Seasedge is thrilled to announce that Yash kai of Seasedge is Canadas' Best cat for an unprecedented second year in a row in the CCA ( Canadian Cat Association). His daughter, Seasedge Nixie, is Canadas' 2nd Best Kitten as well. Kai is also the Best Cat in the Eastern Canada region in ACFA ( American Cat fanciers Association) and Nixie is 3rd Best Kitten . They are wonderful examples of the Bombay breed and are being well received by judges and the public alike.
My name is Theo Mitchell & I am the proud owner of Seasedge Burmese & Bombays, a small Nova Scotia, Canada, based cattery specializing in purebred Bombay & Burmese cats.
Seasedge Cattery is committed to promoting the beautiful Bombay and Burmese breeds of cats. I fell in love with these breeds several years ago and decided to breed them six years ago with a view to introducing these wonderful cats to Atlantic Canadians and all who are looking for an exceptional feline addition to their home. As kittens, these breeds tend to look quite ordinary but as adults, they are beautiful with their silky, shiny coats and large, round eyes. These cats are medium-sized with females averaging 6-8 pounds and males 8-10. Both breeds are deceptively heavy for their sizes and have often been referred to as bricks wrapped in satin!
If you own one of these kitties you find out quickly why they are called the velcro cats. Bombays & Burmese become very attached to their humans and they often insist on helping you with everything imaginable around the house. Many tend to be very dog-like and will come when called, fetch, follow you around and can be taught to do tricks. Grooming requirements are minimal for these social cats and regular stroking and patting will usually suffice.
I am registered with 4 organizations: ACFA, CCA, CFA and TICA and show actively in the American Cat Fanciers Association (ACFA) and the Canadian Cat Association (CCA) I have recently shown in the CFA and TICA. Currently I have a Bombay male, a champagne Burmese male; 1sable and 3 Bombay females in my breeding program.
If Mother Nature cooperates I am hopeful of having 2-3 litters in December, 2017 and January 2018. Inquires welcomed.