Friday, 1 July 2016




“Oramor” Burmese & Siamese provide you with  companionship, unconditional love and affection!              

Sue has been breeding top quality Burmese & Siamese Kittens for many years under the registered prefix “ORAMOR” in Maryborough, Queensland, Australia and has gained the respect as being a reputable and extremely responsible and dedicated cat breeder.

Sue’s primary aim is to breed healthy, robust kittens with loving, people-oriented, ultra-affectionate purrsonalities.  The health and well-being of Sue’s cats/kittens is paramount as her web site will testify! 
Sue’s Burmese & Siamese Kittens are lovingly raised with pride and your happiness at heart!

We don’t just sell kittens, sound advice and after sale support is offered by “Oramor”

Satisfied Customers world wide.

 Oramor is happy to arrange National & International deliveries.

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The Siamese is for all those who want a full-on relationship with a character cat.

No shrinking violet, the Siamese both demands and provides extremely stimulating companionship.
Legend has it that the Siamese were originally temple cats and received the souls of mortals upon their deaths.
The Siamese originated in Siam, which is the Thailand that we know today. This breed is thought to be the oldest or one of the oldest cat breeds in the world. They are renowned for their amazing voice. The Siamese communicates like no other and has enthralled people all over the world.

From an exotic past, the Siamese has become one of the most recognized breeds of cat in the world. A feature of the breed is its markings, or points of colour, on the face, ears, lower legs and tail. The body colour of the Siamese can be frosty white or cream, and the “points” range from the original seal point to tabby, tortie, red, cream, blue, chocolate and lilac point.

Whatever the colour scheme of the cat, the Siamese will always have vivid blue eyes.
Siamese kittens develop early and quickly and show an individual personality.
They are very active and dislike being left alone. They are “talkers”! One of the reasons they make such good companions is this ability to have a conversation.

Extremely intelligent and elegant, they insist on taking an active part in their owner’s lives. With such an interesting and individual personality cat you can be sure life will never be dull - they are excellent company for those wanting a loving, lively and entertaining companion....…


Foremost among these must surely be the Siamese's famous kinked tail - nowadays selected against by breeders but epitomising earlier examples - whose origin is the basis for several charming stories. For example: one warm morning a beautiful Siamese princess decided to bathe in the palace garden's cool lake, so she threaded her valuable golden rings onto the long sleek tail of her beloved cat for safekeeping until she returned.

Unfortunately, the smooth rings persistently slid down the cat's tail and seemed destined to be lost - until he cleverly crooked the tip of his tail, thereby holding them securely in place. As the day was so warm, however, the princess did not return as swiftly as she had planned - several hours passed before she came back to her faithful cat and unhooked her rings from his tail. By this time, it had become very cramped, and the cat was overjoyed at the prospect of being able to straighten it again - but when he tried to do so, he discovered to his horror that it would not straighten. It had stiffened, permanently - and all Siamese cats from then on were born with a kink in their tail.







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Sue's Sueperb Siamese Kittens, lovingly raised with pride and your happiness at heart.

Life will never be dull if you are owned by an "ORAMOR" Siamese! 
Extraordinarily intelligent and inquisitive, these fur-persons are energetic and playful companions.  
Siamese are steadfastly loyal, being totally devoted to their owners!
Looking like porcelain figurines, these cats are truly living, 
breathing works of art!

"Oramor" Kittens are
 Vet checked, vaccinated and micro-chipped,  

 worm/flea treated, litter trained, with feeding and care guide.
Certificates of Pedigree and Registration included.

'Oramor' Siamese kittens are ultra-affectionate, 
happy, healthy and robust.

"Oramor" Siamese Kittens, the ideal family pet. 
Happy to arrange National and International flight delivery .

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 "Oramor" Burmese kittens are lovingly raised with pride 
           and your happiness at heart!

"Oramor" Burmese kittens are Vet checked, vaccinated, micro-chipped, 
litter trained, worm and flea treated.  
Feeding and Care Guide included.  
Sold with Certificates of Pedigree & Registration.  

 "Oramor" Burmese & Siamese kittens sold as quality pets, 
to be spayed/neutered  at 5 - 6 months of age. 

"Oramor" Burmese and Siamese kittens have wonderful ultra-affectionate natures  and are are happy healthy and robust.

"Oramor" Burmese Kittens - The ideal family pet

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Oramor Audrey

Owned by Margo McIlwain, Wickham W.A
Hi Sue, I still can't believe how well Oramor Audrey has just slotted into our menagerie. She is the most beautiful girl. All the other animals love her and she is so cuddly. Thanks for talking me into taking this beautiful Siamese girl. You were right she really compliments the others
Hi Sue
Just look how well Oramor Audrey has settled in. We just can't believe how good she is. She is the most affectionate adorable kitten and Oramor Lenny and Iggy just love her. She has already worked out the dog door so is able to go outside and visit the ducks and chickens.
Hi Sue, As you can see Oramor Audrey is loving her new life. Oramor Lenny and Iggy just love her.


From John Lewis. June,'16
Hi Sue, my Oramor Siamese cats had their 3rd birthday yesterday and they are enjoying life here, 
as the attached photo shows!


Hi Sue,Oramor Astra, Seal Pt. female and Oramor Midas, blue pt. male Siamese have well and truly settled in and have grown into the happy, friendly and mischievous adolescents of the family. My dog Rosie and Midas play a lot and Midas neither gives nor takes any quarter. Astra is the more reserved of the two but she is an outgoing, cuddly little girl and likes nothing better than to lick and nip my nose.  She curls up with me in bed while Midas is always next to Rosie. They both think they have equal dibs on Rosie's mat - and she doesn't mind too much.
They are scheduled for de-sexing in late June while I'm on holidays so I guess will convalesce snuggled on the couch beside the fire.
They are simply gorgeous and I love them to bits.
Best regards
Binny Willis,

Brisbane. 5/6/16


 #‎Oramor‬ Keiko & Oramor Saki keeping our granddaughters chair warm for her next visit.
Narelle. 21/5/16

Oramor Morphius, Lilac Pt. and Oramor Mr. Anderson, Blue Point
From Linda Martin, Bloomfield. Oramor Morphius, Lilac Pt. and Oramor Mr. Anderson, Blue Point.

Hi Sue, I love these two soooo much. Linda. 1/6/16

Email with photo from Binny Willis, Brisbane. 

Greetings from the Willis clan,
Oramor Midas, Blue Point Siamese and Oramor Astra, Seal Pt., are progressing very well. Oramor Astra, though still reserved, is coming to me for her fair share of stroking and cuddles and the plucky little blue boy is having his fair share as well. He really loves to cuddle and have sweet nothings whispered in his ear. He did major battle with a large fly this afternoon and displayed his full array of hunting and jumping skills. 
Most disgusted when it flew away. Both are eating well. Yoghurt and cottage cheese are popular afternoon snacks. I couldn't find them in the study when I came home this afternoon and it wasn't until Astra answered my call that I looked up to find them on these old discarded pillows. We are getting closer to being brave with my dog Rosie, but not quite ready yet. 
Binny, Brisbane. April, 2016

 Oramor 'Oz and Grace' in total harmony.
From Melanie Molles
TASMANIA:- Oramor Osiris and Neyo loving eachother strong
 from Constantina Vasarmidis

 Oramor Cintai and Oramor Maylee, Adelaide.
 from Jana Van Dyk.

An afternoon photo session with the furbabies Oramor Cintai and Maylee

Oramor Maylee, Blue Pt. Siamese

Seal Pt. Oramor Cintai and Blue Pt. Oramor Maylee

Seal Pt. Oramor Cintai

 Seal Pt. Oramor Cintai
Oramor Maylee, Blue Pt. Siamese

Oramor Maylee and Oramor Cintai watching me work - 1/6/16

Hi Sue,
Just wanted to let you know Oramor Mia, lilac point Siamese  is doing really well.  

She is so funny and definitely a little sweetheart. 
Everyone that meets her loves her and thinks she is stunning  thank you so much for this little baby girl.

Kylie Marshall, Calliope. 4/4/16


Oramor Longwei and Oramor Big Boi .. All settled in ..

Amanda Hinds, Bundaberg, Qld


Oramor Cintai and Oramor Maylee

Ms. Jana Van Dyk, Perth. 25/3/16


Hi Sue, 
Here's a pic of Oramor Sinaya two days after her visit to the vet for her de-sexing op. Came through very well and didn't mind wearing the collar for two weeks. She is a real people cat, very sociable and affectionate and a delight to have in the house. Thank you for allowing us to have welcomed Saniya into our family.


Steve&Trish Cooper, Brisbane.




Update from Linda and Adam Blackwood, Katherine NT on Oramor China Blue. 

Hi Sue,
Just wanted to let you know what a lovely cat Oramor China Blue has grown into. She is such a delight to have around, and loves cuddling up for a story at bedtime with my daughter. Beautiful patient nature, lovely markings and a gorgeous personality. You are certainly breeding delightful Siamese! She’ll be three this year, and it feels like she has always been a member of the family.


