Our breeding male!
Honning had a really severe accident, and we had to amputate his
absolutely stunning tale. I's very sad, his tale was the
longest and most fury I have ever seen! It went all the
way to his neck - so tick and fury. He have completely
healed after the surgery, and will still bee our breeding male,
now with just a tiny little tail.
Honning is a wonderful boy, and I'm so glad he is living with
us! I searched a long time before I found him. There is so much
that has to fit together when a new stud is planned. My husband approved the purchase of
a new male that could be fertile for a little while, but only because
he wanted a big red lion on our farm! OK - the hunt for a
male started. I'm not used to prioritize color, but now I had
to. And there were a lot of red to see, but there is so much
more than color that has to be right. The pedigree is very
important; he must not be related to my girls. I want a male
with good temper, and he must have the qualities I need in my
is just perfect! He will not be fertile for a long time, I'll
use him on my girls, and then he will be neutered and live the
free life on our farm.
Honning is PERFECT for us! His temper is more than I could have
dreamed of, he is the most social cat I have had in our home. He
becomes friends with everyone; both two and four legged, with
his inviting, playful and socially very friendly behavior. But
he is an active gentleman, a little red ramp that is loved by
everyone in the family.
Technically Honning is quite strong. He has very good length
of his body, and a tail that is longer than long! He is now in
full development, just 6 months old and he is extreme.
Specially his head is very long and narrow for the time being,
but with nice, straight lines. But his narrow head gives his
big ears too little space, so they are placed too high for the time
being. I believe they will fall beautifully in to place when his head
broadens with age, because he has super nice ears! He
looks a lot like his father, and have the same development as
well. His chin
could have been better. The coat is promising, although it is
still a bit kittens soft. He's a strong boy, and I think he ends
up with quite a good size. 6 months old he weighs 4 kg, and he
is just a red, skinny, long-legged bundle of energy.