2 Year Old Highlander Outcross - Available to a loving home

2 year old highlander out cross blue male available. No mutations, semi-long coat. Lovely cuddly cat. Available to pet home only, No papers given. Please contact me for further information.

2 year old blue highlander cat available 

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Highlander Male Classic Silver Tabby - Available


Super looking classic silver tabby pattern. 2 Year old male, no mutations looking for a kind permanent loving home - not for breeding, pet only.

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Highlander Cat Available

Lovely looking 2 year old longhaired silver-tortie-cameo female cat. Polydactyl front feet (paws), straight ears and with a long tail. The right ear has a slight nic in it, as shown on photo. Looking for a kind loving permanent pet home in the UK - not suitable for breeding.

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Revised TICA Standard of Points To Forward May 2014

HIGHLANDER BREED GROUP (HG/HGS)
The Highlander Shorthair (HGS) and Highlander Longhair (HG) are medium to large muscular and athletic appearing cats. Distinguishing features are the straight to slightly convex forehead, wide nose bridge, blunt profile, and the loose relaxed curl to its wide based ears.


HEAD . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 points
Shape . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Ears . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Eyes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Chin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Muzzle . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Nose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
BODY . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 points
Torso . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Tail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Boning . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Musculature . . . . . . . . 7
Legs/Feet . . . . . . . . . . 5
COAT/COLOR/PATTERN 20 points
Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Texture . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

CATEGORY: All.

DIVISION: Solid, Tortie, Tabby, Silver/Smoke

COLORS: All.

PERMISSIBLE OUTCROSSES:
Domestic longhair/shorthair, not a member of a recognized breed.

HEAD:
Shape: Wide, inverted pear shaped head with substantial width to the muzzle.
Eyes: Medium sized, set far apart. Set on a slight bias. Hooded oval in shape. Eye color is independent of coat color except in the pointed category.
Ears: Medium to large, wide at the base, set as much on the top of the head as on the side, as erect as possible. Ears must be firm at the base, flexible at the tips. Loose relaxed curl of no more than 90º, allowing the tips of the ears to be visible in a frontal view. No preference given to the direction the ear tips point in. Ear furnishings and ear tufts are desired but not required. Kittens may have a greater degree of curl but not more than 90º by adulthood.
Muzzle: Full, wide, strong with a definite break. Prominent whisker pads should make the muzzle appear squared. . Muzzle length makes head appear longer than wide.
Chin: Strong and deep. Must align with the top of the jaw.
Profile: Rounded back skull, straight to slightly convex forehead, with a change of direction at the eye ridge,





may have a slight concave curve to the nose. Nose, muzzle and chin form a blunt look in profile.
Nose: Wide with substantial nose leather.

BODY:
Torso: Medium to large in size with noticeable depth. Rectangular in shape. Straight back with hips higher than shoulders. Overall muscled, athletic appearance. Males are proportionally larger than females.
Legs: Medium in length, back legs longer than front.
Feet: Medium to large, rounded with large knuckles. Longhair (HD) must have toe tufts.
Tail: Short and thick. Bone length must be a minimum of one inch in adults with proportional length in kittens. Should not extend past the hock. Kinks and curls are allowed.
Boning: Moderately heavy and substantial.
Musculature: Well-muscled.

COAT/COLOR/PATTERN:
Length: (HGS) Short and dense.
Length: (HG) Longhair up to 2½ inches with shaggy belly hair that is longer than the rest of the coat.
Texture: There will be texture variations depending upon the color and coat length of the cat.
Pattern: All patterns are allowed within the approved divisions.

OTHER:
Balance: All parts of the body in proportion.
Condition: Should reflect excellent health, good muscle tone.
Temperament: Must be unchallenging.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Highlander is a muscular, athletic cat. Highlander cats come in both shorthair and longhair. Physical characteristics include a straight to slightly convex forehead and wide nose, with the nose and muzzle forming a blunt look in profile. The curled ear is seen in profile as a loose, relaxed curl. The ears are wide-based, open and stand tall.

LOCKETS: Withhold all awards

ALLOWANCES: Tarnishing in silvers.

PENALIZE: Ears that are not open or wide based, ears too small or low set. Tail too long.

DISQUALIFY: Ears not erect. Tail too short or docked. Polydactyl feet.

The motion has been put forward to try to include Polydactil feet, These will be presented before the board at the next meeting.

Paris Kittens.

Paris delivered 2 beautiful kittens last night both mother and babies are doing well.


Idette short haired Selkirk Rex



This gorgeous girl hiding in the cupboard is a curly Selkirk from the famous Sham cattery in Germany, she is a tabby bi-colour carrying cinnamon, long hair and dilute from her Mother, International Champion CURLY ODETTE FROM SHAM and colour point from her Father 'SILVER QUINTUS VON GOLDEN WINKEL' who is a black silver shaded point.

Owned and Living with Suzy Mainprice In Wales under the name of Shabby Chic.
This cat is the grand mother to my Arctic Curl kittens offered at present

This is Honeybee Owned by me she is a shorthaired curly Selkirk Rex and is helping the Arctic Curl Breed



This young lady is owned by me bred by Suzy mainprice daughter too Idette above
Idettes Angel,AKA HoneyBee ...Honeybee is the mother to my latest Arctic Curl kittens.