( Wrevenik Ryn x Trappistini Anselmina)
I very nearly did not keep Annagh Maikki because as a kitten her muzzle was
on the short side. But then, she was so pretty, and her colouring unusual
–( she is a tortie silver shaded and white and carries dilute), so I decided to run her on.
Just to be sure of her quality, she was shown at a CA International at four months of age.
Annagh was awarded an Excellent, and received nice comments - which included
“the best ears in the group”- I was reassured. She has continued to do well, and was made up
to champion in April, 2002, in straight shows. In September, 2002 she had her first litter of 5 lovely
kittens, and in February, 2004 has produced her second litter, one of whom [Alys Gwenlyn ] has now
staying at home to join her mum as a breeding queen.
International Champion Trappistini Annis. (24:08:2002)
Annis was shown for the first time at 10months and 5 days of age.
She was awarded her first CAC, nominated for BIS and made up to Champion two shows
later whilst still only 11 months of age. Judges have been particularly pleased with her length
of body and high legs and her excellent ears and good muzzle.
She is a very attractive girl, with a coat that is similar to her mother – Annagh - and her
temperament is excellent. She has continued her show career, and was made up to International
Champion in straight shows, aged 1 year and 8 months. She has been up for the nominations for BIV
and BIS in all but two shows. She has now had her first litter of six lovely kittens, with Masai as the sire.
Trappistini Alicia [ Trappistini Anselma x Trappistini Bonifaccio.]
Alicia is out of the lovely Anselmina who is no longer breeding. She had her first litter of kittens in 2006,
One of whom named lady Penelope,
has gone to
Gwenneth Anselme of Trappistini.
Looking very much like her mum, Anselmina, Gwenneth is a red silver girl
who looks like a shaded. In her two kitten shows she has been colour assessed, but, like me, the judges were not
absolutely sure. When she gets her adult coat perhaps the matter will be resolved.
I had hoped to put her on the show bench, but she hates the car and is travel sick, and so has stayed ay home.