On this page, you’ll find our retired breeding cats, who have had some offspring in our cattery and who you can find back in the pedigrees of our actual breeding cats. Of course after 12 years of breeding, some of our beloved neuters are living happily with us, but not all of them do. It’s always so difficult to get separated from one of your dear cats you have been sharing the life with for some years but the re-homing of neutered cats can become necessary for various reasons.
It happens quite often after being neutered, cats lose their place in the group and don’t get along that well anymore with other cats. It all starts with some fairly innocent conflicts, which will get more intense when time passes by. Then it’s, according to us, time to take decisions and to act in the interest of the animal. Peace and harmony are essential in a cattery for the health and wellbeing of the cats, young & old. Thus it get necessary, if no other method works, to get the dominant or the dominated or maybe, in the worth case, even both, out of the group to get back to a peaceful & quite surrounding. Happily, we faced that kind of situation only two times in all those years at Titran’s.
I would like to point out however that it not always has to come to conflicts. Sometimes, it just happens that a cat is not happy living in a group of cats, it then gets unhappy and stressed. This is also a situation, where we feel it’s more important to make a cat feel well than to realize the selfish dreams of a breeder.