Oramor Eli loves his little Burmese sister, Oramor Mischa

Proud Owner Michelle Robertson, Hervey Bay

 Oramor Keiko

Happy 2nd Birthday to this crazy cat 
Oramor Keiko! 
He is one big ball of energy and fun ‪#‎oramor‬ ‪#‎siamese‬

From Narelle.

                                         #‎Oramor‬ Keiko & Saki. 

They are inseparable and really are best friends.
Narelle, 25/3/16



Oramor Flowersparkle - very very loved! 
Playful and loving even now at 3!
                      Vanessa Smolders. 12/1/16

I can't even begin to describe how much I love this cat 



Oramor Cintai enjoying a sleep-in on our bed 1/1/16


Good Morning Sue,
Oramor Aerith has loved her First Christmas.
She had more fun with the paper than her toys in side, She is doing very well. 
Nige Gibson, Cloncurry. 1/1/16


Oramor Chow Yun Fat 

Merry Christmas.. 
Amanda Hinds, Bundaberg. 25/12/15



Hi Sue,
Our gorgeous girls Oramor Indie and Oramor Talea wish you and all of their Oramor brothers and sisters, cousins and friends a very happy Christmas and New Year.
Kind regards,
Susan Isaac. Brisbane. 25th Dec, 2015

Merry Christmas Sue from Oramor L'il Joe, Xander, Trevor and Lesley Wilson
Bloomsbury. Qld.



Oramor Eli wishes you all a joyous and blessing - filled Christmas and best wishes for 2016.
Michelle Robinson. Hervey Bay. 25/12/15


Oramor Li'l Grace Blue Point Siamese
Proud Owners Marcus & Melanie, Ipswich, Nov, 15


My 2 son with Oramir Minnie - they adore her very much! 😻
Melanie Merhi, Melbourne Nov, '15


It's nap time again for little Cintai

Oramor Cintai loving her new bed

Hi Sue, some photos for you from Oramor Cintai. We moved into our house on the weekend and she is loving all the space. We also put up a big cat tree which she loves.Jana. 10/12/15



Oramor Nefretiti exploring and playing in her new home! 
Thank you Sue for such a wonderful furry fun edition to our family.   Natasha.

====================================ORAMOR SAKILILAC POINT SIAMESE
A year today since we bought our beautiful Saki home ‪#‎oramor‬ ‪#‎siamese‬She has brought so much love to our home
Sue's babies are just divine and they have the best personalities. We just had a handyman at our house and he fell in love with them. Most visitors do. They are blown away about how playful and adventurous they are. Ours always put on a show and show off with visitors. 
Narelle. 27/10/15

Oramor Ophelia
Seal point Siamese

Dear Sue,  Just wanted you to know just how loved Oramor Ophelia is.
I have always given unconditional love to all my animals no matter the breed or type.  Once in awhile there is a member of the furry children who really stands out as special for me that has been my beautiful Maximillian.  Until now,  I now have another such little soul my gorgeous girl Oramor Ophelia, I cannot believe how sweet and loving she is.  She even puts up with our boisterous RSPCA rescue (dog) cat Chantelle-Rose who bemuses Ophelia with her most unladylike behavior.
I cannot imagine life without her now - she is very much loved by all and an incredible beauty (even if I am biased).  I just want to look at her and admire her all day long.

Showing off her tummy and letting us know how safe she feels ... Xxx
Regards, Kara Irvine. Cooroy. 27th October, "15


          Morning Sue,

Pictures of Oramor Aerith getting ready for a sleep after a big morning playing.

Nigel Gibson 27/10/15


 Good morning Sue,
Just letting you know  Oramor Aerith got to Mt Isa safe, she is doing ok, she was looking for her mum, but still come up for pats. Will be going home to cloncurry soon, Thank you so much for her.
She will be very loved here.
Nigel 24th October, 2015

Good afternoon Sue,
First picture of Oramor Aerith, she has started to settle down, has had a good drink and had some dinner, we have been playing with her, she is curling up next to my foot.

Marcus & Melanie taking their blue pt. Siamese kitten home to meet big brother Oramor Oz.

Susan Isaac and family taking their Siamese kittens home.
 Hi Sue,  Thank you for the photos. The babies are gorgeous and have settled in beautifully - eating well, using litter tray, playing and sleeping. They were great in the car and as soon as Indie got here she was right at home.  She is very affectionate and vocal.  Talea is a little quieter but gets a lot of confidence from Indie. They are inseparable and sleep cuddled up together and call each other if one is out of sight.
Thank you for our beautiful kittens. They are very much loved by all the family.
Kind regards,  Susan Isaac, Brisbane 17/10/15


Oramor Eli

Oramor Eli was very keen to come with me on a recent trip, but he got tired while waiting.
Michelle Robinson. 2/9/15



Hi Sue,
Just to let you know that 'Oramor' Duke has made himself right at home both cats getting on well. 
Thank you so much for letting me have one your 'Oramor' Siamese kittens he is just gorgeous. 
He is all that I wanted and much more he certainly has us entertained with his playful antics and is bringing us much joy.
Christine Hamilton. South Kolan. Q 6/4/1

Oramor Duke, June, 15

Dukes antics keeps us all amused, he keeps fit by running the full length of 60 foot veranda and very long hallway he is sleek and muscly. 
Thank you once again for letting me have one of your kittens he is bringing us all a lot of joy. 
Christine Hamilton, South Kolan, Qld.

From: Christine Hamilton,
South Kolan Qld 4670. 
30th July 2015
Dear Sue,  
Oramor Duke has recovered well after being neutered,  but did not quieten him down, he is still full of energy and very full on but that is the nature of a Siamese kitten. My Himalayan is 7 years older than Duke. They play together often either playing chasing up and down the hallway or in the cover on the new couch. Duke hides in under it and Kimba pokes at him this goes on for ages particularly when a weather change is coming.
The running up the hallway gets rather loud as we have timber floors and has resulted in a few broadsides in the lounge room then out through the doors onto the veranda. This is usually Duke as he runs so fast he can’t stop. 
Our 60 foot veranda is covered from top to bottom in shade cloth mesh which he climbs just like spider man. It is so funny to watch. He likes watching the birds and runs with them when they fly the length of the veranda into a large Jacaranda tree just of the end. 
I am glad you told me about the hair ties he just loves them. I brought a pack of 25 each time I gave him one he would lose it and he comes to my room to get another one out of the bag. I saw him flick it under the TV cabinet this morning and David got a stick to retrieve it and found about 7 under it the rest are probably under the fridge or couch.

Once again thank you for letting us have one of your Oramor Siamese kittens, we both love Duke very much and he brings us a lot of joy and happiness. What can I say, I just love cats. 
Christine Hamilton.


Oramor Oki was feeling the cold. Here he is adapting to his new jumper. He is a handsome boy!
Kathy D'Herville.




Hello Sue,
Its been a while since I have contacted you, but I thought you should know the unhappy news about "Oramor"Desmo.

It is with a truly shattered heart I must tell you that on Sunday afternoon, I had to let my best little mate go.
The Big Eared Galoot
The Blue Eyed Terror
The Noisy little Bastard
He has been crook for the last week, with many ups and downs, just as we thought he was on the mend he would start to deteriorate again.
We dropped him off to the Vet Sunday morning, and he had exploratory Surgery the same day, which unfortunately located a large amount of Cancer through his Lymphatic system, The Vet called and we went in and said our goodbyes while he was still under the General Anesthetic.
I stayed with him until he took his last breath. Truly one of the hardest and most soul destroying things I have ever had to do in my life. But I didn't want him to be alone when he passed.
He was with us for 7 years, and in those 7 years he lived the life of a King, wanting for nothing, and becoming my noisy, bitey companion.
He slept hard up against my chest every night from only a few days after he first arrived home. He would often give Lisa the evil eye when she would get into bed beside me, giving her a look that said "He's mine, not yours!"
I bear many scars from many a rough and tumble play session from which I walked away from cut and bloody. He would run around the house yelling, howling and with a massive kink in his tail, charging at me when he was on the mat in the front room because I dared to turn away from him. (The little bugger had no fear!) 
He would growl like a dog and run up the hallway when the front gate rattled or someone knocked at the door.
Some people say Cats have no personality, I dare them to say that after they would have met Desmo, all of our friends and family are shocked to see him gone, he had the same effect on them, within minutes of first meeting him, they all fell under his charm, he had them wrapped around his paw!
His favorite spot was by the fireplace or in a sunny spot just soaking up the warmth, he could be a rough and tumble brute or a big old sook who wanted to curl with you and sleep on your lap.
He would get angry at me when I went outside and he couldn't come along, he wanted to be everywhere I was, He would get most upset when I would go to work on Sunday, Lisa said he would yell the house down, he always offered an opinion and would greet me when I got home with baby meows and would stand on the kitchen bench wanting a head rub and pats, thrilled to see I was home.
He was never subtle, Lisa tells me all the time when I would get up early in the morning and she was still in bed, he would be yelling at me, I would be
telling him to be quiet and saying "Shhh!" so she could sleep, but she would lie there quietly laughing to herself as I lost the argument.
He was a whirlwind of noisy mayhem, chaos and destruction, but most of all my little furry mate.
But now my big eared Galoot is gone.
And we are truly devastated at his passing.
Kindest regards,
Mitch Keys and Lisa Kane,
Launceston Tasmania 7250

Hello Sue,
Well after much discussion and thinking Lisa and I have decided to bring another "Oramor" Siamese into our home. We miss the whirlwind of energy and noise since "Oramor" Desmo has left us, we are a family of four, and as a trio things are a little quiet.
We will never replace Desmo, every cat that has been in our lives has had such a distinct personality, he is
gone, but will never ever be forgotten.
Kindest regards
Mitch Keys and Lisa Kane.
Launceston Tasmania.

