To Jos Him-Pers Himalayans & Persians. My
husband Ray and myself Josey (actually it is Joanne) would like
to WELCOME you to our small cattery which is located in Southern
Maryland. We are about 25 - 30 miles
from Washington, D.C. and Virginia. We live in a rural area that
has remained undisturbed and enjoy the nightly sights of the Deer
and other wildlife that roam our domain. We are very devoted to
our Himalayans and spend a great deal of time raising and giving
them the love and attention they need; so that we have kitties that
are warm, lovable and devoted to their new families - we pride ourselves
in doing a good job.
husband and I have always loved cats but when we went to a show
several years ago we fell in love with the Himalayan. I made a decision
then when I retired that I would start raising the Himalayan and
it has been a wonderful experience. Our Himalayans live with us
and all of our babies are raised underfoot. It is such a wonderful
experience to help bring these wonderful little babies into the
world and YES they are spoiled and loved and cuddled and it is gratifying
to be able to share them with those that adopt our little ones.
My husband is very involved in the rearing of our little ones. I
am just not sure who spoils them the most.
THOUGHTS . . . .
Warm our laps, give us someone to talk to, help reduce high blood
pressure, bring the winter air inside nestled in their coats, creates
a kindred feeling with "other cat people", turn common household objects
like bottle caps into toys, make us more aware of birds, donate their
services as alarm clocks, display daring acrobatic feats right in
front of our eyes, contribute to living a longer life, make a window
sill more beautiful, keep mice on the run, make us smile, inspire
Poets and Playwrights, teach us to land on our feet, makes our homes
warmer, share with us the "all is well" experience of purring, reminds
us that life is mysterious and most of all opens our hearts.