Blueskies Cracker Jack
Jack is Blue Skies first "homegrown" stud. He is also our first standard stud. He is a shaded red tabby and is the son of Star and Rory!
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Blueskies Wynter Whyte Chocolyte
Wynter is a cute little tortie point and white girl. She is the daughter of our retired breeders Jubilee & Pippin!
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Blueskies Musette
Musette spent two years at Beaux N Belles cattery and has now returned to continue her Blue Skies hertitage at home. She is one of three kittens from the only litter her father, Tequilla, ever sired, so we are super happy to have those amazing genes back in our program. Her mother, Blue Skies retired queen, Rhapsody, has a great Blue Skies legacy as well. Musette is a gorgeous blue cream point and white and is Blue Skies first non-standard queen!
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Blueskies Miss Ellaneous
Ellie is a non-standard shaded torbie and white girl. She carries some great Blue Skies genes that we want to keep in our lines!
Beauxnbelles Venus
Venus comes to us from our friends at Beaux N Belles cattery. She is a beautiful silver shaded and white girl with brilliant green eyes. ot only does this beauty carry chocolate, which will pair well with our new stud, Winka, but she has also been known to produce odd-eyed kittens!
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Blueskies Mistress Mollipop
Molli is a standard black torbie girl. She is the daughter of Blue Skies Phabulous Phoebe (now retired) and Blue Skies Cracker Jack. Molli will be carrying on her mother, Phoebe's legacy!
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Purrdelis Wonkas Pure Imagination
Wonka is a standard chocolate & white boy. He is from strong Blue Skies lines, bringing them back to Blue Skies for future generations!