Hello Sue,
We have been reading both your blog and Facebook, you gave Lisa access last night to your facebook page, so we have been reading all about the devoted parents of your "Oramor"Kittens.
While we are upset and sad to see our wonderful Desmo leave us we are also excited to welcome a new addition to the family, another Oramor Siamese is most welcome in this household.
Mitch keys and Lisa Kane.

Hello Sue
Here are a few pictures of Desmo as promised. It was the hardest decision trying to figure out what to send, we have so many pictures, little videos of him walking on his leash.
I have included a few of him doing his favorite things, checking out the kids walking home from School, warming himself in front of the Fire (His absolute favorite thing to do, I would be sitting on the floor trying to light the fire and he would be pushing his way in to sit on my lap so he was there ready for when the fire was warm, didn't matter that he was in the way, as long as was there the second that fire place started to heat up!)
Coming in for a cuddle, or simply sitting up on the scratching post catching the last of the afternoon Sun.
He lived like a King, he knew he was the boss of the house and he changed our lives in more ways than we imagined.
We miss his energy, loudness and volume level. He may have only been with us for seven years before Cancer took him away from us, but what an amazing seven years, and if I had my time over again, knowing that I would only get seven years with him before he would leave us, I would do it all again in a heartbeat! 

Desmo is gone, but will never, ever, be forgotten!
Kind regards
Mitch Keys and Lisa Kane

The big ears and big blue eyes we have grown to love!
They look great! 



Hello Sue,
"Oramor Loki is settling in extremely well. Within hours of getting here he was out and exploring, wanting food and fascinated with our other cat Taz. Taz on the other hand was not very thrilled to see Loki, but the relationship is improving steadily.
Since Loki arrived we have had a cold snap and we were a little concerned that he might struggle with the cold, but he has been handling the colder temps better than we had hoped, and he loves sleeping under the blanket each night around my feet.

He is a very different cat to 'Oramor' Desmo, but that energy, noise and doing everything at full tilt is still the same. He has big crazy bursts of energy and runs off around the house, ears flat against his head, tail puffed up yelling the house down.
I have attached a picture of him this afternoon having a snooze with me on the couch.
Kind regards
Mitch and Lisa, Tasmania. 21st June,2015

Hello Sue,
Young Loki is going very well, typical of any kitten he is pushing the
boundaries and trying to get away with as much as he can.
He has been for his next vaccination with our local Vet, and what was meant to be a 15 minute visit turned into an hour, he can certainly turn on the charm, the Vet didn't want to let him go! She and he got on very well. But he seems to be like that with everyone, he has no fear of going up to  anyone who visits, and within a matter of minutes he has them wrapped around his little paw.

Even more amazing he and Taz are
getting on quite well! they have a couple of serious play sessions each day, and truly surprising
is that Taz is even letting Loki sleep up against her, she has never done that with any other cat before, maybe he simple wore her down!
I have included a picture of him and Taz having a snooze on the couch overlooking the patio.

He sleeps in "Oramor" Desmo's old spot on the back of the Couch, lazing in the Sun by the big front window, this is also a good spot to see who is coming in the front gate and watch the birds playing in the Crab Apple tree.
But he has recently discovered the guest bedroom, a Queen size bed, Sun drenched from early afternoon,with another big window to 
watch the world drift by.
As you can by the pictures, they are certainly not struggling, it's a tough life! ;)
Warmest regards,
Mitch and Lisa, Tasmania. 9/7/15


Email from Constantina Vasarmidis

Vale Oramor Cleopatra 

Oramor Cleopatra
At around 9.30 am this morning my baby Cleo was hit by a car outside our house.
I am a complete wreck today and already miss her very much :( she was the most affectionate lively calm angel I have ever ever known and I'm really heart broken she was only in my life for a short time. I buried her today wrapped in the blanket you sent her to me with, I burnt some sage and said prayers for her passage into the next life. And perhaps if at any point I'm ready for another pet I will contact you, but at this stage it's just too difficult to even try and replace her.
 I have added some photos of our family happy moments that you may use on your site if you chose I would like to keep her memory alive she was taken away from me way too soon.  She was just the best ever so heart broken :(



Email from Constantina Vasarmidis, Hobart.
Oramor Osiris, blue point Siamese is quite the active explorer. 
Oramor Neo, chocolate point, seems  to be growing bigger and fast he eats a lot, loves his cuddles and he quite likes a warm bath smile emoticon 
Couldn't ask for better babies they are amazing


Bruce Heath of Cooroy meeting his
 'Oramor' Blue Point Siamese kitten. 
Jenny and Bruce say they just love their
 "Oramor" Rama, he has made himself right at home and is full of fun and energy.



 "Oramor" Linc

From Katelyn Muller:-    
Who needs a TV when you have a character like this in the family?

Lilac Point Siamese

 "Oramor" Linc is almost 7 months old now and growing by the day. 
He is a delight and the best friend my son has ever had. 
Thank you Sue

From Narelle:-                  

                                It's this cool cats 1st birthday today.

 Happy Birthday "Oramor" Keiko, such unconditional love you have brought to my life.

Oramor Keito, Seal Point and Oramor Saki, Lilac Point Siamese

From: Narelle.
This is 'Oramor' Miss Saki, she is almost 8 months old. It has taken a little while for her personality to really come out, but she is lying in bed with me here and most late nights studying she doesn't leave my side. I think she is championing me on while I read her the word of God and I study my biblical studies.

'Oramor' Burmese & Siamese has changed our lives and completed our family. 
I could seriously spam your news feed with pics.

From Steve.

And 'Oramor'  Keiko at the other end of the bed, which is unusual as this time of night they usually come to life and have a party as we sleep.   21/4/15

'Oramor Keiko and 'Oramor' Saki just popping in to say hi,
Steve , 7/5/15


Sue ...this is the beautiful girl 'Oramor' Lilly, as you can see she loves her igloo.
She is one very loved Siamese. 
 Lilly is such an affectionate girl, we love her as much as she loves us. 
All our family and friends want to take her home with them. She is just a pleasure to have around, she's not real loud which we love too.. Lilly's also very clever, she knows how to open our sliding door to the bedroom if our sons not home to cuddle her.
We would love to get her a friend to play with, we would be interested in a little male seal point when you have kittens available.
We have recommended you to our friends in Melbourne who have fallen in love with our gorgeous Lilly.
Thanks Jenni Hudaverdi, Mt.Wallace.


Dear Sue, Opehia has quickly become part of our family.

'Oramor' Ophelia is really finding her feet, a very cheeky little girl.  She adores Max.

Kara Irvine. Cooroy, 1/12/14


Hello Sue, just to let you know Marty is 5 yrs old and is the personality of the neighbourhood.
Cheers Melanie Ho, Brisbane, 8/12/`4



Oramor Velcro was flown to Mackay to become a companion to a beautiful young  lady, Tammy.
They have a special bond.

Great news Sue .!! .. Good to know that Velcro is rewarded with lots of full on attention. I know that there will be a huge loving bond with the family as Velcro has a lot to give and enjoys a lot of affection and gives more back in return .  Is a wonderful home for her .. I am so pleased for all .. 
Huggies Brother Steve 


'Oramor' Sheba, Blue Point Siamese kitten

Hi Sue.
Sheba is very happy here and she and Pippin our dog are becoming great mates.

She loves to go and sit with him on his rug.  She is very healthy, playful and sleeps well. It feels like we have had her for much longer than a week. She is delightful. Thank you. Sarah, Ashgrove. 22/11/14



Dear Sue,
Oh she is sooo beautiful!!!!
Constantina Vasarmidis, Tasmania.



