Hidden Magnolia

Hidden Magnolia We are a boutique Cattery focused on breeding healthy cats with big personalities. Website under cons
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12/29/2023

I just know I'm going to die petting something I shouldn't

12/29/2023
Silver Mackerel (available to go home mid January)Thai Tonkinese ~ Silver British Shorthair Quince & Bax
12/28/2023

Silver Mackerel (available to go home mid January)
Thai Tonkinese ~ Silver British Shorthair
Quince & Bax

Silver ShadedBurmilla/Burmese ~ Silver British ShorthairLily & Mischa
12/26/2023

Silver Shaded
Burmilla/Burmese ~ Silver British Shorthair
Lily & Mischa

PashSilver ShadedBurmilla ~ Silver British Shorthair Estella & Bax
12/22/2023

Pash
Silver Shaded
Burmilla ~ Silver British Shorthair
Estella & Bax

Silver Shaded Burmilla ~ BurmeseEstella & Mr Patel
12/09/2023

Silver Shaded
Burmilla ~ Burmese
Estella & Mr Patel

11/30/2023
11/22/2023

Silver Shaded
Burmilla/ Burmese ~ Silver British Shorthair
Lily & Mischa

11/18/2023

***REMEMBERING THE CATS***
Thousands of cats were dispatched to the trenches during WW1 to keep rodent numbers down and act as early warning detectors for mustard gas. So many gave great comfort to the troops as companions and mascots. How many cats survived we will never know?
Paws At The Ready -
The cats of World War One had significant role in all the campaigns, we must honour their bravery too.
Give thought to all the kitties
who served in World War One.
A battalion of the finest
who never fired a gun.
What was their role?
Whether hunting rodents out at sea,
or loyal friends to men,
these many cats had vital roles,
time and time again.
The food was saved.
A common sight in trenches deep,
dispatching mice and rats,
the soldiers’ had a special bond
with many of these cats.
Many were treasured mascots.
Five hundred thousand cats were sent
to serve in the Great War.
Some detected mustard gas,
whilst others were off shore.
Some of the feline heroes -
Togo was the Dreadnought’s cat,
The Swan had their lad Ching.
Pincher was the Vinex’s mog,
it was luck they hoped they’d bring.
‘Martinpuich’ was aptly named,
by The 9th battalion chaps.
Pitouchi was the orphaned kit,
who’d survived on army scraps.
Spark Plug, Tabby and many more
were companions to the troops.
The feline unsung heroes,
those cats who became recruits.
We’ll never truly realise
just what these cats went through.
So spare a thought and give some thanks
for what they did for you!
Lest We Forget!
A gunner with the regimental cat in a trench in Cambrin, France, February 6th, 1918.

BaymaxSilver ShadedBurmilla ~ Silver British ShorthairEstella & Bax
11/13/2023

Baymax
Silver Shaded
Burmilla ~ Silver British Shorthair
Estella & Bax

11/10/2023

Lily’s littles
Silver Shaded
Burmilla / Burmese ~ Silver British Shorthair
Lily & Mischa

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11/04/2023

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15820 Berlin Trpk
Purcellville, VA
20132

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(757) 465-9834

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