Queen : Jasmarez Stars of Adelaide, Tawny spotted Ocicat - aka "Poppit"click here for Poppit's pedigreeStud : Champion Boliviliki Legolas (Imp Fin), Cinnamon spotted Ocicat - aka "Nipsu"click here for Nipsu's pedigreeDate of Birth : March 8, 2018 - Ready to Leave : About June 1, 2018Kittens : AVAILABLEPort Macquarie - Tawny spotted malePort Douglas - Tawny spotted malePort Hedland - Chocolate spotted malePort Augusta - Tawny spotted femalePort Kembla - Cinnamon spotted maleClick the link for PHOTOS -As I am retiring from breeding these magnificent Ocicats, these kittens and their mummy, Poppit will be travelling to Jasmarez Ocicats in South Australia in the next couple of weeks. They will be given the Jasmarez pedigree prefix, rather than my prefix, Ozspots.For enquiries about these kittens, please contact either Nola of Oz Catz onPhone - 03 5997 6414 Mobile - 0418 549 987Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Tracie of Jasmarez Ocicats onMobile - 0412 963 498Email - Consumesyou@hotmail.com
Queen : Sirocilot Jade, Tawny spotted Ocicat - aka "Jade"click here for Jade's pedigreeStud : Champion Boliviliki Legolas (Imp Fin), Cinnamon spotted Ocicat - aka "Nipsu"click here for Nipsu's pedigreeDate of Birth : January 7, 2017 - Ready to Leave : About April 1, 2018Kittens :Ozspots Indian Pacific - Tawny spotted male - ADOPTEDOzspots Birdsville - Lilac spotted male - RESERVEDOzspots The Ghan - Tawny spotted male - ADOPTEDOzspots Nullabor - Very Dark Tawny spotted male - ADOPTEDClick the kitten names for their individual webpages and photos from birth ....
The Ghan:Named for the 'Afghan' cameleers who once moved supplies throughout the interior, The Ghan rolls from Darwin to Adelaide.
Indian Pacific:Rumble for more than 4000 km, much of it across the arid inland, from Sydney to Perth on one of the world's longest train rides.Birdsville Track:Hardy drovers once pushed cattle along this 520 km stock route, but it's now a popular 4WD journey.Canning Stock Route:The world's longest stock route (now 4WD dream destination) was created in 1906 to drive cattle from the Kimberley to the railhead at Wiluna, WA.Crossing the Nullarbor:Do it by train, car or bicycle, but do it at least once. The Nullarbor Plain is the ultimate trans-Australia experience.