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Next litter due January 2018.
Please contact us if you would like to be placed on the waiting list.
We are a very small scale breeder so that all our animals are able to receive the love and attention they deserve. When researching from where to adopt a pedigree Abyssinian kitten make sure you adopt one that is house born and raised. The implications for their socialisation and social referencing is huge and will affect them (and you) for the rest of their life.
ACF National Cat Show - Melbourne 10th & 11th June 2017
Please contact us if you are interested in adopting a kitten or retired breeding cat.
Please remember all cats are inside pets.
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Welcome to Swift Abyssinians' website.
We are located in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs, Australia. We are registered breeders with the New South Wales Cat Fanciers’ Association and follow their code of ethics.
We started showing our Abyssinian neuter, Cenglow Swift in 2005. By the end of that year we had decided that we wanted to breed Abyssinian cats and acquired our first queen, Nile Runcible Cat, Billie. Towards the end of 2006 we purchased Tijah Dakota Red who was our first stud cat. Willow & Jazz followed who have been fantastic additions to our showing and breeding program. Jazz was the Abyssinian Breeder Exhibit of the Year in 2008 and Willow was NSW CFA Group 3 Male Cat of the Year in 2009. Both of them are CCCA Champions. They have performed very well on the show bench with both cats being awarded multiple Best in Show awards as well as receiving the higher award of Best Exhibit. Jazz was the Abyssinian Breeder Cat of the Year for 2010.
Swift Abyssinians aim to breed active, healthy Abyssinian cats with good temperaments as pets. Also, we hope to produce some breeding and show quality cats. We raise our kittens in our home so they get all the love and attention they need. It also means they are exposed to the noise of washing machines, vacuum cleaners and the coming and going of people. When cats leave our home they are microchipped, desexed, vaccinated, wormed and treated for fleas. Our cats and kittens are inside pets and new owners are reminded that they are not to be let outside unsupervised or left to roam. Being an inside pet does not deprive cats of a good life; it prevents them from being lost, stolen or run over and protects the wildlife.
All breeding cats are PRA normal and PK deficiency free.
Last updated 5th December 2017
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