Daisypurr has been our GCCF registered prefix since 2001, we breed British Shorthair cats, specialising in Lilac, Cream, Colourpointed, Tortie, Tabby and Tortie Tabby and 2016/2017 will see our first Blues as well as Lilac Self’s, which we’ve not seen for some time at Daisypurr.
The girls are all PKD tested negative under the Feline Advisory Bureau Scheme and we only use PKD negative cats in our breeding program as health comes first.
We pride ourselves in being a small breeder and our girls are primarily pets who live in my home as part of the family but have some excellent show successes under their paws; our babies are brought up in our home, which ensures that they are used to all aspects of home life. We breed babies with excellent temperament and they always excel in all of our expectations.
We are delighted that the girls are very much lap cats and the Daisypurr traits and temperament very much follow on in our line. The girls live harmoniously in a family group together and love each other very much, it’s a beautiful sight to watch.
I chose to have Daisypurr as my prefix due to a very special girl, who was my reason for loving the breed so much and wanting to breed British Shorthair.
Beautiful babies are sometimes available to very special, loving homes.
I am a Pupil Judge for the British Shorthair Breed Advisory Council (BAC) I am also a member of the Colourpointed Cat Club Committee, their GCCF delegate and as a member of various clubs.
We are no longer a member of the GCCF Breeder Scheme as I don’t feel that their requirements go far enough to ensure that they only have responsible breeders as members, however, we go over and above all of the requirements that they ask for.
We are based on the Northamptonshire/Oxfordshire border within easy reach of the M1, M40, A1, A34, M25, M5, M6, M4 and M42.