TICA International #2 Pixiebob Longhair 2018
TICA South Central Regional Winner
#1 Best Pixiebob Longhair 2018
#4 Best Allbreed Longhair 2018
#14 Best Allbreed Cat 2018
We look forward to introducing Crissy into our breeding program so we can continue to enhance the PixieBob look and lineage.
TICA International #1 Pixiebob Longhair Kitten. (2018)
TICA International #3 Pixiebob Longhair Cat. (2018) TICA SC Region #1 Pixiebob Longhair Kitten (2018)
TICA SC Region #1 Pixiebob Longhair Cat (2018)
We are pleased to announce that ColoradoPixies Okies Thunder has gone to join Kiwi Pixiebobs in New Zealand (pictured here at nine months) to further develop their breeding program. Thunder has produced the most outstanding kittens for Kiwi Pixiebobs in New Zealand.
TICA International #1 Pixiebob Longhair Cat. (2017)
TICA SC Region #1 Pixiebob Longhair Cat. (2017)
ColoradoPixies Okies Baldur will continue to enhance the ColoradoPixies Cattery breeding program. Baldur has sired multiple litters of outstanding kittens.
TICA International #1 Pixiebob Cat. (2013)
TICA SC Region #1 Pixiebob Cat (2013)
ColoradoPixies GJonson is the first Pixiebob cat to reach the TICA Supreme Grand Champion in the South Central Region. (2013)
GJonson's forever home is ColoradoPixies Cattery.
ColoradoPixies began as a small Pixiebob breeder in Westminster, Colorado in 2006 and are classified as a hobby cattery. It was soon apparent that city life could not provide the adequate space needed to allow for happy and healthy Pixiebobs. In 2008 our adventure took us to Eastern Oklahoma where we bought land near Lake Eufaula and planted our little hobby cattery. We are the only Pixiebob breeder in Oklahoma.
We are a TICA registered cattery and have adhered to the voluntary code of ethics since our inception in 2006. We continued to be awarded the TICA Outstanding Cattery Award until the program was discontinued. Although the program has been temporarily dissolved we continue to have regular veterinary inspections and maintain the highest level of care. We continue to adhere to the code of ethics until the program is revamped and made available again. Check out our TICA affiliation here.
There is always the question of the original grouping of breeds contributing to the distinctive look of the Pixiebob. Here is the answer to that question according to Bobbie Tullo, Bobbie was among the original group of breeders for the Pixiebob.
During a conversation I had with Bobbie, while benched next to each other at the TICA Party Cats show in Forest Park, Georgia on November 13, 2016, she emphatically told me that the breeds utilized to accomplish this look were Maine Coon, Jungle Cat, Bengal and Manx. There are particular attributes chosen from each breed which contributed to the look we now cherish. However, some people still refute which breeds were used. Regardless, the fact remains that there were no Bobcats.
Originating in the Northwestern United States, the loyal Pixiebob is muscular, brawny cat bred to resemble the wild Coastal Red Bobcat found in the coastal mountains of the area. It is the only breed that accepts polydactyls (cats with extra toes) and comes in two coat lengths. These intelligent cats replicate the look of the wild bobcat but have the loving personality of the domestic cat. Often called dogs in disguise, the affectionate Pixiebob is devoted to its family and can be taught to walk on a leash to participate in family outings. These sturdy cats have the presence and stature of the bobcat with the personality of the domestic cat. (Pixiebob Introduction. Retrieved August 29, 2018, from https://www.tica.org/en/cat-breeds/item/252-pixiebob-introduction.
ColoradoPixies Cattery and ColoradoPixiesSW Cattery are both TICA Registered catteries.
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