GB (as he is known to his friends) carries the marble gene. He is a very large boy even by Bengal standards and he has (as his name implies) very large sorrel rosettes with darker outlines. He is a very affectionate, outgoing, lad of lovely type and has sired some beautiful kittens.
Under the GCCF system, we can only make up one cat at a time, so GB was not shown as a youngster. Although he was over three years old, to our delight he sailed through, winning his three championship certificates consecutively, plus Best of Breed on each occasion, culminating in Best of Variety Foreign Adult at the Kentish. He then went on to do the same in the Imperial and Grand classes. The icing on the cake was the 2011 Ocicat & Bengal Show where he won the Olympian, Best of Breed, first in all his classes and went on to win Overall Best Exhibit in Show. We hope his show career will continue to blossom - he is one hell of a cat and we love him dearly!
In May 2013, we showed GB in the Olympian again. Much to our delight, GB won the Olympian against seven other cats. His write up said: “An exhibit of fantastic type – which would be difficult to fault, beautifully presented, with the best temperament ever. He certainly deserved his high award.”
(Sire: Gogees Casanova - Dam: Azanabengals J'Lo of Typhast)