kind enough to let me have Monty, (Richdale Tainted Love) as a stud boy. Sylvia has been breeding for many years and is an encyclopedia of information.
Last, but not least, Jackie Atkinson of Winnothdale Siamese. She is a mine of information and these people are the foundation stones of Enigmatic Siamese, without them I would not have begun showing four years ago. Even now with 200 miles between us we are in regular contact.
I decided to have an oriental stud boy whom I had from Tom and Rosemary Cassar-Simmonds, his name is Boris (Fiordiliso Cuba), and now I am two more friends richer.
Our home is in the countryside, the boys live out in heated pens ,nobody likes the rain.
We also have horses and dogs and my husband John enjoys and shows two classic cars, so we have quite a busy life that's never boring. All our kittens are born in the house, usually in my bedroom, so they are very well socialised and adjusted. They go to their new homes at 13 weeks with full vaccinations, wormed and health checked by the vet. Occasionally I will sell girls for breeding, and quite often we have a few showstoppers. I offer a lifetime of support and I am always happy to be contacted for advice or support.
We are situated about 20 minutes from junction 22 of the A74(M) about half way between Annan and Dumfries.