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Chloes Carroll Chaining of Bamboo
Sire: Chloes EZ DUZ IT  Dam: Chloe's Goodgollymissmolly
When we first saw Chloes Carroll Chaining photo above at 7 months of age and the photo's below, our jaws dropped and we were lost for wards. Everyone who sees him says WOW!

Chaining is a large tri-color F6 Brown Marbled Tabby Bengal male, with unbelievable chaining outlined pattern and clear light coat. He is double pelted, heavy glittered, long bodied, with small rounded well cupped ears, and thick rosetted tail. His profiles are one of the best we have ever seen in a Bengal cat. We didn't think it was possible to get this much chaining pattern on a Bengal cat. The closest we have seen was the famous Voodoo Magic Marker who is in our IW RW SGC King Cobra's pedigree, but is unrelated to Chaining.

An added bonus is, that Chaining's bloodlines actually go back to our original Bengal cats. He is a Grandson of our Chloes Brandi Wine of Bamboo, that we have owned for sometime and Brandi's mother was out of Bamboo Luke of Askaribengals, who was out of our RW QGC Forestrun Hocus Pocus of Bamboo and our Glamourcats Rose Medallion of Bamboo (Bamboo's First Queen).  It's fun to know that Chaining would not have been here today if not for Bamboo Cattery, but we do not want to take anything away from Carolyn Ellis's outstanding breeding program, who we call the Marble Queen.

It should be noted that Chaining is a full brother and half brother to some of the best Marbled Bengal cats in the world, like IAW RW QGC Chloes Painted Spirit of AdventureBeach , RW SGC Earth Wind and Fire of Tapastree, CH Chloes Landslide of AdventureBeach, QCH Chloes Waterfall of AdventureBeach, Chloes Running Man, and CH Razzberri Wine of Chloes.

Chaining is also a sweet, lay back cat. A BIG THANKS must go to our friend Carolyn Ellis, aka the Marble Queen of Chloes Cattery for this awesome marble boy who is sure to cross well with our Cobra-Spice Girl-Keelin marble bloodlines as well as our rare chained Leopard Cat bloodlines. Chaining's first litters are expected in fall of 2006.
 

Photos courtesy of Carolyn Ellis of Chloes Cattery and 
Professional Photographer Gini Haines of  Poland, Maine



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