Meet my two traditional Siamese cats!
Pitts the dark seal point and Poppy the lighter
Chocolate point.They have been the centre of
my life since they arrived 5th of may 2008.
I hope you enjoy this page and will leave me some
nice comments, and hopefully meet some more
people with these extraordinary "cats"!!

PS: A lot of the photos are clickable!

The long-tailed Fuzzies

It's about time that I make a separate page for all the other children I own.

I'll start with my ratties, because they play a big part in my life as well! Despite what a lot of people think, pet rats make wonderful pets; almost dog-like and faithful to their giant rat :P They're really really clever as well, I often have the feeling I can talk to them and they would understand every single word I've said. I've also had a rattie that responded to his name. When I called him, he came running really quickly.

The first one I'd like to introduce is my sweetheart Thor.
Mom didn't get me as a kitten, but I was rescued from a lovely rescue center. I'm a berkenshire black, 1,5 years old and I just love to give kisses!

 Hello, my name is Ceallach. It's a difficult name to pronounce since it's Irish Gaelic. [KEL uch] is the way to say it ^_^. I'm a Sable Burmese and I'm a really sweet boy. I'm a bit skittish though!
My brother and I were born on the 14th of October 2010, so we're still young lads!

Hi there, EĆ²ghann is my name! Again, such a strange name! This time it's Scottish Gaelic and the way to pronounce it is [EO un]. I'm even sweeter than my brother! Everytime mom walks passed our cage, I'm the one standing in front of the door, begging for attention and a cuddle. I look identical to my brother, but I'm a Burmese, without the Sable.

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