Current Chorus Cats
We have five cats at the moment, the youngest are Sylvia from Saffy’s second litter, and Hercules from her first. Saffy and Monty are both from Rameses Cats in Oxford, and George came from our local cat rescue charity in West Oxfordshire – the Sunshine Cat Rescue.
Sylvia (Chorus Silvia)
Sylvia is the newest member of the Chorus family being one of Saffy’s second litter of seven kittens born on 30th April 2017.
She is a caramel tabby BCR and has the most gentle nature.
We have kept her to be our second breeding queen.
For more information and pictures of Saffy’s second litter see our Kitten News
Hercules (Chorus Handel’s Hercules)
Hercules is a Solid Blue Burmese Coat Pattern Tonkinese (BCR).
He’s very dark and has a hint of tabby markings on his body and tail, which is n
We are especially proud of him, as he’s our chosen kitten from Saffron’s first litter born on 15th October.
You can follow Herc’s progress from birth in our Kitten News
Montgomery (Rameses Rascasse)
Monty is a Chocolate Tonkinese boy with Tabby Tonkinese coat pattern (TCR).
He is exceptionally loyal, and is Lizzi’s special companion – a true people cat.
A more serious fellow, Monty is a quieter Tonk who loves his half-sister Saffy intensely.
He’s enjoying being an uncle and is the only one of the boys who can fit into the nest to help with the kittens.
Saffron (Rameses Mignardise)
Saffy is a Chocolate Tonkinese girl with Burmese coat pattern (BCR).
She is our breeding queen, and has just had her first litter of kittens.
Playful and affectionate, Saffy is a fabulous retriever (her favourite game is fetch) and is extremely loving.
George (A Sunshine Cat)
George was rescued and cared for by our favourite charity, the Sunshine Cat Rescue. He came from a litter of kittens found on a local farm, and was exceptionally appealing as a kitten.
George has grown up into an absolutely stunning ginger tom – with a dramatic classic tabby coat and lovely thick orange fur.
He’s a BIG cat (we think of him as “big-furred”) who is very fond of the Tonks who often use him as a pillow.
Chorus Cats Picture Gallery
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