Mon Biquet

We are a small breeding stations in Czech republic.
We breed snowshoe cat, and our home is the town Teplice.

Somali cat are our next love. We have three neuters in perfect quality.

About Snowshoe

The Snowshoe is a rare breed of cat originating in the USA in the 1960s.
Snowshoes were first produced in Philadelphia when a Siamese breeder's
cat gave birth to three kittens with white feet.
The coat coloration recognized by registries and associations is point
coloration, and it comes in a variety of colors, though some organizations
do not recognize certain colors. Snowshoe cats have an affectionate and
docile disposition. Due to this, they do not do well under circumstances
where they are left alone for long periods of time.
Snowshoes are also very vocal, though their voices are not as loud as
the Siamese, a cat found in their breed heritage.
They are noted as being very intelligent and have the ability to learn
tricks and open doors.


The ear size ranges from medium to medium-large with slightly rounded
tips. The head may be triangular, however can be an "applehead" shape
with a traditional cat look. The short-haired coat consists of solid and
white patterns. Points (ears, tail, face-mask and sometimes legs) are
solid black-based colors.
White patterns vary, typically falling along the face, chest, stomach,
and paws.
The body is an even coloration, subtle shading to point color on back,
shoulders and hips; toning to a lighter shade near chest and stomach.
Paw pads may be white, point color, flesh tone, or mottled. Their color
will darken with age, even to the point of turning a chocolate brown
In purebreds, the eyes are always blue. The tail is medium-sized.
Snowshoe cats come in blue, lilac, lynx, fawn, chocolate, and seal
The Snowshoe is a medium-large cat and longer length wise than many
cats, with many males reaching 14 lbs or more.


In registries and cat associations, the recognized Snowshoe coat color
is point coloration, with a light body color and darker ears, face, legs,
and tail. They have seal point coloration and blue point coloration while the
Fédération Internationale Féline recognizes seal, blue, black, chocolate,
red, cream, cinnamon, and fawn point coloration.
Snowshoe kittens are born white, and markings appear within 1 to 3 weeks.
Each Snowshoe has a pattern unique to the individual cat.
The Snowshoe's coat should be of medium to short in length, and should be
bright and smooth with no noticeable undercoat.
The Snowshoe's coat undergoes seasonal changes and does not require
much grooming.


Snowshoes are generally affectionate, sweet-tempered, and mellow.
They enjoy the company of humans and being given attention, and are
compatible with children and other pets. Snowshoes are very social and
docile, and show great devotion and love towards their owners.
Consequently, the breed dislike being left alone for long periods of time
and are able to cope with working hours more if they have another cat
companion.Snowshoes may express themselves and their complaints vocally,
though their meows are not as loud as the Siamese.
The cats are also noted as being intelligent; they can learn to open various
types of doors, and can be taught tricks, especially fetch. Snowshoes also
enjoy water, particularly running water, and may on occasion swim.
Though very active, they are not restless or easily agitated, and they have
a fondness for perching in high places.

/from Wikipedia/


New Queen from USA

All kittens from litter "F" have a new home

We are proud. Our somali Isolda is
Supreme Premior and Damien is
Champion now.