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Post  YashTroy on Sat Jul 02, 2011 12:14 pm

My name is Troy and I live in Iowa. Active member of the Great Lakes region of TICA.

I breed Bombay and Burmese (traditional only). My cattery website is www.yashbombaysburmese.com and I am also on Facebook.

Anyway I find the Nebelungs interesting so I thought I would join this forum and find out more about them.



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Re: Introduction

Post  laurence on Sat Jul 02, 2011 11:34 pm

Hi Troy, welcome to the forum Very Happy

Ahhhh I do like Bo-Bu!!! We do not see a lot of them alas (at least in Europe).

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Re: Introduction

Post  Michaela on Sun Jul 03, 2011 4:26 am

Hello Troy, sunny

welcome to the Forum, im also a TICA Member. My TICA cattery name is Silvergoblin. I start breeding last year, my females comes from USA.

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Post  YashTroy on Sun Jul 03, 2011 9:10 am

There are not very many traditional Burmese and Bombay breeders left....sad but true. Then there are even fewer traditional Bombay.

Laurence you must have a thing for blue cats, right? Chartreux are beautiful as well!

Love the name Silvergoblin!

Do the Nebelung do well at shows?



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Post  Michaela on Sun Jul 03, 2011 10:34 am

Hello Troy,

thanks for your compliment beetween my Cattery name. My Cats are Goblins so it was easy to find the right name. The Nebelung cats did the Show very well. We go to a Catshow next Month. I saw at my last Show
a Burma it was my first.

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Re: Introduction

Post  laurence on Sun Jul 03, 2011 10:51 am

Ha ha ha Troy ! I LOVE blue cats Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Re: Introduction

Post  bluecats on Tue Jul 19, 2011 11:37 pm

Hi and Welcome to the Forum Smile I'm fairly new here too and like you I'm a Nebelung admirer who is actually owned by another lovely breed.

Your cats are beautiful, I had never heard of Traditional Burmese and Bombays before granted I don't know too many Burmese owners. You learn something new everyday Smile Do the traditional Burmese still come in the same colours?
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Traditional Burmese

Post  YashTroy on Wed Jul 20, 2011 7:07 am

The traditional Burmese are mostly in American althou there are some catteries in Sweden, Israel and now Russia that breed them. They are American style Burmese so they come in the traditional 4 colors.....sable, blue, lillac and chocolate. The European style Burmese come in more colors including reds but I am not familiar with that breed.


Thank you for your kind words.



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