Sarikamajik Cattery

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I have always had dogs and cats as a child. It was while I was living in Papua New Guinea in 1960 that I first saw a Siamese cat and it was my dream to own one. When I returned to Australia, I was given two seal point Siamese cats. When one died and the remaining one fretted, my husband bought me another kitten, this time it was registered, and I decided to show it. During my first show I spotted a Birman, and that was a bigger love affair than the Siamese. In 1972 I purchased my first Birman cat, a seal point female called Karissa, and our household has not been without a Birman since.

Since 1970 I have bred Siamese, Birmans and for a short period Abyssinians. Since 1985, I have specialised in Birmans only, and feel I have done more justice to the breed by breeding Birmans only. In 1987 I started a tabby point experimental program, following in Anneli Falk's las Perlas (Germany) footsteps. I fell in love with the tabby point Cepetti while on a visit to Germany in 1980. Since the sad passing of Anneli, I have kept in close contact with her daughter Bettina, who still breeds Birmans under the Las Perlas prefix.

At the same time, two colleagues and I started an experimental program for chocolate/lilac point Birmans (see Majik Cattery).

I believe in breeding good quality Birmans that are big and strong boned with good coat and type. I have been fortunate in being able to send Birmans to Europe and the USA as well as all states in Australia, and am proud of the cats which I have sent.

See the product of my grooming - this is what I do with my Birman fur.
(Photo of jumper)

My friend has spun the fur from my cats and knitted the jumper. The cat motif is knitted entirely of Birman fur.

I have lived in Canberra which is the Capital of Australia since 1966. Originally I was born in Vienna, Austria. I still read and speak German.

I welcome and invite visitors that come to Australia to visit Canberra and the Birman breeders here. We have a Birman Specialist Club (see Birman Cat Club of Canberra) which holds a "Birmans only" show once each year where we get up to 90 entries from all around Australia.

In 2007, I retired from full time employment and packed myself and cats and have relocated to Gulmarrad, NSW and am now enjoying the "simple life" and relaxation.

This Birman Cat Ring site is owned by
Liz Robinson .
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