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Summer 2017 -  Ocicat Litter - Smoky & Nipsu

Queen :                   Ozspots Smoky, a Blue spotted silver Ocicat
Stud :                   Champion Boliviliki Legolas (Imp Fin), aka Nipsu, a Cinnamon spotted Ocicat
Date of Birth :        February 21, 2016
Ready to Leave :   From May 15, 2017
Kittens :       

Kittens Available for Adoption -

    Contact Nola -
    Email:  ocicats@optusnet.com.au   Phone: 03 5997 6414  Mobile: 0418 549 987
               ** for their kitten photo albums - click their names

Ozspots Carlton - Tawny spotted boy


Kittens Reserved (Waiting on Deposit), Available or Sold -

Ozspots Dalton - Black spotted silver boy - SOLD to Paul W, Victoria
Ozspots Balmain - Black spotted silver girl - SOLD to Paul W, Victoria
Ozspots Annandale - Tawny spotted girl - SOLD to Paul W, Victoria
Ozspots Paddington - Tawny spotted girl - SOLD to Cindy & Mike G, Queensland
Ozspots Brompton - Blue spotted silver boy - SOLD to Cindy & Mike G, Queensland
Ozspots Mallacoota - Tawny spotted girl - SOLD to Natalie T, Queensland
Ozspots Subiaco - Tawny spotted boy - SOLD to Jamie W, New South Wales
Ozspotos Carlton - Tawny spotted boy - AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

Kitten Photo Gallery
Each of Smoky and Nipsu's Ocicat kittens has their own webpage so their owners can watch their growth and development.
Each week, I will update the photos.
Click on your kitten's name in the above list to access their webpage for all their photos.
Kitten Diary
Date of BirthFebruary 21, 2017
1st Parasite Treatment
April 3, 2017 - 6 weeks old
2nd Parasite TreatmentApril 17, 2017 - 8 weeks old
1st F3 Vaccination
April 17, 2017 - 8 weeks old
3rd Parasite TreatmentMay 1, 2017 - 10 weeks old
2nd F3 VaccinationMay 8, 2017 - 11 weeks old
Desex, Microchip, Vet ExamMay 8 - 15, 2017 - 11 - 12 weeks old
4th Parasite TreatmentMay 15, 2017 - 12 weeks old
Ready to Leave Oz Catz - Collection or Interstate TravelMay 15, 2017 - 12 weeks old
3rd F3 VaccinationMay 29, 2017 - 14 weeks old
Ready to Leave Oz Catz - International TravelMay 29, 2017 - 14 weeks old
Kitten Names -  All Oz Catz' Ocicats are registered with Australian themed names .....

Ozspots Balmain - in New South Wales, a suburb in the Inner West of Sydney, Australia, is located 6 km west of the Sydney CBD on a small peninsula that juts out of Sydney Harbour, directly opposite Milson's Point.  
The area was part of a 550 acres (2.2 km2) grant to colonial surgeon Dr William Balmain (1762–1803) made in 1800 by Governor John Hunter.

Ozspots Annandale - also in NSW, Annandale is a suburb of Sydney, located within 5 kilometres of Sydney.
Major George Johnston (1764–1823) arrived on the First Fleet ship Lady Penrhyn, which brought convicts to Australia from England. He was granted 100 acres (0.40 km2) of land in the area around Annandale and Stanmore, which became known as Johnston's Bush. He later renamed it Annandale after his birthplace Annan in Scotland, United Kingdom.

Ozspots Subiaco - Subiaco (known colloquially as Subi) is an inner western suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
Prior to European settlement the area was home to the Noongar Indigenous people.  The area was settled in 1851 by Italian Benedictine monks. The monks named the area after Subiaco in Italy, the location where Benedict of Nursia, the founder of the Order of Saint Benedict, had begun his work.

Ozspots Brompton - an inner-northern suburb of Adelaide, South Australia.  
Brompton was established in June 1849 and quickly grew. By October of that year, two thirds of the formerly "bare common ground [was] covered with substantial and genteel cottages, thriving shops and wells of excellent water."
Ovingham Post Office opened on 1 November 1879, was renamed Bowden in 1970 and Brompton in 1991.

Ozspots Paddington - an inner suburb of Brisbane, Australia located 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) west of the Brisbane CBD on a number of steep ridges and hills. It was settled in the 1860s. Many original and distinctive Queenslander homes can be found in the suburb. Houses are frequently built on stumps, owing to the steep nature of their blocks.

Ozspots Carlton - Carlton is an inner-northern suburb of Melbourne, Australia, 2 km from Melbourne's central business district.
The suburb is well known for its "Little Italy" precinct on Lygon Street, for its Victorian architecture and its garden squares including the Carlton Gardens, the latter being the location of the Royal Exhibition Building, one of Australia's few man-made sites with World Heritage status.  Carlton is thought to have been named after Carlton House, London.
Carlton was founded in 1851 at the beginning of the Victorian Gold Rush, with the Carlton Post Office opening on 19 October 1865.

Ozspots Mallacoota -  a small town in East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.  It is one of the most isolated towns in Victoria, 25 kilometres off the Princes Highway and halfway between Melbourne and Sydney when travelling via Princes Highway. It is the last official township on Victoria's east coast before the border with New South Wales.
Prehistory the area was part of the territory of the Bidawal people. Settlers started to arrive in the 1830s. A small timber lighthouse was installed on nearby Gabo Island in 1854, and the existing granite lighthouse was completed in 1862.

Ozspots Dalton - is a small inland country town in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia.  Nearby towns are Cullerin, Gundaroo, Gunning, Yass, and Murrumbateman.  It is located in a region is renowned for its sheep wool industry, notably for the Merino breed. The vibrancy of Dalton's heyday in the 19th century as a sheep-shearing centre is gone, lost in 1875 when the train line was routed through nearby Gunning rather than Dalton. Today the town is taking on a new role as a rural-residential centre.
The underlying rock strata of the region from Dalton to Lake George some 40 kilometres (25 mi) east is geologically active, with the lake formed along a fault system running north-south.
    Contact: 03 5997 6414 or 0418 549 987 or ocicats@optusnet.com.au
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