This pedigree is made up of the one that we received with Dārna as a kitten, and those provided to us by the owners of Fiona and Etak's sires, and should therefore be correct. However, if you notice any errors in this or any other pedigree, we would be very grateful if you could let us know.
Pedigree Of Champion Cagaran Éiteag-Bārr
SexMale
BreedTiffanie (Asian Semi-Longhair)
VarietyCream Silver Spotted Burmese Pattern (68 38fsq)
D.o.B07/05/2012
Reg. No.CS 817967
Breeder/OwnerMiss Heather McRae & Mr Richard Gabb
Inbreeding5.9% (over 10 generations)

Cagaran Éiteag-Bārr
ParentsGrandparentsGreat GrandparentsGreat Great Grandparents
Champion Kagura Shogun
06/09/2007
CS 697916
72 38bq
Champion Kagura Moet
18/05/2006
68 38bq
CH Kagura Remus
28/03/2005
72 45a
CH Kagura Roland D'Or
68 45
I GR CH Beannocht Fionnuala
72 45bq
CH Nemorez Anaffair Torember
29/10/2003
68b
GR CH Nemorez Blackstorm
68
Nemorez Dragonflynymph
72 43bq
Imperial Grand Champion Kagura Katisha
23/11/2005
72 45q
CH Kagura Roland D'Or
02/07/2003
68 45
Magnacata Charlemagne
68 44
GR CH Kagura Rosette Parfait
68 43asq
OB I GR CH Kagura Galadriel
31/07/2004
72 45bq
GR CH Kagura Xaracen
27c
I GR CH Beannocht Fionnuala
72 45bq
Champion Cagaran Beannachd-Fionn
19/09/2010
CS 780473
68 43fns
Champion Nemorez Agentorange
20/11/2004
68 43fns
GR CH Nemorez Blackstorm
29/08/2002
68
Oaxaca Titus Andronicus
72 45
Vervain Jezebelat Nemorez
68h
Admonsh Fmoke Signal
20/08/2001
72 43js
Serennol Virtually Vervain
72 45d
Nemorez Goldenpromise
72 43bsq
Imperial Grand Champion Dayjoy Orla
26/02/2009
68 43hsq
Kevona Simply Awesome
03/07/2003
68 43fs
CH Kennbury Black Ice
72 42
CH Fandango Isabel
68 43dsq
Farash Loralei Lee
09/02/2006
68 42hq
Filandre Orion Stargazer
68 43
Tara GR CH Coomakista Sugar Kane
68 43dsq
Produced using Breeders Assistant for Cats Pedigree Software (tel: 0870 870 7740), Professional Edition licensed to Cagaran.
We have tried to keep the pedigrees on this site as accurate as possible, but we cannot be certain of the reliability of some of the sources used to complete the older generations that are used in calculations of inbreeding co-efficients. These may, therefore, not be entirely correct, but they should be close enough to give a good idea.