This pedigree has been copied from the one that we received with DÓrna as a kitten, 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 Imperial Grand Champion & Grand Premier Dayjoy Orla
SexFemale
BreedTiffanie (Asian Semi-Longhair)
VarietyChocolate Tortie Silver Shaded (68 43hs)
D.o.B26/02/2009
Reg. No.CS 739760
BreederJoy Wakenshaw
OwnerMiss Heather McRae & Mr Richard Gabb
Inbreeding10.0% (over 10 generations)

Dayjoy Orla
ParentsGrandparentsGreat GrandparentsGreat Great Grandparents
Kevona Simply Awesome
03/07/2003
CSSR 558384
68 43fs
Champion Kennbury Black Ice
25/09/2001
72 42
GR CH Karesama Silver Seacharmer
28/08/2000
72 43bsq
Fandango Kennbury Rossini
27b
GR CH Karesama Silver Seabreeze
72 43bsq
Quercus Kennbury Rani
20/05/1998
72 43s
Sparkle Alfaone
10
Coomakista Gypsys Promise
27a
Champion Fandango Isabel
28/03/2001
68 43dsq
Grathors Torantaskanay
28/09/1997
68 43dsq
Adwelsh Grathors Sherpa
68 43sq
Grathors Torchenayah
72 42eq
Fandango Bessie Bunter
17/12/1999
68 43ps
Coomakista Creamcounty Leo
72 43ds
Riverdance Fandango Diva
68 43sq
Farash Loralei Lee
09/02/2006
CSSR 663754
68 42hq
Filandre Orion Stargazer
19/10/2003
68 43
CH Kennbury Black Ice
25/09/2001
72 42
GR CH Karesama Silver Seacharmer
72 43bsq
Quercus Kennbury Rani
72 43s
GR CH Filandre Chasinrainbows
22/02/2001
68 43eq
Filandre Sirlancelot
68 43bsq
Filandre Marmaladie
72eV
Tara Grand Champion Coomakista Sugar Kane
14/05/2004
68 43dsq
Coomakista Lee Gold
05/06/2002
68 43dsq
Coomakista Rare Gold
68 43f
MU ME Coomakista Ladylee
68 42eq
CH Coomakista Marilyn Munro Multiple Merit Winner
23/09/1997
68 43dsq
Coomakista Owlett
72 43ds
Quercus Iris
72 42hq
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.