Sorry there's no hint I still know where this forum is. Am being siiilllent!
But I thought it would be nice to finally have some photos of my family up here too. It is now the first birthday of my littlest and I still have only the single most atrocious photo of her. But here they all are.
Hope they bring you smiles, as pictures of your babies always bring me.
Schizi is a 2-face, hence the "Schizophrenia" name. She has a solid silky grey fur on top x soft fluffy white fur for the rest of her. And just so charming! She's the oldest, at almost six, and the only one I have now that I actually assisted at the birth.
Then there's Jacky (aka Jackpot), who is a smoky grey medium haired adorable ball of fur who is guilty of bullying Mum by head-butting the hand that is on the mouse, and walking all over the keyboard. She's 4.5 years old and very beautiful indeed. She is responsible for training of this almost perfect slave.
Next there's Tobie, who is allegedly a 'pedigree' Bengal, I even have papers for him, but he is a very short and fat Bengal if there isn't any other breeds in his background. He is very fat, and I am totally unable to get him slim. He is an astonishingly beautiful cat. And very unusual. He does have some of the classic signs of the Bengals, including a coat like no other breeds - in the sun it quite literally shines, so that he have this golden aura surrounding him. This pic is from when he was only 9 months old, and already he is bigger than many adult cats. (He's 4yrs old now) Isn't the coat amazing?
When I got Tobie, he had a sweetheart from whom he could not be separated, so I took her as well. :D Ninja is another 4 year old all-black Short-Haired Persian, with a more obvious claim to a pedigree line than Tobie, and is such a placid gentle cat, as long as you're not a bird! She is my only hunter, but I have an impregnable fortress of a backyard, so she doesn't get to catch anything often, but when she does see a bird, she is awesome!
And this is the Birthday girl herself. She is a medium hair too, part Ragdoll. This was taken when she was only 6 months or so. Her fur is soft and glossy as well. Not a good photo at all though. The problem was, as soon as I have something new in my hands, like say, a camera, she has to inspect it immediately, so you can never get her at a good angle. :rolleyes:
That's my family and I am so proud of them! Such different and interesting characteristics and backgrounds and genetic influences... and all five of them capable of reducing me to a adoring fan with their cuddles and their charms.