We are probably not your average breeders, we do not consider ourselves to be breeders and never did. We love animals and enjoy observing them. Both of us grew up on series about nature, David Attenborough my big forever favorite who taught me the most about nature, real needs of animals, understanding their behaviours and admiring that complex miracle behind every living things. We had many pets in past (mice, degus, rabbits, goats, dogs, cats, fish), and both of us regularly saved animals.
We think that cats' society is an extremely interesting one. As we've been living in close proximity with cats for 30+ years our advises based mostly on our experiences, observations and research work in the background and we learnt a lot till reached the level that we can say, they have no health issues and some is really nicely aged now (more are 10+).

We are a small, IT family. We were invited to work and live here in 2007, when decided to accept and relocate we took our cats with us.
We didn't plan a 'cattery', we bought our first persians in Hungary when I lost my cat at the age of 9 due to a car (a neutered beautiful tortoise-shell girl) we understood that neutered cats also can wonder around and probably will if bored. Back than I felt grieve and sorry I let her neutered and she (and I) couldn't have a kitten similar to her and she 'left nothing behind' while I missed her dearly. 2-3 years later when pain was better and I felt ready to love and accept a cat again we bought 2 kittens (2 very similar aged to give them company if we are not around - by the way this is exactly we suggest to any family where the members are away from home for a full day, keep two cats if possible). We never let our cats neutered since then and in this way they could live a natural, full type life and we could enjoy having kittens from time to time while discovering a completely new, different 'cat-world'. They behave very differently if they are not neutered: they live in a hierarchy and the actual leader / queen and most respected cat is always the one who gave birth to the most kittens in the last time. Unfortunately they didn't tolerate neutered cats around but try to chase them away and two not neutered males can and very likely will go into fight. Kittens are everyone's first priority, no matter who was the mother, all would take care of them, all of the adults let the kittens eat first, most are willing to entertain them (playing with them), we have a boy who was willing to keep the kitten warm in the nest (his pair was ordering him to do while she wanted an hour of free time outside) was astonishing to observe this - their world is truly very interesting. If you bother to speak to them in a normal manner (as if they would be people) then after a couple of years they understand complete senteces, no need just single words or giggling or showing things. They require to being respected, treated a kind of equally, they behave differently for a "don't do" or for asking them nicely. They are curious and like to take part in every moment in your life if possible, they are often cheeky, if bored they are like mischievous children. If you happen to save them out in a difficult situation like being trapped they are grateful and suddenly very helpful to help you (no mischievous behavior for years) and so on. They can communicate in a way you can't notice.

Due to their quite natural lifestyle our persians are healthy, energetic cats - if you turn to us for a kitten just please forget about the placid persian legend, all of ours are full-of-life type, rather clever and playful even if older.
I think that reason behind the placid persians' is rather inappropriate feeding and hidden illnesses - they just don't feel well enough to be active.
We have cats aged as 17, 15, 14 and so, still healthy but to learn how to keep them in the best health was a long and constantly learning, time demanding and sometimes risky process (at least we thought it a bit risky when we stopped vaccinations in 2014 - we were wrong - they are much healthier without it).
We have references from our former kittens' owners, please have a look at it, you can see some really cute, beautiful or even unique cats on reference page. In fact nowadays we hardly have a litter when 1-2 kittens don't go to live with someone who previously had a kitten but wanted a second or third one from us or one to their friends, families. As they are usually very good, caring owners of our kittens we are grateful to them and we think they are the best proof that our way - to have healthy cats - works well.
Also we kindly ask you that before turning to us, please make sure that you can accept and willing to follow our 'heretic' / natural way that how to keep them, thank you. Writing this - sorry - because you may not accept it for any reasons (media, what you think you know about cats or protection or just having pushy vet) but on our side it's like this: After experiencing (first case experience) the harmful effects of vaccinations, poisonous food (too much heavy metal and so) and after exchanging a couple of emails with Catherine O'Driscoll (she is the heroine behind the Canin Health Concern fighting for 20 yrs or so for dog' health) and Dr. Patricia Jordan (who knows more about cats and dogs than anyone else and brave enough to fight for them), we understood that to completely get rid off the DNA ruining effect of vaccines 4 generation of unvaccinated cats needed. Since 2014 cats who born here never had a single shot. We hope we never will be forced by law, regualtions, cat-clubs, council and so on to do it because that will be the point we might give up unwilling to do anyhing harmful to them. By the way this is the reason we don't offer kittens to abroad anymore or as a 'show cat' (both would require vaccinations).
If you understand our point and liked it - please remember to this web site or our emails, cells to find us even in the case we can't use advert sites or social media anymore. In present days it's more and more clear that they don't like people who dare to think for themselves and their pets and they try to silence them. I honestly think that in this present war between BigPharma's lobby and common people who already understood the side-effects and life-long problems that shots caused to them or their pets there always will be a need for our naturally kept, healthy kittens.