UpperValley Solveig, Our New Queen

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Two litters of kittens born in March 2022.

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Solveig delivered one new kitten on 10 March 2022.  This was a single kitten litter.

A new page with botth Angelique's 12 March and Solveig's 10 March kittens may be found by clicking here.


Solveig delivered just one kitten on 10 March. We were expecting two. He's a very healthy boy in his dad's red with white attire 

We have been on "holiday" for a month or so with only an occasional update here at the web site We have resumed the daily weighing and weekly updates until the kitten has moved to his permanent home.. 

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Solveig's weight chart shows that she is nearly up to the weight when she had her first litter. There were only two kittens in that litter. We hope there will be more this time.

Her weight gain was nearly constant right up to the birth.

Our latest picture, above, of UpperValley Solveig was taken on 3 May 2021. We expect to have new photographs of Solveig and her kittens shortly after their birth.  The picture above right  was taken in January 2021. Her color hasn't changed, only the lighting. She wanted to show off her tail like her mom has done in Angelique's new picture 

Solveig is a kitten from the 2020 litter born at the beginning of the COVID19 pandemic. She has grown up under rather unusual circumstances with no visitors to learn about other human beings. We did not find another breeder to transfer her to so we imported a Tennessee Rex gene carrier sire from West Virginia. She became receptive on 1 January and is now our second Queen. She did not complete breeding successfully in early January, 2021 We await for her to become receptive possibly before 2022.

Solveig was born in the same birthing box that we have for each litter. With two queens expecting we have to add a second maternity suite. Mother Angelique's new kittens will be brothers and sisters of Solveig. All 2021 kittens have moved to new homes except the full Tennessee Rex male. He is a cream tabby short hair with the typical Tennessee Rex curls.  Depending upon the need for his genetic makeup he may be available as a special household pet.

We have two adult Tennessee Rex cats available to good homes. 
Please contact me at 802 869 3456 if you are interested.

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Page Revised 21 May 2022
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