I was born in Rio de Janeiro, but I'm German.
My family and I traveled the world growing up and lived in many different countries around the world.
Among other things, I lived in South Africa during my childhood. It was there that I developed my love for animals.
For as long as I can remember, breeding has piqued my interest. To breed with an animal once in my life was my childhood dream.
Because of several moves, I was not able to realize this when I was younger.
I've been living in Germany since I was 12 and have always kept cats ever since. For this reason I have over 30 years of experience in cat ownership and care.
Currently I live with my son in our house in Kersbach (near Forchheim; Upper Franconia).
With us live my two outdoor cats and of course my breeding cats Leyla, Ivory and Alvin.
Through a friend I came across the Bengal cat.
That's where I met the breed for the first time.
I was thrilled with these mini leopards.
But what excites me so much about the breed?
The elegance, the wonderful qualities from temperament to love of water and of course the cuddliness of the Bengalis appeal to me.
In my kitten you can see that a wild profile and a gentle nature occur together in the same cat breed at the same time.
I am a breeder and plan to have one litter per cat per year in the future.
Since I attach great importance to the health of the cats, the Bengalis are regularly examined by a veterinarian.
The breeding females are trained on both HCM and PKD.
In addition, they have tested negative for other hereditary diseases.
Of course, the females are vaccinated and microchipped.
Regular deworming and fecal examinations are a matter of course.
Breeding is a hobby of mine, which I am passionate about.
My little "cheetahs" are supposed to bring love and fun into the hearts of the owners and above all, life into the living room!