Hey Sue,Just thought I'd let you know that we are all enjoying Linc very muchand he has truly become part of the family.
He is such a lively little boy and growing by the day, it is hard to capture a good photo.  He and Mischief have become inseparable and call out for each other when out of sight.  Mind you, I think Mischief is taking advantage of there being another bowl of food out and is also growing (outwards, that is).
I will continue to keep you apprised of Linc's progress and will send more pics when I can pin him down.
Kind regards, Katelyn Muller, Hervey Bay. 30/10/14 

Hi Sue,
I hope you are well.As you will see from the attached photos, 'Oramor' Linc and Mischief have adjusted extremely well and he has become the Master of His Domain.-- 
Kind Regards, Katelyn Muller,Hervey Bay10/11/14 



Hi Sue,
We purchased a Siamese kitten (Oramor Flowersparkle) from you nearly two years ago. I have been meaning to write to you for a long time to let you know how well she has fitted into our family. Our children were four and two when she arrived. I have never known a cat to be so happy and tolerant of children, she follows them everywhere and sleeps with them too. Flowersparkle is also very playful, even as an adult cat and plays all sorts of games with the kids too. She has never been aloof (as often cats are accused of this characteristic) and loves to be part of whatever is going on. 
Yesterday she even played with the kids flying their kites - she playfully chased the kites and it was so lovely to see.
We are considering getting a playmate for her, another Siamese, to keep her company when we are not home. Do you have any kittens available? Do you think she will adjust well to a sister/brother?
Warm regards,Vanessa. Maleny, Qld. 29/9/14


Hi Sue, thought you might like to see my Siamese enjoying life on their first birthday,
John John Lewis, Maleny. 19/6/14



 Hi Sue,
Thanks for your call.  Our baby is more relaxed, he is alert and  playing.  Here he is smuggled up. 
Will stay in touch. 
 Michelle, Hervey Bay, 10/6/14 

Hi Sue, Thank you very much for breeding 2 beautiful female seal point Siamese kittens. Milly & lilly are doing great. Taking over the house.  But we love it.
Take care,
Deborah Davis.   Brisbane. 19/7/14

Hi Sue, 
Had always intended to send regular updates of our Siamese baby's progress. We purchased him from you in September 2012.  Initially I had named him Cintai but we changed his name to Oki which is Japanese for open sea.  (Like the colour of his eyes).  Suits him anyway.
We live in the Noosa hinterland where he is predominantly an inside cat but we take him outside for accompanied walks on our 2 acre block.
He is a gorgeous boy and my partner and I love him dearly!

Kathy D'herville, 19/5/14

"Oramor" Siamese Oklahoma, USA

Hi Sue,We bought a Siamese kitten from you in 2007, while we were living in Australia, and he is totally wonderful.  We would like to buy another Siamese, however we are now back home in the US.
We live in Oklahoma.  It would be fairly easy for us to go to Dallas/Ft. Worth or Houston. 
Intelligence and personality are very important to us in a family cat.  We know from experience that you breed wonderful Siamese cats.  
Tamera Mayo, DVM, Oklahoma. USA 6/12/13
Hi Sue, We will take 2 kittens.  We would like the chocolate female (she looks incredibly sweet) and one of the seal point males. We like tons of personality and character...we readily acknowledge the cats as the ruler of the household (lol). 7/12/13

Hi Sue, We have first hand experience with how wonderful your kittens are.
We are excited and look forward to our 2 new family members.
Tamera 8/12/13

Zumba, my Shetland Sheep Dog with 'Oramor' Siamese Kittens 4/2/14
Photos are great.   
Hard to wait another week!!
Oklahoma. 5/2/14

'Oramor' Seal & Chocolate Pt. Siamese Kittens

Sue, What lovely kitties, and the dogs look marvellous too.  
All the way to Hillbilly country . . . . .  what a trip! ! !  
Never for a second think that you don't breed wonderful kitties - 
it can't be hard to get them in the States, and they chose you ! ! ! ! !  A world away. 
Leah Jones, Bauple, 5/1/14


They are so gorgeous, Sue.  
Good luck to them and their big trip over to Oklahoma.  
Love Sr. Rose Cavallo                                                                                                              
Sally, my Cavalier King Charles Spaniels with Siamese kittens.
      Dear Sue, Geeeeee your kittens sure get around.  You must be an excellent breeder to have overseas customers.  That's excellent. PamellaDomin. 11/2/14

Hi Sue,
Good job, nice photos 
Pete. Townsville.

Fabulous pics Sue. 
They are beautiful kittens. 
I'm sure that will be very happy with them in Oklahoma, but the kittens will miss their doggie friends and of course you too.
Gail & Keith Enno. 
Poona. 5/2/14

Siamese kittens in Brisbane, Pet Transport
Hello Sue and Tamera,
 I have added some of today's photos. They were the stars in our office...You can see so many of us being amazed by the little ones. And they were both so cuddly.
Tamera, be ready for 2 gorgeous little creatures.
I will keep you updated of their flights tomorrow.
All the best,
Kind Regards
Biljana Popandonova
Dogtainers International Pet Travel Consultant

Looks like they know how to win hearts. We are very excited and looking forward to our first cuddle.
Tamera. Oklahoma. 11/2/14

Hello Tamera, 
Oh yes, these 2 kitties win you over at the first glance…with their calmness, independence and just by being Oramor Kittens J 
It won’t be long now until you can cuddle with them. 
Cheers, Bibi 
Biljana Popandonova
Dogtainers International Pet Travel Consultant 

Most welcome Sue, 
It is really hard for one not to love your kitties really Keep them coming to us please J 
Cheers, Bibi 

 I had the best cuddles yesterday from your two little 'Oramor' Siamese kittens that stopped by Dogtainers on their way overseas. 
They were absolutely gorgeous J 
Kind Regards,Shelley Fellows 
Dogtainers Domestic Pet Travel Consultant  

              "Oramor" Siamese safe arrival in Oklahoma, USA

 Email from Oklahoma

We are all home safe and sound.  It went very smoothly.  Because I had the documents, I was able to clear the kittens with customs before the plane landed.  It was on time and I had the kittens soon after that and was on the road to Oklahoma by 2:45...pretty amazing, really.
They are tired but doing very well, they ate, drank lots of water and used the litter box on the road trip home.  Even tired they are curious and busy exploring.
Many thanks to all,

Hello Tamera,
Thanks so much for the feedback. They are real cuties and I wish you all the best with them in the future.
Glad to know having the documents copies in advance helped you speed up the process.
Whenever we can assist Sue and you again, it will be our utmost pleasure.
All the best,
Kind Regards
Biljana Popandonova

Dogtainers International Pet Travel Consultant 

Thank you Bibi for your part in getting the kittens safely to Dallas.

Awww…that’s sweet.
Thanks Sue and keep them coming…we all love your kitties company. They are simply enchanting.
Take care and enjoy our furry family,

They are beautiful, adorable, very playful and full of purrs.  It's amazing how well you breed and raise beautiful Siamese cats that are also wonderful companions.  Well worth the effort of getting from half a world  away!
Cheers,Tamera  17/2/14
 Hello Sue and Steve,
This is a photo of Odi at his new home. He is settling in well and loves my grandchildren.
He is just beautiful and loved by all.
When you have time, could you please send me a photo of his sire and dam?
Thank you.
Kind regards
 McDowall. 19/5/14

Hi Sue,
"Oramor' Keiko is wonderful. He certainly loves his cuddles and is quite happy to sit on my chest just purring away and he also likes to hop in my t-shirt and curl up on my skin.
At bed time he sneaks into the kids rooms and likes to sleep with them during the night and he is very excited when I get home and loves to greet me. 
Thank you so much for our beautiful Keiko. We are blessed to have him as a part of our family.
Hope that you had a wonderful holiday :)
Kind Regards
Narelle.   Bundamba, Q 15/5/14

Hi Sue,
Just a note to thank you for such a lovely kitten.  "Oramor" Taffy, seal point male Siamese kitten is a delight and so much fun.  He fetches and never seems to get tired
of it unfortunately.  Has taken over the house and is growing so fast.  Taffy loves people and plays with the dog next door who is very patient.  Not sure he would be like that with any other but they have certainly bonded.  He is an inside cat that we let out under supervision.
Just thought you may be interested in hearing about him
Kindest regards
Geoff and Elaine, Dalby. Qld.  31/3/14

Hi Sue,
Just wondering how a day like this affects you?

Oramor Beau, Seal Point Siamese kitten leaving for flight to Albury.

