Roméo
du Clos D'Eugénie

Born on February 22, 2020
Parents: Or Rose & Valerio

Romeo was born in a litter of 3 very big kittens; weight in relation to the exceptional size of his 2 parents. I immediately fell in love with this kitten whose evolution is remarkable for his current age. He looks very mature for his 1 years old. He has not had kittens yet but we hope to see his first babies in 2021 or 2022.

About his look, he is very imposing and already has a very big head of a reproductive male. His fur is splendid as in all his maternal lineage. On the character side, he is kind, shy and reserved. He needs time to adapt in case of change of environment like a good number of kittens at their arrival at the adopters. The contrast is amusing between his strong look and his sensitive character.

At the beginning it was not foreseen that Romeo was a breeding cat but a combination of circumstances changed his destiny. Roméo had to go to a faithful adoptive mother in Strasbourg, France, who has a female born at my home in 2018. Complications caused by COVID-19 prevented her trip. Her adopter very kindly postponed her reservation on a brother of Radieuse which allowed us with my friend Sylvie of Les Gummis en Sucre to make other projects for Roméo.

Romeo is blue carrier chocolate, he is pure Shorthair and his blood type is B. This is the occasion to stop for a moment on the blood group of cats.

There are three blood groups in cats: group A, group B and group AB. Blood group A and blood group AB are very close. In almost all breeds, the dominant blood group is blood group A.

There may be an incompatibility between the mother’s blood type and the blood type of one or more of her kittens. If there is a blood incompatibility, the kittens’ red blood cells may be destroyed. This disease, called neonatal erythrolysis disease, can lead to the death of the kittens in the first days of life as well as necrosis on the extremities of all the limbs in the first weeks for the least affected.

There can be blood incompatibility when a group B mother is married to a group A or group AB male.

Therefore :
  • A group B female should preferably be married to a group B male to avoid any risk of blood incompatibility. 

  • There can still be a mate between a group B female and a group A or group AB male. In this case, the kittens must be separated from the mother for about 24 hours. After 24 hours, there is no more risk for the kittens and they can be returned to their mother.

  • A female of group A or group AB can be married to a male of group B or a male of group A because there is no risk of blood incompatibility.  

  • A group B male can therefore be married to all females whatever their blood group. 

Unfortunately in the British breed the blood group B is very represented, about 40% of cats have this blood group which requires special attention for reproduction.

For this reason, all cats are tested for their blood type and mates are organized with this in mind.

Or Rose
du Clos D'Eugénie

Born on July 3, 2018
Parents: Gloria & Eminem

She is the litter sister of Ô de Violette (the mother of Rolls Royce). Rose and Violette have a very different look. We can even say that everything opposes them: Rose has a very light blue hair, she is taller and heavier than her sister. Her character is also more shy. Violette resembles her mother and Rose resembles her father. I was delighted to let them grow up together and to have their first kittens together as well. I am also glad to be able to continue this lineage with Romeo.

Gloria, Romeo’s grandmother, is presented on Rolls Royce page.

Roméo
du Clos D'Eugénie

Born on February 22, 2020
Parents: Or Rose & Valerio

Romeo was born in a litter of 3 very big kittens; weight in relation to the exceptional size of his 2 parents. I immediately fell in love with this kitten whose evolution is remarkable for his current age. He looks very mature for his 1 years old. He has not had kittens yet but we hope to see his first babies in 2021 or 2022.

About his look, he is very imposing and already has a very big head of a reproductive male. His fur is splendid as in all his maternal lineage. On the character side, he is kind, shy and reserved. He needs time to adapt in case of change of environment like a good number of kittens at their arrival at the adopters. The contrast is amusing between his strong look and his sensitive character.

At the beginning it was not foreseen that Romeo was a breeding cat but a combination of circumstances changed his destiny. Roméo had to go to a faithful adoptive mother in Strasbourg, France, who has a female born at my home in 2018. Complications caused by COVID-19 prevented her trip. Her adopter very kindly postponed her reservation on a brother of Radieuse which allowed us with my friend Sylvie of Les Gummis en Sucre to make other projects for Roméo.


Romeo is blue carrier chocolate, he is pure Shorthair and his blood type is B. This is the occasion to stop for a moment on the blood group of cats.

There are three blood groups in cats: group A, group B and group AB. Blood group A and blood group AB are very close. In almost all breeds, the dominant blood group is blood group A.

There may be an incompatibility between the mother’s blood type and the blood type of one or more of her kittens. If there is a blood incompatibility, the kittens’ red blood cells may be destroyed. This disease, called neonatal erythrolysis disease, can lead to the death of the kittens in the first days of life as well as necrosis on the extremities of all the limbs in the first weeks for the least affected.

There can be blood incompatibility when a group B mother is married to a group A or group AB male.

Therefore :
  • A group B female should preferably be married to a group B male to avoid any risk of blood incompatibility. 

  • There can still be a mate between a group B female and a group A or group AB male. In this case, the kittens must be separated from the mother for about 24 hours. After 24 hours, there is no more risk for the kittens and they can be returned to their mother.

  • A female of group A or group AB can be married to a male of group B or a male of group A because there is no risk of blood incompatibility.  

  • A group B male can therefore be married to all females whatever their blood group. 

Unfortunately in the British breed the blood group B is very represented, about 40% of cats have this blood group which requires special attention for reproduction.

For this reason, all cats are tested for their blood type and mates are organized with this in mind.

Or Rose
du Clos D'Eugénie

Born on July 3, 2018
Parents: Gloria & Eminem

She is the litter sister of Ô de Violette (the mother of Rolls Royce). Rose and Violette have a very different look. We can even say that everything opposes them: Rose has a very light blue hair, she is taller and heavier than her sister. Her character is also more shy. Violette resembles her mother and Rose resembles her father. I was delighted to let them grow up together and to have their first kittens together as well. I am also glad to be able to continue this lineage with Romeo.

Gloria, Romeo’s grandmother, is presented on Rolls Royce page.