GIC S*Restless Tristan
Brown blotched tabby,
NFO n 22, male neuter
When searching for the most suitable partner for Älva, we
wanted to find a completely unrelated male, complementing Älva
nicely, as we hoped to keep a male kitten in the cattery.
Mummy Älva was six years
of age and this was her third litter, so we hoped to be able to keep
an offspring before her retirement. We were quite happy and lucky to
let our sweet girl meet Casanova, then a lovely young male with strong
body, classic NFO look and lots of coat.
As soon as Tristan was born, we knew he was the one.
Tristan has mummy's intense look, a long and straight profile,
promising triangle and good-looking ears. Being a great mix of mum and
dad he got nice bone structure and proportions in body, a fine tail and
nice coat structure. His character is adorable as he is
constantly happy and sweet. The cute chirrups he makes
when he wants to tell us something and the tail-waving when we
say his name is quite special.
Tristan got his first litter in 2010 together with
S*Just Catnap's China and the
had nice strong type and lovely temperaments.
Thereafter he met S*Restless Anansi and
got his second litter.
His third litter was also born in 2010 and together with
SC S*Animaniac's Bridget Jones he
got his third litter.
In 2011 we repeated the combination with
S*Just Catnap's China, his
Tristan also got one litter in
S*Animaniac's cattery in 2011
together with the mother of our sweet
SC S*Animaniac's Bridget Jones.
Tristan has gotten quite promising offspring and was a quite
excellent breeding male. Since we had kept a daughter and
grand-daughter after him in our cattery and had no
other plans for him in our cattery, he became a neuter in late May 2012.
Tristan's parents are both tested GSD IV normal and HCM normal.
At ultrasound on March 17, 2010, Tristan was declared HCM normal
at the age of 1 year 2.5 months of age by Björn Åblad
and on February 13, 2012, at 3 years of age,
Torkel Falk classified him as HCM normal.
Tristan is DNA tested against PK deficiency and is normal.