APRIL, 2, 2012 SAW THE PASSING OF A CHOCOLATE ICON
GC. Lake Hyco's Brown Thrasher
CFA's Best Chocolate Persian 2000-2001
There is no thanks great enough to
express our gratitude properly.
A great thanks to Teresa Glisson of Lake Hyco a friend who is always there for us,
for this wonderful, grand, Chocolate treasure. He will be greatly loved in our home.
THRASHER'S PASSING APRIL, 2, 2012
It is with great sadness that DREAMZ says good-bye to GC.LAKE HYCO BROWN THRASHER of
DREAMZ. Thrasher was an old boy and always loving to the end, he use to love to cruel up and watch TV with Ben. His breeder was Teresa Glisson of the great cattery of Lake
Hyco. He will be sadly missed. Thrasher pasted away in his sleep early Monday morring
April, 2 2012. In recent years Thrasher started showing his age sleeping much of the day and only wanting his wet
foods, and looking forward to his treat of salmon, or Tuna. Thrasher was an important Chocolate stud and can be found in many top Chocolate / Lilac pedigrees. He produced many top winning
Chocolates, Lilacs and carriers many grands, so he will live on in thier pedigrees. He has produced so many that they are too numberous to mention
here. But many of you live with some of his off spring or great off
spring. Here at DREAMZ about 90% of our cats have Thrasher in thier pedigree so he will live on forever
here, with some of his best being;;; SMGC & INT.CH. DREAMZ DREAM BEAU CNW &
RW, GC. & Int.CH.DREAMZ DREAMY DAHLIAS, GC. DREAMZ SMOOTHOPERATOR of FLUFFYTOES CNW &
RW, Int.CH.DREAMZ DREAM QUEEN, & GC . DREAMZ DREAMY
ANGELEYES. l remember the arrival of Thrasher here at Dreamz it was the most important time here at
Dreamz, we were forever thankful to Teresa our dear friend for such a rare
treasure. Rest in peace our great love, our beautiful Chocolate boy in our minds
forever. Thank you to all of you who said good bye to our Thrasher thank you for your wonderful
This is a page we haven't needed to place but inside we both knew one day the sad time would come. As you all know being a breeder we all deal in life and death it is the sad part of life that death comes one day to all, but it is still so very hard to deal with.
IT IS WITH GREAT SADNESS WE BRING TO EVERYONES ATTENTION
THE PASSING OF;
GERTRUDE LACROIX of the CATTA CATTERY.
Gertrude was a great friend who we always looked forward to see in Quebec. Some of you may remember Gertrude as being the breeder who produced the very beautiful GC. CATTA YODA. Or perhaps they remember her being mentioned in the Summer 1995 issue of Cat Tracks, on page 36, in an articule titled, HOW ABOUT THOSE STRIPES, by Rowe Ann Durant. It is a great loss to the Canadian Cat Fancy where she played a major role as a breeder and a member of the Quebec Metropolitain Cat Club, and to the Himalayan world where she played a major role with the Lynx points. Gertrude died on June, 2, 2009, of a heart attack at the age of 79. She gave many years to her love of the beautiful Lynx points. It is so very hard to believe she is gone we spoke only days earlier to tell her we would see her in October at her show in Quebec City, she was so happy with that news. We will miss you dear friend you'll be in our hearts forever. Our mind is at peace knowing you'll be with your YODA that you've missed so very long. Good Bye our dear sweet friend rest in peace with your sweet Yoda.
Lacroix Lavertu Gertrude
1929 - 2009
Here is GERTRUDE and her lovely YODA lost so many years earlier in a bad house fire
Kay Hughes, owner of the great cattery Kaze Khyber; Kay died on Aug, 26, 2009 and was burried on the 29th. at the age of 83 She was a great friend of mine many years ago. Kay was a very important figure of the Canadian cat fancy and the Himalayan world. Kay was a very important producer of top Lynx points. She was a very important player in promoteing the beautiful Lynx points. Kay deserves so much respect of all Himalayan breeders for her great work in the history of the Lynx points. It is a sad day indeed with her passing she should never be forgotten.
Trois Rivières Show June 2005
Judge Chris Kern, handling
at Trois-Riviers, Quebec. Motion recieves
his International Championship title.
Memorial; Chris in the short
time we knew you we saw how loveing and gental you where to cats.
Our Motion was so relaxed with you, we miss you so much in the short time we knew you.
The cat fancy has lost such a wonderful sweet lady, to be missed for many years to come.
Judge Michelle LaCasse, judging Petite in Ottawa Oct. 2005 Kitten Class
Memorial; l remember when Michelle
after judgeing Meggie, told me that she hoped
l was planning on breeding Meggie becuase of her big open eyes. Well l'm sure your smieling
from above as our first grand champion is the grand daughter to Meggie and yes she has her
eyes. It would of been so wonderful to have you judge Goldie, but l'm sure your looking down on the
cat fancy you loved so much.
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