Little ones you have cherished for so long leaving the nest.
We wish you safe travelling and hope your temperatures are not like ours. It’s going to be a second day of 44 degrees here.
We have some ideas for keeping kitty cool on his way home from Albury. He will have been travelling 12 hours by the time we get him home. Shall ring you the moment we get in.
Thank you so much for all your attention to our information requests.
You are a pleasure to have in our lives.
All good wishes,
Christina and Michael Nash, Albury.  17/1/14

Hi Sue,
Just an update of progress to date. We have found our Oramor Siamese kitten delightful, playful and a bundle of energy. He has taken over all the most comfortable chairs in the home  and is seeking further meaningful relationships with the 2 Yorkshire Terriers who seem just a little bit uncertain about him – but they are improving!
Thank you for all the documentation. He has grown in the few days he has been with us, seems very happy and life would already be different if he wasn’t around.
His name to be is a little uncertain since certain connotations  relating to the name "Moonshine" became apparent. 'Sunny' seems to fit his personality. He is a little charmer.
Thanks again
Michael and Christina. Albury. 28/1/14 

'Oramor" Cepheus, Seal Pt. Siamese

Hi Sue, just a word or two to let you know Kitty (now renamed Cepheus) is doing very well, has most of the household under his control and is enjoying life.  The Yorkshire Terriers are slowly adopting him (due to his insistence) and he just is a bundle of energy waiting for some place to happen.
Pic taken this  morning with him looking out through a very strong wire mesh window – perhaps dreaming of “what I could do if only I could get out there”.
Thanks again Sue,
Cheers, Michael and Christina 1/2/14

Hi Sue,
Been a bit of time since we last communicated but in that time Cephe has gone from strength to strength. Lovely character, has to be with us at all times and is an absolute delight to have in the family.
Today he went for his “big” operation and Micro chipping, Booster Vaccination which he came through OK and got a good report from the Vet as to his progress.
Despite his experience at the Vet he has been playing with some of his toys, but he does seem a little quieter – as would be expected.
When we put him in his transport cage this morning to take to the Vet who is next door to us he had what seemed a fit. Very scary at the time but was overcome by taking him out of the cage and cuddling him. There has been no repeat since. Opinion varies as to why it happened but perhaps he was just so scarred that his body reacted this way. Perhaps it was going back into his transit container. The Vet was advised of this event and checked him out thoroughly before proceeding and found him in good health and condition.
So he is back from the Vet and is next to me as I type this email. Purring as usual and just wanting to get closer.
Once again Sue we are delighted with Cephe, he is a joy and the Vet says he will continue with the same personality post his little “op”.
Thank you for sending us such a lovely creature.  We are so appreciative.
Have a lovely Easter. We hope you remain in good health and are enjoying life.
All good wishes

Christina and Michael Nash. 7th April,'14

A card written to Sue by  "Oramor" Ceheus,  Siamese Cat

Dearest Sue,
It has been on my heart to write and thank you for your kindness and sensitivity in sending me a true soul mate, "Oramor Pelagia.
She was a bit feisty at first, but now, one week one she knows I have the upper rule and we share an amicable understanding. We are inseparable and nothing in the world matters - I am besotted and in love. 
Very grateful to you Sue for your understanding and compassion.
It Spirit Always,
'Oramor' Ceheus - Siamese boy

Hi Sue,
Photos of two lovebirds who seem
 just smitten with each other.

Thank you for making Ceheus’s life “complete”
Michael and Christina 11/6/14

 Hi Sue,
Just an update to let you know
Oramor “Pele” had her “op” today.
Oramor Cephe is quite bereft with her absence.They both love each other and can’t be separated.
Appreciate all your help and concerns,
All good wishes
Michael and Christina Nash, Wangaratta. Victoria.30/7/14


Hi Sue,                                                                                         
 "Oramor" Jaz and Bella posed just for this photo. 
They were so cute I couldn't resist. 
Robyn Manjimup WA



Hi Sue,
Hope this email finds you well.  
This is 'Oramor' Lilly...she is just a delight..loves us all,and is a genius at opening sliding doors.
We have such a special bond. 
Regards Jenni.


"ORAMOR" MALO and MIA, Charters Towers
Hi Sue,
I think of you often with my beautiful Malo and Mia  who are now 2 years plus now. They are such good friends as you can see and are very spoilt. They are a continual delight to David and I . Mia is the persistent one to go for her twice daily walks while Malo is just as happy to lounge around and catch me if you can attitude first. They are both looking healthy and beautiful.
I do hope that you have a Happy Christmas and New Year. Ours will be a quite one, but I am happy to be home with my little darlings.
Blessings to you and your family
Bev Guy
Charters Towers. 23/12/13 

Hi Sue,
Happy Christmas. Thank you for all your lovely Christmas greetings.
Christmas, despite all that it is can be a challenging time when loved ones are missing in your life. 
Time softens the pain but you never forget. Your Furry Friends would be a great comfort.
May the New Year bring health, happiness and joy.
We are looking forward to our “bundle of joy”. Wish him Happy Christmas for us please.
All good wishes, 
Christina and Michael. Melbourne 23/12/13

Thanks Sue, 
"Oramor" Juno has taken over the house.  He has fattened up and he and our miniature daschund have actually become friends.  Heidi the dog is fascinated by Juno and is very protective.  Juno on the other hand could not really give a toss about what Heidi is doing. 
I will update you on his progress but rest assured he is EATING and has settled in. 
Regards, Moya.  Townsville. 23/12/13


"Oramor"  Meowge Henri Simon Blue Point Siamese

Hi Sue, 
Letting you know that I had Henry desexed and microchipped on Friday.  He's doing well and while he's a very naughty kitten, we love him to bits.This is a photo that the girls at the Vet surgery took of him for their facebook page.  He's not quite fully awake but still a beautiful boy.
Gladys Barton, Caloundra. 8/9/13


        Oramor Chula Seal Pt. & Oramor Nomti Blue Pt. Siamese

Hi sue, my kittens are growing up quickly!
John Lewis, 23/10/13


Hi Sue, 
Our girls - Sophie - sage and your little one Oramor Saffron are all well - very well.
We are looking we adding to our brood - just wondering if any little girls have been born ?
Many thanks, Lani Thompson 

We are so looking forward to meeting our new fur babies.
 Lani's girls in winter - enjoying their fire


"Oramor"  Xzen Chocolate Point Siamese

 Hi Sue, Just to let you know "Oramor"  Xzen is doing great,  he will be one year old next Saturday. His colour has changed a little bit more towards the chocolate point and he looks magnificent.  He is full of fun and never a dull moment,  With  the winter weather he loves to sleep on your lap with his bunny rug. 

He is devoted to us and we feel elated that he came into our lives. The day starts with a cup of coffee and Xzen on my lap.  He like to snuggle up to Dianne of a night. 

 I think we are very privileged to have him in our lives.   It must have been fate that he was meant for us.

Hope you are doing fine, many thanks  for letting us have Xzen.   
Take care  Jim and Dianne.
 20/7/13 Narangba. Q


Hi Sue
Just letting you know Norie is well, she  had her last set of vacc’s done last week.

Here are some photos of her sleeping conditions and her choice of a sofa.
Bryton, Springfield Lakes, QLD 27/7/13


 Oramor Li'l Jazmyn and Oramor Li'l Jezabella Western Australia

Hi Sue,  Oramor Li'l Jazmyn and Oramor Li'l Jezabella
 passing away a Sunday afternoon.
 As you can see they couldn't be happier.  
Regards Robyn. Manjimup WA


Hi Sue, my blue and seal point Siamese  kittens have settled in really 
well and loving it here.   
Regards, John. Maleny. 28/8/13

Hi Sue, my kittens had their inoculation at the vet last week and purred the whole time.  His assistant loved them and has a Burmese of her own.  They are growing – weights 1,500 gm for blue point and 1,300 gm for seal point. Regards, John 25/9/13


Dear Sue,
We cannot believe how beautiful our "Oramor"  Mysha (Mi Sheree) is and I can't thank you enough for the love and care that you have given her.  I know she will have a beautiful temperament and will enjoy a long and happy life with us.
It is obvious that you put a huge amount of effort in ensuring that each litter is nurtured and given unbelievable care and attention.  We feel very lucky to have have been guided to your name and feel privileged to have the chance to get to know you.
Thank you once again for all of the information to enable us to continue to provide every thing that the little one needs to settle happily into her new home and life without her Mum, brothers and sisters.
We can't wait for Monday morning, and taking possession of our new soul mate.  We will do our best to be on time.  Until Monday 10.30am.
Fond Regards, Bonnie Hobbs. 12/8/13

 Dear Sue,
It was so lovely to meet you and to find that you are just as lovely as we thought you would be.  It does take a lot of courage and faith to carry on alone after loosing a loved one.
We had a good trip home with Mysha   cuddled up on my knee.
She is very confused and acting exactly as you said she would, but she does love the carry bag and uses that for security. She did give us a fright a while ago.  She had been very relaxed, asleep on my knee until I had to put her in the carry bag in my room while we saw our friend off.  We were only gone for a few moments, on our return search the room as we did we could not find her.  I was nearly hysterical, Ross saying calm down she must be here somewhere when I glanced up under the bed and caught sight of her sitting on one of the timber struts that held the bed.
She has not eaten, had anything to drink or done a wee, but you did say that is understandable.  I feel sure it will all come together tomorrow as she becomes  more relaxed by the minute.
We love her and thank you so much for the love and effort that you put in to the breeding these delightful pets.
Our love, we can say that now that we have met. 19/8/13
We have really had a wonderful day with many break throughs with our precious little one.
So far you have been spot on with your predictions and advice.  Up until lunch time we had made little progress with lessening the separation anxiety or the stress that Mysher  was going through.  She had not eaten, had anything to drink, been to the toilet or relaxed at all.  She would just run and hide when we approached.
I was getting worried but Ross assured me that things were just as you said they would be and that we just had to be patient and give her time.  He spent a lot of time with her and was the one that finally won her trust. She relaxed, started to play and best of all hopped into the litter box and did a good wee.  By five o'clock this afternoon, she had scoffed several tiny serves of chicken and had a good drink of water.  She sat with us  as we watched television and is now cuddled up in bed with us.  By the way she was sitting up on the bed waiting for us when we walked in.
SO once more thanks to your hard work, love and understanding we are well on the way to having a beautiful long time friend again.
We do hope that you are feeling much better tonight.  Thank you again for every thing.
Fond regards, Bonnie & Ross 21/8/13
Hi Sue, I do not mind at any time if you would like to put any of my e-mails on your blog site,you sure have a lot of very satisfied and proud cat owners.We were sure to meant to get, this precious little bundle of joy.
Our house is now filled with life and constant laughter,  
we have not had a moments trouble with her and she is changing every day. 
 She sleeps with us every night and is a constant source of entertainment for us.
You certainly know how to make wonderful, gentle, loving top quality kittens.
Fond regards. 
 Bonnie and Ross. 8/9/13

