Following the menu on this page, you will discover under:
Cattery: Information about our cattery Paepeghembos.
Somali: Information about the cat breed that has stolen our hearts.
Queens: Information about our queens.
Kittens: The litters that were born in our cattery, some pictures and information where the kittens live now. (Will be published after the first litter)
Links: Links to other websites that contain interesting information.
Contact: A contact form allowing you to send us an email.
Photo Gallery: Plenty of pictures we want to share with you.
31 March 2017: The DNA tests results of Irma have arrived. Irma is a PKdef sufferer. Hence we will exclude her from breeding but keep her as our house cat.
18 March 2017: Today the veterinay collected a blood sample from Xena to determine her rabies titre. If all turns out OK she will move to Belgium in June.
8 March 2017: I went last Monday to collect Irma in Kharkov. Yesterday she had her last check up in the national vet clinic. Today was a bit stressful for her, 2 taxi drives, 2 flights and a car journey. She is now in Belgium. At present doing reconnaissance in the house.
1 February 2017: Xena Sunny Fox our second Somali kitten, a ruddy girl has arrived in Kharkov at Iryna’s. We will have to be patient as it will take yet another 4 months before she can travel to Belgium.
10 January 2017: We managed to reserve a second somali kitten. This time in cattery Sunny Fox in Dnipro, Ukraine.
27 December 2016: We received Irma’s rabies blood titer test result. All OK. From March 2017 she can travel to Belgium.
15 November 2016: Gyacinth Irma, our first Somali kitten, a girl has arrived in Kharkov at Iryna’s. We will start immediately doing the paperwork for her to move to Belgium.
4 November 2016: The whole of October we spend searching on the internet, mailing and calling breeders. We first looked in Belgium, then in Germany, in the Netherlands and in France. Finally we managed to reserve a kitten in cattery Gyacinth in Alchevsk, Ukraine. A blue female.
1 October 2016: After long debate within the family we decided to start up a small scale Somali cattery.