"Dogs have owners, Cats have Servants"
This saying is very true, once you adopt
one of these delightful breeds you are in for a lifetime of slavery of the
nicest kind. These two breeds complement each other and indeed without the Siamese
we would not have the Tonkinese.
My main aim when breeding these two breeds is to produce felines that are true
to type (Breed Standard) both in confirmation and temperament. Felines that are muscular
and athletic with healthy constitutions and that are long-lived. Felines that have strong
characters, are confident, playful, affectionate and loyal. Felines that
are lifetime companions, friends and loving family members.
Please explore the menu items at the top of
the page where you will find more information about each breed
as well as seeing pictures of my ever expanding family.
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February 2017 - Tonkyway are proud to announce the arrival of a new stud boy - Phabbay Galactic Comet, he is a
sweet natured, affectionate Chocolate CPP (carries Bl); my grateful thanks to Wilma Morrison for breeding such a
well adjusted and beautiful boy.
Show update: 10 December 2016 - TBC Show and National Show. A good day out for the Tonkyway cats. Columbae achieved two "ccs" as she was entered in
both shows. Zohreh gained her third cc so is now made up to Champion; One of Columbus kittens was shown and got First
and Best of Breed in her class.
Show update: 22 October 2016 - Supreme Show, Birmingham. TONKYWAY IO, gained her Imperial Certificates and is now
IMP.GR.CH. many congratulations to Natalie of Titantonks for their success. IO has achieved this new title in
the space of one year. I wish them both every success in the Olympian and UK Grand Title Certificates. I am
very proud that one of kittens from my founder queen "Venus" has done so well. Venus's kitten "My Zohreh",
from her last litter, and also "Columbae" are just starting on their show career paths having both had litters this summer.