Dear Sue,
Both Ross and I are amazed how quickly Misher is growing.  We  find it hard to believe that we once again have the most adorable companion, she has an unbelievable temperament and is an absolute credit to you.
I have to say from our first phone call with you until pick up day, it was evident that your love, care and devotion to breeding would surely give us exactly the the type of kitten that would mend our broken hearts.  Your constant updates , even though we were overseas, were unbelievable.
Misher already rules our home.  She settled in so easily and is kind and gentle in every way.  Even to the point of playing happily with our little grand
 daughter, who immediately asked  "Gramdma can you get me one of these".
I thought you would like a few photo's taken yesterday.  She has had her first visit to the vet, had third needle with no fuss or ill effect and put up with a complete check and nail trim without a murmur.  Vet thought she was in perfect condition and loved her temperament.
Fond regards Bonnie and Ross. Cuddles and kisses from Misher. 13/9/13


By the way, I am most impressed with your breeding and training.
While Misher is definitely a little rascal at times, she has not disgraced herself once, eats perfectly, loves people and particularly enjoys children. She sat down with our 4 year old, Charlie, the other day who was playing with a heap of Lego and cars, and after watching for a while went off and collected another car and placed it at Charlie's feet.  Beautiful to watch!

Bonnie was most fretful and concerned initially but has now been won over completely. Particularly when Misher decides it is time for a cuddle. We had friends in last night and she entertained everyone until she simply ran out of steam. Then she hopped on Bonnie's lap and instantly fell asleep. Another beautiful sight.
Great decision all round, and many thanks to you.
Cheers, Ross Hobbs 20/9/13

Dear Sue,
It was great to catch up with you last week and show off our lovely Misher.  As we said she is full of mischief, but her trip in the motor home was wonderful.  She loved getting out on the lead, going for walks, visiting people, climbing trees, studying ants and other crawleys, rolling in the grass and sand, and then resting in the sun in our chairs!
We are amazed at how fast she learns.  She could bee flying around the motor home chasing flies like a maniac, but as soon as we took out her harness and lead she would sit quietly while it was all done up.  She never tried to run away, but would happily start exploring.
And talk about demanding.  As soon as it was breakfast time she would start demanding to go out.  We then had to teach her to be patient and wait until we were ready.  Believe it or not, she did learn.
Getting back home we found we had a different kitten.  She seems far more settled, comes when we call her and does not launch herself at anything that moves on us.  She loves curling up with Bonnie and instead of looking for action just purrs and goes to sleep. She seems to know there is no ‘outside’ and has not demanded to get out at all.  Quite remarkable really.
We are really, really happy with the way she is developing.  A credit to your breeding.
By the way, we were most taken with your little lilac and very nearly offered to take her on the spot.  Sadly we think that would be impossible for us.
Cheers, and love, Bonnie and Ross 6/11/13

I am sorry that we have not been in contact for such a long time.
You must be thinking that we are the type to take all of your hard work and then run off with our outstandingly beautiful cat and leave you wondering where and how she  is.
We have been swamped with family and visitors since well before Christmas and both feel like crawling into a hole and hibernating for a few months but not as lucky as some and life must go on.  We have another eight arriving tonight, school holidays can't come soon enough it will be so good to get our home and lives in order again.
As promised we had our beautiful princess spayed and Micro chipped when she was six months old. All went well, she had a side incision and recovered and healed without incident. Her hair grew back quickly, and you can't even see where the cut was.
We feel blessed to have "Oramor" Misher, she has brought such happiness back into our lives.  She is cute, energetic and unbelievably intelligent and loving.  Our whole family adores her. My daughter in law is very keen to get her next cat from you.
Thank you so much once again for letting us own one of your beautiful kittens.  I must go now,
Ross said that he will update you with some photos before he goes on his trip.  With Christmas and his 70th Birthday we haven't had time to scratch ourselves.
Much love Bonnie, Ross and Misher. 24/1/14

Dear Sue, Here are recent photos of Misher as Bonnie promised.  She still loves her teddies, and her donut bed is the best ever. 25/1/14
Hi  Sue,
We had a wonderful trip home with the new baby being nursed to sleep by each of the children in turn for the duration of the trip.
He is, as predicted a little nervous in his new surroundings, but has found a haven in a cubby box in his cat tower. The kids are being quiet in the house and we are regularly taking him to his food and littler, but no interest in either as yet....he just want to stay cosy warm and safe in his "house", take in the new sights and sounds and catch up on some sleep for the moment. Monica, 25/5/13
Our Little "Oramor" Blue Point Siamese, Diamond is doing well- Was quite hungry this morning and ate by 9am to my relief. A breakfast of pet mince followed by a few very tiny pieces of cheese and some dry biscuits. Has had his lunch at 12 and ate all that was offered ( a few tablespoons of mince per meal ATM and often- I think 3hrly should work and he has biscuits on offer all the time).Has just had his first drink now, so all should be good I hope.
He has used his litter box once only, but now with the start of fluid intake I assume it won't be long till he needs it again.
He is getting quite brave and exploring the house although he still likes to hide and have timeout too. The kids have just put a movie on and are nursing him while they watch TV. They quite enjoyed playing with the cat chaser toy with him thismorning and he was up for the game so it was really quite good- he is quite brave and settling in quite quickly all in all I feel.
We have thrown a couple of names around but have not settled on one as yet, I'm sure it won't be to long before he lets us know who he is though.....
Will get some pics over the next week I would hope and send you a couple through so you can see how he is......Till then,
Kind regards, Monica, Apple Tree Creek. 26/5/13
Hi Sue, 
Just wanted to let you know that 'Oramor' China, blue point Siamese kitten has settled in really well. 
She is a beautiful, bold and confident kitten – I am very pleased with her.  The travelling didn’t keep her down for long.  Her appetite is good, and she is eating well and enjoying a variety of foods.  We had no issues with the transition to different kitty litter – she is very well toilet trained.   She has adapted to our routine very well, and made friends with our existing animals.  The funniest relationship is between our Great Dane and China – they have become firm friends, and it is very amusing to watch them interact.  Our Dane takes great care to not move his feet unless he knows she is out of range and she delights in teasing him in the funniest ways. 
Thanks for all your trouble in organising China’s travel to Darwin.  The whole process was very smooth and easy.  China is everything I hoped and expected after reading your website.  You are truly raising beautiful, well adjusted kittens. 
Thanks Sue. 
Regards, Linda Blackwood, Darwin


Hi Sue,
Letting you know that "Oramor" Henri, blue point Siamese kitten was happy  wrapped in his blanket on my lap on the trip home.  He’s eating well, drinking and using his litter tray. 
He’s settling in and wants to be friends with Lilly but she’s still letting him know that she’s the queen of this castle.  However, it improves all the time and I’m sure they’ll be friends soon.

