Somalian and Abyssinian Cats


Somali and Abyssinians are special cats!
My cats live free in my home with me.
It is my choice not to keep too many cats as I like to guarantee to each of them the attention they require. Consequently, the litters born in my Cattery will always be limited.
The litters are planned so that I can make a selection work that aims to improve the breed with primary attention to health, behaviour and their well-being.


I’d like to thank Eleonora Ruggiero of TirnanOg Cattery, who helped me and gave me the possibility to know these wonderful cats which love playing both when they are kitten and when they are adult. I thank her for the confidence she gave me and for her precious advice.
My experience continues thanks to international collaborations.
A special thanks to Anne Marit Helmersen of Villkattens Cattery (Norway) for her availability and advice. Thanks to Nataly Kuznetsova of Somalicana Cattery (Ukraine) and to Marjon Broek of Bahir Dar Cattery (Netherlands). The breeding lines from Tilsim dan Cattery (Germany), for which I really have to thank Elke Broda, will help me a lot in my breeding work.
Many thanks also to Sylviane Dutoit of Cat’s Etoiles Cattery (Swiss) for giving me Seta: the last Aby var girl arrived in Woland Home.

Health and Well-being

My cats live free together with me, in my house and grow up in a family contest. I take care of them and I always pay attention to their character, always sensible, sociable, lively and very tender and warm. But first of all I take care of their health. The cattery is negative for FELV and FIV. All my breeding cats are tested for blood group and DNA tested for Pk-def (Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency) and for PRA (Progressive Retinal Atrophy). This means that matings are organised in such a way as not to transmit diseases.
Kittens do not leave the breeding before they are three months old and are supplied with a written contract, pedigree, microchip, health certificate and complete vaccinations. They grow up in a family contest and receive all the care necessary for a healthy growth. They have got a sensible and sociable character thanks to a correct socialization.


All my breeding cats and kittens have the pedigree with legal value issued by italian State’s MIPAAF – Ministry of Agricultural Food and Forestry Policies.

Why demand the pedigree?
A cat can only be called “purebred cat” if accompanied by his pedigree. A pedigree costs few euro and guarantees that the kitten has grown with the Mom not only in compliance with the law, but, above all, in the respect of his psychological well-being and proper socialization.

foto pedigree