We are probably not your average breeders, we do not consider ourselves to being breeders in the usual meaning. We love animals and enjoy observing them, all of us grew up on David Attenborough's series about animals and had pets (mice, degus, rabbits, goats, dogs, cats, fish) and all of us regulary helped or saved animals. We think that cats' society is an extremly interesting one. We've been living in close proximity with cats for 30+ years now. Our advises mostly based on our observation and experience gained during these years and on some natural facts and scientific researches - we try to being updated.
Our cats are part of our family, however most of the photos showed here were taken in our net-secured garden because of better light conditions, we never use garden cages, our cats are free to use room inside and free to sleep with us.
 
We are a family of three: my husband is an IT consultant (my son is a digital and IT excetuive and I am also an IT professional) due to this my husband was invited to work here 10 years ago and when we decided to accept the offer and relocate we couldn't left our cats behind and did the whole compulsory process including quarantine time which was a half year long process back then.
 
We didn't plan a 'cattery', we bought our first persians in Hungary one by one many-many years ago because of a feeling of 'fell in love for first sight' (oldest is 13 years retired but healhy lady). Observing them and being more and more attachted and educated we simply wanted them to live a natural, happy, healthy and possibly full life.
Due to their quite natural lifestyle they are healthy, energetic cats - if you turn to us for a kitten just please forget about placid rug-type persians, all of ours are with full-of-life type and of course they can have kittens.
I think that reason behind the placid persians' legend is inappropriate, unnatural feeding and due to this, lack of energy / health. I also wish to share experience here and there to help others with their persians if possible. When we arrived here - a 'rich'country from a rather 'poor' one we were a bit shocked to see how many health problems cats had here - we just could not understand - as time passed we discovered that our cats however not went sick but started to show signs of less energy, gums in corners of their eyes and so on. Was a frightening sign so we compared countries and lifestyles to find the differences between the two countries (Hungary and UK) like how most of people treat and keep their cats. Result was that while in a basicly poor country people can't afford regular vaccination and for example Royal Canin, cats were healthier with less vaccination (or none) and kept on rest of kitchen' table like chicken intensines, head or fish or rest of the supper of family. On the other hand, here they had cat' plans dictated regular vaccinations, chemicals (flea killers) and designed, produced food.
As we do not think that our responsibility is over when handle a kitten to you and their happiness and health is important, we researched, research and will research to be able to give the possible healthiest kitten to you and best advices to keep up good health.
 
We have references from our former kittens' owners, please have a look at it, you can see some really cute, beautiful or even unique cats on reference page. In fact nowadays 1/3 - 1/4 of kittens from every litter go to someone who previously had a kitten of ours and wanted a second or third one or to their families. As they are usually very good, caring owners of our kittens we are greatful to them and we think they are the best proof that our way - to have healthy cats - works well.
 
Also we kindly ask you that before turning to us, please make sure that you can accept and follow our heretic / natural way that how to keep a kitten.