Will keep you informed of his progress and thanks again for letting us enjoy this little boy. 
Gladys Barton, Caloundra. 29/5/2013

Hi Sue, Had to send you these pics of 'Oramor' Henri with our Lilly to show you how well they’re getting along now.  
He’s growing so quickly and is a lovely, funny little boy.
Curled up in their heated pet bed these cold days.  Of course, our bed is their night time sleeping spot.
 Gladys, 18th June,'13

Hi Sue,
Just an update with our little 'Oramor' Chocolate point Siamese girl for you.  She has now got a healthy appetite and has come in and taken over!  It is great to have a Siamese back in the house again - now we just have to convince our 17 week old border collie puppy.  He had the run of the house until she arrived and is now a bit put out.  I know it takes time and lots of patience.  She plays up to him and shows off when he is outside the door but also looks for him if he isn't there!
Anyway she is all ok and will send you some photos of her soon.
Kind regards
Cathy B, Brisbane, 2/4/13


                          Hi Sue,
I just thought I'd give you a quick email to let you know that our Oramor Siamese kittens are doing fantastic.  They settled in well and truly within a couple of days, and have made the place their own.  They have a good, healthy appetite, and are very energetic (except for in the heat of the past few days!)  
It is interesting to see the differences in their personalities.  Capri (the blue) is shy, especially when there are people they don't know, although she controls the games that the two of them play.  Lily (the lilac) likes to sleep more than Capri, and tolerates Capri "attacking" her while she is trying to sleep for a few minutes before eventually giving in and playing.  They even sound very different to one another!
They are absolutely wonderful and we wouldn't be without them.  They provide endless entertainment and are extremely distracting, even when asleep!!  I don't know how I will get any work done at home anymore!!!  I have attached a couple of photos.
Thank you once again.
Kind regards, Jeremy and Ruth Isaac. Woodford.  11/1/13

Hi Sue, Hope you are well and coping with this terrible heat...Just wanted to give you a quick update on my "Oramor" Siamese kittens..
Ormaor Yoda the seal point Siamese has settled in well with his chocolate point sister 'Oramor' Cleo, and lily our Burmese.
 They have been to Vet for their needles and been given a clean bill of health...
Yoda is funny he suckles on Lily the Burmese who has never had any kittens and has no nipple what I would content.. However she lays there and let's him do it while she sleeps away he is a real baby :-)))
Siamese brother and sister, Yoda and Cleo are inseparable.
Thank you so much for letting me get him...
 You can pass on thank you and advise how well he is doing and how contented he is, to the lady who returned him.  :-)).
Her loss. Definitely our gain..
 Wishing you a safe and merry Christmas Sue.             
All the best for the new year.
Take care, Best wishes, Kim Kadel. 19/12/12                    

"Oramor" Yoda, male Siamese, suckling lily, Burmese who has never had kittens.
They make me laugh.
They are big babies. Lol.

Hi Sue,   Just to let you know 'Oramor' Xzen, our Siamese kitten, is doing great, eating, drinking, using his kitty litter and having fun with his toys etc. 
He is very easy to manage and super affectionate.   
He loves sleeping on your lap and is never far from us.  
Kind regards,   Jim and Di Dorsett,  9/10/12                  
Hi Sue, Just an update on our boy.  Our Vet  said that he was a good size for his age and thought he would grow into quite a big cat.   All commented " what a beautiful boy, congratulations."                          
On the home front he has settled in very well.  likes to snuggle up of a night and loves to play.  He drinks and eats very well.  Likes his morning wash, comb and a brush.           
 Hope you like the attached photo's , as you can see he has made himself at home.  
Jim and Di Dorsett 28/10/12

Hi Sue. Just a quick line to let you know Xzen is doing great, He loves to play and we have three play gym areas in the house for him.  We had a visit by my Brother and Wife from the USA and Xzen loved to entertain them, They took some fond memories of Xzen back home with them,  He is eating well, energetic and very intelligent.  He is also very dedicated to us.
He has to have an early morning wrestle and cuddle on the main bed followed by a brush and comb, he makes sure we don't forget and a suttle hint of him appearing with his brush is his way of saying "lets go "
 Hope you like his pictures. 
 You did a great job with Xzen,  so many thanks. 
Jim and Dianne  5/12/12
Hi Sue,   Xzen is doing great and having a ball.   We had our Daughter and Grand children stay with us for a couple of nights over Christmas and Xzen was in his element.  Of a night he slept cuddled up to our Grandson.                 

Thanks again for such a wonderful little Siamese boy.
 Photo is of  Xzen and the Grand Kids. 

Regards  Jim and Dianne Dorsett. 3/1/13

Xzen is on my lap helping with this email, he is quite a character. He has recovered well after the operation and is back to normal,  Dianne discovered today that if she puts a few pieces of crushed ice in his water he scoops them out with his paw and sucks on the ice.   He is very intelligent and loves playing. 
 Regards and best wishes  Jim and Dianne 13/1/13


Hi Sue,
Just to let you know Cintai is settling in well.  He has taken over our bed and is giving me lots of cuddles.  
Thank you. Regards, Kathy D’Herville 29/9/12



Sue thought you would like to see how well Ollie has developed.  
As you can see from the photo Ollie has developed into a
lovely house cat well beloved by Donna and myself.
Andrew Parken Rockhampton. 27/8/12






Hi Sue, Just though I would send you some photos of "Oramor" Kit, Chocolate Pt. Siamese. She is going well and into everything. She has quite a personality and thinks she is the queen of the house but she is very cute she makes me and my partner Paul laugh and what she gets up to. As you can see in the photos she loves her scratching post and sits on it a lot but she also loves sitting on my lounge. She is with us all the time when we are at home and not at work. Anyway thank you for such a loving and affectionate kitten. 

Michael Holt, Townsville. 16/9/12




Norfolk Island

Hi Sue,
Just thought I would give you an update on our Oramor Siamese boy. He goes to the Vet tomorrow to be desexed, I hate doing it but I know I have to.
Thank you so much for such a beautiful kitten, he is absolutely gorgeous. He is such a social little one, he love everyone who visits and plays with them and then stands at the door and cries when they leave. He is now used to his harness and waits to go for a walk in the yard.
He is very intelligent and has known his name right from when we first brought him home. I will send you some photos soon.
Regards, Fay - Norfolk Island. 24/7/12

                                                                                   Bozarts home coming.  
Lazing in front of the fire.
Bozarts first steps into the real outside world.

Hi Sue,
I have just picked Bozart up from the Vet and he is fine, all went okay. He just wants cuddles at the moment which he will gets lots of.
Regards Fay 25/7/12
Norfold Island.

Hi Sue, Thought you may like to see this photo taken at 1 year old.
He was basking in the sun so was a little sleepy.
He is an absolute delight, we love him dearly.
Fay Landesmann
Benjamins Pty.Ltd.
P.O. Box 431
Norfolk Island
South Pacific 4/3/13              

Hi Sue,Thought you may like to see the latest photos of Bozart, he is so stunning and such a beautiful personality as well, we are so lucky to have lovely
boy. Thank you.
Regards, Fay Landesmann.
 Norfolk Island.
South Pacific.


Hi Sue, Cleo and Pearl are beautiful and doing great!
Here is Cleo cuddling up with her other sister Tess.
Catherine Zamparutti 16/1/2012

   Finn and his Oramor Siamese cuddle                     And here's Pearl finishing off the ice cream        
Sisterly Love

Hi Sue, Our babies bring us so much joy!
Cheers,  Catherine Zamparutti. 28/6/12
Sooooooooo adorable
Hello Sue,
Our girls will be celebrating their second birthday with us soon. And  words just can't describe the joy our babies bring to our family. When your website said ' kittens breed with loving personalities' - that was an understatement! 
Cleo and Pearl love not only myself, but they genuinely love our two boys boys aged 10 and 6.  Every night they cuddle up with the boys, sleeping anywhere from in between their legs, to cuddled up with their bodies under the blankets and their heads on the pillow just as a person would. It warms my heart to see. Then they will come during the night and sleep with me, and in the morning, they'll be back in bed with the boys as I'm up too early for them.
They follow the children around the yard playing alongside them as a dog would. My husband who's not as avid a cat lover as me, can't believe it to watch. They follow us as we visit the beach, they sit and wait for us as we paddle and swim, then return back home with us just like one of the kids bounding along. Everyone who knows them or visits comments on how friendly they are.
Thank you Sue for our Cleo and Pearl, we love them to bits.
Cheers, Catherine .  Mackay.


My mum is so happy with her 'Oramor' Siamese kitten and she is settling in well! She is such a georgous kitten and will be a beautiful cat! Thanks again. Renee Urch, 31/7/12
Hi Sue, 
Minka is absolutely gorgeous & a real daddy’s girl Alan loves her. He loves Ralt to but we must admit we love our Siamese . We picked up Minka from you in end of February this year just before you were going away.
She is quiet a little character, still tiny but is putting on weight fine vet has said, we will be having her desexed soon.
Minka loves talking that is why I told you she has the nick name of 'The Voice'. The rag doll Ralt & her are best of buddies, she also loves cleaning Ralt with the odd nip or two.Minka loves Rebecca’s dog Nahla, she is a gentle dog & very good with cats. Minka is not afraid of Nahla & cleans her also, plus they play together with the cat tunnel especially, but our Ralt has just got used to Nahla now. 
Thank you for giving us such a beautiful Siamese kitten, it shows in her temperament how well she was cared for as a kitten you did a wonderful job.
I hope you are keeping well & all is okay for you up in Maryborough.
Kind Regards,  Maree & Alan Swindells, Virginia Q. 26/6/12

Hi Sue, Sounds like you certainly have your hands full with your little friends but I am sure you are enjoying  the time with them. 
We have looked on your site & found Minka along with all your other kittens that have lovely homes also, even though I am biased she is so cute. This is how she sleeps a lot upside down or stretched right out.
Siamese seem to be extremely flexible with their bodies & use it in their day to day activities.
We have a high set house & we say it’s like a race track with Minka & Ralt. I have 3 scratching poles in different places in house  & they fly up & down these on their way around the house doing laps.
I did not put up our Christmas tree last year as our last little boy Mishka  who passed away in November loved it & felt too sad him not being with us.
This year I will put up tree again  & can only imagine the fun  Minka & Ralt will have this year.
Look after yourself, will be in touch.
Kind Regards, Maree Swindells. 27/6/12

Hi Sue,  I hope you had a Merry Christmas & wish you all the best for 2013. 

