Welcome on THE online magazine of pixiebobs - international magazine dedicated to the pixiebob, a cat that looks like the baylynx and acts like a teddy bear! The pixiebob is an extraordinary feline. Bigger than a common house cat, the pixiebob weighs between seven to twenty pounds. Males are generally larger. The coat is usually tan colored with a number of dark spots on it assisting the cat in its camouflage. The fur is brittle but quite long and dense. The nose of the pixiebob is pinkish-red, and it has a base color of gray or yellowish- or brownish-red on its face, sides, and back. pixiebobs eyes are yellow or green with black pupils. The characteristic feature is its small tail that gives it the 'bobbed' appearance - responsible for the breeds' name. The pixiebob is muscular and its strong, proportionately long, hind legs giving it a bobbing gait, enable it to generate tremendous bounds of speed.
Very Wild Creature, in appearance and attitude..
Although my cats may look wild, no captive bobcats are used in my breding program. The kittens background holds the most bobcat looking pixiebobs since the beggining of the breed. My fondation queen comes from StoneIsland's cattery, WA. Then, with the help of my mentor Carol Ann Brewer, the pixiebob breed founder, I got a male for that massive pixiebob girl with such a beautiful face. He was majestic... with a magical legend... This was the beggining, many years ago. 
Today, like everyday I am working on the improvement of the look, the temperament and the strong health of my pixiebobs, choosing carefully my breeders, and working closely with veterinaries. 
If you're looking for a pixiebob kitten as your forever friend, a queen or a stud for your own program, I'll be happy to help you. 
Feel free to contact me:
email: farwestpixiebobs@yahoo.com / phone: +33 610 787 718 or use the contact form below:
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Thank you!
Nathalie Bent, breeder of FarWest pixiebobs since 2001
"Cats who think they are cowboys." ™
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