CFA Ch. Moqui Blue Lord of Ayame (1985-1997), Blue Point Siamese Male, known as "Spare Parts." He was the son of the English Gr. Ch. Killdown Kaliph of Dahin and the grandson of the English Gr. Ch. Amberseal Electo.
CFA Ch. Brindell's Blue Angel of Ayame (1982-1992), Blue Point Siamese Female, known as "Angel."
ACFA Sr. Ch. Brindell's Vanilla Fudge of Ayame (1970-1987), Lilac Point Siamese Male, known as "Thai San."
Left: CFA Ch. Daibreakz Sand Pebble of Ayame (1987-1998), Seal Point Siamese Female, known as "Pebbles." Right: CFA Ch. & Pr. Ayame Emil Jannings (1984-1997), Blue Point Siamese Male, known as "Emil."
Del-Ri Victoria of Ayame (1989-1998), Seal Point Siamese Female, known as "Vicky."
CFA Ch. Ayame Black Magic (1987-2003), Seal Point Siamese Male, known as "Buck." Winner of the John Dawe Memorial Award for Best Siamese Kitten, Southwest Region, CFA, 1987-88. He is the son of "Spare Parts" above.
Ayame Funny Girl (1993-2004), Blue Point Siamese Female, known as "FG." She was a loyal fan of the Los Angeles Lakers, watching every game on TV with her friends (she tended to turn her back whenever the Lakers are losing). At five pounds, she easily qualified as the littlest Laker Girl ever! She was the daughter of "Black Magic" above.
A very large cat! "Snowball" is a nine-year old, 87-pound, tabby cat, owned by Rodger Degagne. She measures 5' 9" from nose to tail. Snowball was the daughter of two ordinary tabby cats who were found inside an abandoned research facility. Among other things, she has eaten an entire cooked chicken, most of a dead racoon and pike (she likes to go fishing with Rodger). Her normal diet includes three pounds of cat food a day plus deer and moose meat that Rodger hunts in the fall. Rodger said "the vet thinks it could be her thyroid, but she isn't fat, she's just a real big cat. I think maybe her parents got into something at Chalk River [research facility] that they shouldn't have." [Newspaper story forwarded on the Internet.]
This story is not true and the picture is faked. The cat's name is Jumper and he weighs 21 pounds. Cordell Hauglie of Washington State created the picture in Photoshop to amuse his daughter, e-mailed it to some friends, and somebody else added the story and posted it on the Internet. The Guiness Book of Records does, however, record a 98-pound domestic cat.