RW SGC Cooperdolls Mint Julep
Julep has retired in 2022 from breeding.
She has given me 3 gorgeous children to keep:
IW BW SGC Cooperdolls Plus Que Parfait
Cooperdolls Shared Belief
Cooperdolls Mint Million
Julep was my best breeding female ever and has been a joy to show.
Her purrsonality matches her looks!
Thank you, Juju, for all you have blessed me with!
RW SGC Batifoleurs Mind Your Biscuits
My little spotted soulmate who goes by the name of Smiley at home.
Smiley came to me in 2019 from The Netherlands and she is the daughter of my favorite Bengal ever: IW SGC Batifoleurs Armani.
I needed an "opposite breed" to fulfill the requirements to enter TICA's judging program.
So I had the opportunity to buy Smiley and it is a match made in heaven.
Smiley and I have an amazing bond and she will do anything for me.
Despite being a Bengal, there is not a bad bone in her body.
Yes, she is naughty, active and has a voice that can cut through glass. But she actually thinks she is a Ragdoll!
Bengals are supposed to be smart, elegant and athletic. Well, not Smiley LOL
Smiley competed in kitten class and she was spayed after getting her best cat to reach Supreme Grand Champion.
I never intented on breeding with her, she is just my beloved pet.
Smiley is a seal mink tabby spotted Bengal.
My biggest thanks to her breeder, Irene Van Belzen, for this gem.
RW CH Cooperdolls Riva Ridge
Riva was spayed in 2021 when we discovered that she actually has 1 kidney instead of 2.
This was missed during her first screening for PKD in 2018 in The Netherlands.
Having one kidney is not something that would cause health issues but it is absolutely not desired for a breeding female and it could be passed on to her offspring.
So we made the decision to spay her and she has been a wonderful nanny to our kittens.
Riva enjoys her daily walks in our safe garden more than anything in the world.
RW SGCA My Precious Raggies Tasha
Tasha is our oldest cat, she was born in 2006.
She was supposed to be a breeding female but she never got pregnant and was spayed.
Tasha is a senior cat at 16 years of age and she really enjoys her quiet time now.
Her mental health has not been good for the past few years but her body seems to be very strong.
I hope she will stay with us for many more years to come.
Mimi is Johan's household pet and she is our second senior lady.
She is quite the character and knows what she wants.
Sadly, she does not really appreciate other cats but she has
discovered that living a peaceful life with Tasha is not the end of the world.