I have been president of
Norsk Skovkattering Danmark
for many years.
I have been in Felis Danica's
breeding council, and are Int. FIFe semilonghair judge.
© Ingrid Leiswall
You can write to me at
My cats are first and
foremost my pets, secondly my breeding- and show cats.
The females are living together with me in the house. Since cats are
individualists, I have them inside on shift. At the end of my house I
have built a cat garden at about 20 square meters, which the cats can
use as they want to when I am at home.
My males are living outside all
year, I do not want my house to stink like a zoo, and my males spray a
lot. They have a covered cat garden each at about 10-15 square meters.
These are part of my large cat garden at about 55 square meters,
divided into 5 rooms. In each room there is an isolated house, where
they can sleep together with the females they are with.
In the summer 2004, i hade my backyard fenced. This
gives my cats about 300 squaremeters more room. They love to be
outside playing, catching leaves, flies and other flying things.
My kittens are born in my guest
room that is in one end of the house. There the mother can have peace
and quiet, and it is still so close that I can keep an eye at them and
socialise. At the age of 3 weeks they are moved to the living room in
a play pen, where they are getting used to eating real food and using
the litter box. At the age of 6 weeks they are free to run in the
whole house. When the weather is good, they are allowed to go outside
for short runs. But I keep them inside most of the time to give them
maximum human contact