NL*Huldra fra Jerriks
F1 (foundation) Generation
black & white (n 09)
Pyruvate kinase deficiency (PK deficiency) free
is just 0,0% !!!
That is the lowest in all the worlds NFO breeding!!!
As Smyril is out of the wild in Norway
Polaris just 4,80% !!! Veery low and extremely rare!
And that is the
reason why we kept her.
As her precious father had to retire from breeding because he couldn't
stand to be seperated as a fertile male.
We simply had to keep her to set forth his breeding line.
Oh it made me cry to neuter him after all the effort to get him into our
But i had to choose for his welfare. Now he is feeling fine again!
Beeing able to follow us around all day long :)
This baby was very
special to us right from the start because she came as
a big surprise 2 days after the delivery of her siblings!
While weighting the kittens in the evening, all of a sudden i held a black
and white female in my hand!
Hahah you should have seen my face ;) I never heard of that before and
i was so glad that se was doing fine!
A Huldra is a beautiful
Norse forest female creature from Norse folklore,
she is said to have long blond hair and always wears a crown made of flowers.
But the name Huldra is not easy to call in dutch language, so we had to
find another suiting name for her.
I asked my friend Kerstin if she knew a nice name for this special "creature"
and she came up with Runa!
The name Runa means secret and spell, it also was a norse sorceress -
so the best fitting name fir our girl :)
3 years and 5 months
1 year 8 months
her son Runar
Almost 10 months
Our Covergirl :)
With her halfbrother