British shorthair cattery MUEZZI from Poland

... about cattery

History of British Shorthair cattery Muezzi established in 1992
specializing in the breeding of British Shorthair blue cats

 

 

MUEZZI - what does it mean?

The legend says, that Mahomet, called the Father of Cats, had a favourite dear female cat. She liked to take rest together with her owner sleeping on his clothes. Once upon a time Mahomet was forced to get up and in order to prevent the cat from waking up he ordered his servant to cut a piece from his clothes where the cat was lying. But this is not all what the legend has to say. Mahomet, with his power, put his hands on the cat and gave her and all other cats in the world precious gift - the ability to fall on four legs. That cat was called MUEZZI.

 British shorthair  blue female  GIC Melissa Blue Vernisage

I am professionally involved with cats since 1992 when I became a breeder. The purchase of a first cat was absolute coincident, but my next decisions regarding the growth of my cattery were taken consciously. Through the next couple of years my adventures with cats I have made myself familiar with several types of breeds. First I was breeding Persian cats, than I included Exotics, and after that, through a short period of time Birman and Somalian cats.

British appeared in my cattery already in 1994. Slowly I have started to back off from breeding other breeds till the moment they dominated my cattery. Cats of this breed have dominated fully my interest in breeding cats. I always liked big cats, especially massive, quite, peaceful and more sticking to the ground, what means they keep themselves more to the ground than the ceiling. After I got more knowledge about this breed it happened that they meet all my expectations. What I appreciate most amongst their characteristics is that those cats are not getting offended. The other great thing about them, physical this time, is their fair coat, the only in its type, with fascinating softness and the same time a bit rough and elastic that I remember from my childhood from the touch of the plush bear. Light elastic coat fair coat is the reason why their coat never looks crumpled.

Finally I decided that the British Cats would stay in my cattery for good. I have to admit that their short coat is easy to take care of and therefore I like them even more due to the fact that it doesn't require a lot of care. Cats of this breed have dominated fully my interest in breeding cats. I always liked big cats, especially massive, quite, peaceful and more sticking to the ground, what means they keep themselves more to the ground than the ceiling. After I got more knowledge about this breed it happened that they meet all my expectations. What I appreciate most amongst their characteristics is that those cats are not getting offended. The other great thing about them, physical this time, is their fair coat, the only in its type, with fascinating softness and the same time a bit rough and elastic that I remember from my childhood from the touch of the plush bear. Light elastic coat fair coat is the reason why their coat never looks crumpled. Finally I decided that the British blue and lilac would stay in my cattery for good. I have to admit that their short coat is easy to take care of and therefore I like them even more due to the fact that it doesn't require a lot of care. Beautiful and of a great quality coats in pastel colors with the silver flashes, so precious on shows, as well as their well build, massive bodies make out of every cat the future well presenting British.

Good selection of animals in their line continuation reflected in keeping the best female cats in the cattery and search at other catteries the ones with required physical and character features has improved the breed standard of my cats.The last reproductor of mine, blue British Klifford Wonder, Grand European Champion title in present, is giving his excellent British characteristics. Improvement of body build of kittens born in my cattery is easy to be noticed. Big, round head with well marked cheeks, short neck, wide chest and wide build short thick legs, compact massive body, thick tail make out of the kitten a great bear - well, lets say an impression of a bear. The picture is complete when you realize that they also walk like bears. I would very much like every kitten coming out of my cattery to be strong in his breed type, that I would ask myself question comparing them "which kitten is better from another one? At present I have amongst other purchased female cats next generation born in my cattery. They are all very young and will be tested in the future for their value for the cattery. Of course only the ones who are giving the best children with my male cat will stay. This will complete the selection of the female cats, reorganization of my cattery. I also managed to achieve in my breeding work a very nice body build of female cats which is so important in this breed. The difference between the male and female of this breed is huge. A good male cat is liked most. His seeming slowness and heaviness add him dignity, big head placed on a massive neck, big cheeks, wide chest and massive body give him a bear look which people love, even the strongest opponents of cats. It is difficult not to be impressed by this cat and not to want him near you. They are fascinating cats, from their character as well as the looks. There is no way to escape from falling in love with them... More about British Shorthairs you can learn from my article published in "Kocie Sprawy" magazine ("Cats Business") nr 2/2001. About the problem of falsifying this breed, so called mongrels British cats without a pedigree document you may reed in the next article.

Update: 10.01.2013

In 2008, I decided to also extend my british cats with a very interesting two new colors in the breed - cinnamon and fawn. Appeared in the cattery imported from abroad, new cats: female cinnamon, cinnamon bicolor male, and in 2010 male fawn - now World Champion Quarz vom Stroher Moor. Time passed, the cattery was followed by further changes ... gone with the cattery stud imported from France - blue shorthair cat GIC Cupidon de Peyrat, and then his son GIC PL * Muezzi Robin Blue, next in 2012 - Cream Shorthair cat GIC PL * Muezzi Uffo Cream ...
Also gone from breeding some females, leaving only the best ... And there were more imports. Genetic pool of cats in my cattery was very enlarged thanks to coverage females by foreign stud excellent English genetic line. With such coverage remained British blue male (PL*MUEZZI Milord Madoc Blue) to continue my work in my cattery.

Update: 29.02.2014
With cattery again some cats are gone ... and the next came to me ...
So it is already cattery that something is changing constantly ...

 

 

YOU MAKE MY CATTERY IN MY CAT CLUB - PZF

Here is information to identify me and my breeding:

 

My name is Bogusława Czarnecka

My breeding pedigree cats there since 1992.
My specialty is cats British Shorthair blue, cinnamon and fawn.
MUEZZI - it is the name of my cattery. Breeding is located in Warsaw, Poland.

I was a member of FIFe in the years 1992 to 1994).

Now, I am a member of the Polish Feline Association
(Polski Związek Felinologiczny - PZF),
which operates under the auspicesworld organization
- the World Cat Federation (WCF).

I am the founder of the Polish Feline Association
(Polski Związek Felinologiczny - PZF),which was created in 1995.

I was the president of the PZF uninterrupted
since the beginning of PZF- from 1995 to 2010.

I personally gave up social work and
I handed Cat Club PZF in worthy hands of my successors.

 

 

British shorthair male GEC Kliford Wonder
& Dreyffus Blue Muezzi*PL (son)

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