Daisy came to live with us on the 16th of July, 2006 - a perfectly normal and healthy kitten. Within weeks it became apparent that there was something wrong with her. After several trips to the vet and two sets of blood tests, the vet suspected that Daisy was suffering from F.I.P. (Feline Infectious Peritonitis). Despite our best efforts, we lost Daisy on the 9th of September, 2006. We think that Daisy should not have died in vain - we want people to become aware of this cruel disease which we had never heard of before. We would like other cat owners and breeders to become informed on this illness and hopefully, in time, treatment to both prevent and hopefully cure this dreadful disease will be found.

Please visit the links on this website for information on F.I.P. and how to try and prevent the disease from occurring. Sadly the disease seems to affect young kittens and elderly cats who do not have a strong immune system like most healthy, adult cats.

Daisy was a beautiful seal point Siamese girl with amazing wide blue eyes. She was full of life and affection. She enjoyed playing with toys, had a ravenous appetite and loved to socialise with both humans and other cats. She loved wandering around the garden and lying in the sun, even during her final days with us. She was well loved by everyone who met her.