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We are happy to include all Oriental stud cats that are in good health and that are registered for breeding. We try to keep our extensive stud cat directory up to date and welcome new submissions.
Advice When Choosing a Stud Cat
When choosing a stud cat care should be taken to choose a boy who is healthy, has a good temperament and with a pedigree that is a good match for your girl. Additionally you should be looking for a boy that will help strengthen your girls weaker points with the hope that between them they can produce kittens that meet the breed standard and contribute to the improvement of the breed.
Your goal should be to breed healthy kittens with good temperaments that meet the breed standard. If you are trying to do this then you have the right idea.
If you are using somebody else’s stud cat then you should reasonably expect the following –
- All Oriental stud cats must be registered with an appropriate registering body such as GCCF, TICA or FB as a breeding cat, equally the same applies to your queen.
- It is not unusual for a stud owner to ask that no male progeny be registered for breeding but occasionally other restrictions may also be agreed. Any restrictions should be agreed before the cats even meet.
- The stud cat should be in good health and free from parasites (fleas, worms, mites, ticks etc) and be in possession of a recent FELv/FIV negative test result. Again the same applies to your queen.
- Your queen should have separate quarters in the stud house enabling her to acclimatise herself to her new surroundings and also to facilitate resting periods for both her and the stud.
- After matings over a 48hr period have been witnessed, on collecting your queen you should receive a mating certificate (example mating certificate) and a stud pedigree including registration numbers.
- If your queen does not get pregnant after her first visit to stud then most stud owners will usually accept your girl back on her next call for a free repeat mating.
It is also likely that a stud owner will ask you to clip your girls front and back claws and if any special dietary requirements or cat litter are needed for your queen then they are provided by yourself.