CH Palazzo-Cats Razzle Dazzle of NY Mews is retiring
Red Tabby persian

Razzle's Pedigree


Sally Dockstader


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Razzle has not had good luck with having litters, so it's time to retire to a nice home....she is a clean cat, she is quiet and well-behaved and gets along with other cats.

She is on the small side, weighing about 6 .5 pounds.

She is a timid girl, and always has been since she arrived here...in other words, I would says she is not a lapcat..here at least.

Typically speaking, once cats get away from a crowd of cats, and become more of the attention spot, their personality will blossom.

Her new family would have to be a little patient with her as she will be afraid initially

$325 -- will include spay


Razzle arrived here in 2005 from Germany

She is 4.5 yrs old


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Most of these striking, flame-colored cats have SOME tabby markings, particularly on the face, legs and tail. There are some fine examples of red (not tabby) persians in the CFA. They are one of the hardest types to breed for exhibition.


The long coat makes the markings less evident.



Oranges, as Red Persians were originally known, were being shown in Britain as early as 1895.


In the early 1930's a German breeder produced some excellent examples of the breed, but unfortunately, his stock was destroyed in WW II.


The breed remained rare in Britain during the 1940's but a revival of interest and selective breeding have ensured the Red Persian's continued presence on the show bench.



Polite and friendly, the Red Persian makes a highly decorative and pleasant companion.



CLASSIC TABBY PATTERN: markings dense, clearly defined, and broad. Legs evenly barred with bracelets coming up to meet the body markings. Tail evenly ringed. Several unbroken necklaces on neck and upper chest, the more the better. Frown marks on forehead form an intricate letter "M." Unbroken line runs back from outer corner of eye. Swirls on cheeks. Vertical lines over back of head extend to shoulder markings which are in the shape of a butterfly with both upper and lower wings distinctly outlined and marked with dots inside outline. Back markings consist of a vertical line down the spine from butterfly to tail with a vertical stripe paralleling it on each side, the three stripes well separated by stripes of the ground color. Large solid blotch on each side to be encircled by one or more unbroken rings. Side markings should be the same on both sides. Double vertical rows of buttons on chest and stomach.

MACKEREL TABBY PATTERN: markings dense, clearly defined, and all narrow pencillings. Legs evenly barred with narrow bracelets coming up to meet the body markings. Tail barred. Necklaces on neck and chest distinct, like so many chains. Head barred with an "M" on the forehead. Unbroken lines running back from the eyes. Lines running down the head to meet the shoulders. Spine lines run together to form a narrow saddle. Narrow pencillings run around body


RED TABBY (classic, mackerel): ground color red. Markings deep, rich red. Lips and chin the same shade as the rings around the eyes. Nose leather and paw pads: brick red. Eye color: brilliant copper.


Razzle's Parents

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Quote from "The Rules for Cats," by Fancy Mews

As often as possible, dart quickly and as close as possible in front of the human, especially: on stairs, when they have something in their arms, in the dark, and when they first get up in the morning. This will help their coordination skills.

Do not allow any closed doors in any room. To get door open, stand on hind legs and hammer with forepaws. Once door is opened, it is not necessary to use it. After you have ordered an "outside" door opened, stand halfway in and out and think about several things. This is particularly important during very cold weather, rain, snow, or mosquito season.