Alan & I would like to say how thankful we are with our precious Minka, she has just turned one year old. 

Minka is the most beautiful little Siamese, we are so pleased we chose to have an Oramor Kitten from yourself.

You have done an excellent job in breeding the most beautiful Siamese in temperament  & of course she is a pretty little girl.

Minka still has the pet name of “THE VOICE” ha! ha! 

You will be pleased to know she is a real daddy’s girl, follows Alan around the house talking all the time.

Alan loves our Rag Doll Ralt also but he does say this little girl Minka is special. 

I thought  Ralt & Minka would play with  the Christmas tree, but they had a look at first & then occasional play with ornaments & that was it.

I must admit though they have lots of toys & scratching poles to keep them amused.

You will be pleased to know they are the best of mates, they have a lovely time playing. 

Our daughter Rebecca had a little girl Ayla on 12th September this year.

Already we can see she is going to be a cat lover like us all.

Minka goes & has a look at Ayla when she visits, but we are very careful with the cats & also Bec’s dog  around Ayla. 

Sue I hope you are keeping well & have lovely memories of going on your special trip earlier in the year you told me about. 

Will send some updated photos of Minka soon. 

Kind Regards, Maree Swindells 31/12/12

People that have not met Minka before say how beautiful she is & also vocal, she is a beautiful little girl.

Regards,  Maree 19/1/13

Dear Sue, This is the saddest email I have ever written, as you discussed with my George, my & our lovely Mintie passed away – a tragedy.                                                                                                      

I cannot talk about it without tears and sobs. He is buried next to my white oriental Pud. I loved him dearly and will remember him always with love & tears. Its harder with Mintie as he was so young, & before him all my pets have always lived to a ripe old age. I will always remember he tried to stay and laid his head on my arm as he usual as he laid in my arms for hours. I can’t say anymore it is too sad.
Please add us to your waiting list I hope to give 2 kittens a good LONG life & lots of love. Mintie taught me that I can love again.
I am hoping with two – they will keep each other amused. Please do not take Mintie off your website as I look at it every day with love.
I am so sorry Sue. Love and regards, Helen O’ Farrell 29/5/11
Dear Sue
How is the little one – Mitzi & in particular yourself. I usually love this time of year but this year is a sad one. I only saw your husband when we picked up Mintie but losing a lifetime partner is sadness beyond belief. Take care of yourself, pamper a little – your work in producing the most wonderful special kittens is, I think, a passion and one you do so well. Take care, Love Helen 6/6/11

Dear Sue,
Merv’s life is the story of a quiet achiever – working hard to raise a loving family while playing a important role in supporting his community. I am sorry I did not get to know him but it seems he would of had a positive effect on all who knew him. Hold him close and as always he will be with you-a man like him is the salt of the earth and a treasure.
George and I still miss the “Mint man” enormously, I look at him on your website every day while at work. We are also in love with the photo of Mitzie if you can believe that possible. I still forward to seeing you, sharing Mintie life in photos and to hear more about your Merv.
Take care and love, Helen & George 23/6/11

Dear Sue
Yes I would like you to keep us a male please. Mitzi is exploring, eating and using the litter tray like she is home. We love her & she is settling in. How are the girls – Lil Egypt, Velcro & Lil Susie. I think Lil Egypt has done a excellent job- 5 kittens wonderful.
I love the peaceful aura to your place – Merv and you have given the place a warm welcoming feel. Thank you for your delightful company and I look forward to your emails and visiting with you again soon. Hugs & purrs, Helen 5/8/11

Dear Sue
Loved the photos of the new kittens expertly looked after by Li’l Egypt and yourself.
Mitzi will love to have a playmate in a couple of months when the kitten is ready. Mitzi is full of beans and we love her dearly. She follows George around and sits with me as I read or watch tv-she watches tv too. She is a lively ball of energy and loves to play. Each day she develops new skills and takes in more information. She is sitting at my feet as I type this email – an excellent friend and companion.
Keep yourself safe & well and look forward to seeing you soon. Love, Helen. 9/8/11  

Dear Sue

As promised, some updated photos of the little Mitzi enclosed. We love Mitzi and as predicted is a real joy. 
Take care of yourself and lots of love.
Helen O'Farrell, Brisbane.  17/8/11
Dear Sue,
Just a quick update.  Montie and Mitzi  are firm pals now – one never far from the other, eating, playing and sleeping in tandem. They are both well and healthy with Mitzi looking more like cat than a kitten now. Montie is funny when he wants to “attack” he stands on his toes, puffs up all his fur and dances sideways, stretching for every centimetre before he pounces – a delightful picture. 
George and I love them both and delight in their ways and antics.  They brighten our days no end.
Love Helen, Brisbane.   4/11/2011

Dear Sue,
Enclosed you will find a beautiful photo of Mitzi and Montie -  at 6 and 4 months respectively. They are beautiful and much loved, both desexed and playful while growing fast. They fill our hearts with joy and while I think of Mintie regularly they make it bearable and delight us immensely brightening our days. Lots of love, Helen 21/12/2011
Dear Sue, Belle Mitzie or Priney for short (for Princess) and Montie are now over 1 year old and firm friends. Belle Mitz is bright, smart, but more timid of strangers as well as beautiful. Montie is a large laid back puss whose charm lays in his sweet, cuddly nature and handsome face. He is more adventuresome but nowhere near as daredevil as Mintie was – thank goodness. We love them a lot as they curl up next to you in bed or on the sofa. They are our pride and joy and thanks Sue for such lovely cats. They follow George everywhere and are never far away. 
Don’t forget to remember that you are fondly in our thoughts forward. 
Lots of love, Helen O'Farrell  20/8/12



Hi Sue,
We hope you are well. I thought it about time I should send you an update on how the Oramor Siamese girls are. You can see by the photos what wonderful young ladies they have grown into. They are 10 months old now.The pic's were taken this morning.
They spend about 15 minutes outside with me 2 or 3 times a day and follow me everywhere I go inside or out.
They are such a joy,I just can't imagine life without them.    
Take care & best wishes from Robyn Atkins, Manjimup WA 3/3/2011

Hi Sue,
Well, what a delight you have given us, our “Oramor” Siamese kitten has bought something special into our home, the entertainment is never ending, he is so smart and intelligent it beyond belief.
Well, after we picked he up from the airport, we bought him straight home, had his food and water ready for him, as too his litter bin. He used the litter bin straight away and has not missed once, you had trained him to perfection, he lets me know when he has done something so i can clean the tray out. he is a very smart cookie. He hasn’t looked back, it like he has lived here all the time, he has a lovely placid nature and we love him dearly.
Well, I must thank you for all you have done, he is the most beautiful cat I have ever seen and the most intelligent, the toilet training is a blessing.
I wish you all the best and hope you have a lovely Christmas and all the best for 2012.
Regards, Diane/Garry, M t. Louisa, Qld.  3/11/11


Hi Sue,
Here is a recent photo of Cougar. He is a lovely cat, not shy, very affectionate and full of beans.
We love him very much!
Regards, Rachael and Mark Chapman. 3/4/2011

Dear Sue,
I am regretfully writing to you to inform you that Magic passed away last week in a tragic freak incident.  Jade is devastated of this loss as we are all.  He said goodbye to us Tuesday morning as the girls and I left for school and work, he always walked us to the garage which is attached to the house.  Jade was always very diligent in keeping him away and safe from the car when I reversed.  She kissed him good bye and I slide the roller door down and he was locked in the house for the day.  Tragically he went and played in the room which leads to the garage where I keep a bit of storage stuff and a spare bed.  I have a big esky that I take to town every fortnight for Groceries and I usually leave a smaller esky inside it so the lid does not shut down on it but my husband had to use the smaller esky to vaccinate some calves over at the yards and took it out and did not shut the lid.  I found his body in the esky that afternoon after work.  He definitely brought Magic to our lives and we miss him dreadfully.
Yours Sincerely,
Sean & Evonne Barrett 30/5/11
Hi Sue,
Just a real quick email to let you know about the 'Oramor' Oskar, Seal point Siamese kitten.
He is absolutely fantastic!  He has grown heaps and its awesome to see what a really nice looking cat he is!
 lol,,  he can be a little monster at times and he is incredibly loving,,,  I think that he has adopted me as his mum as he kinda bites my face and chin,, (and if he can't get there, he goes for my eyebrows) real soft and licks me, all the while purring his georgeous little head off!  It can be a bit annoying though,, especially at 2am on a workday,,lolol..
He has been fetching, he knows what the word "NO" means and he can get a bit disgruntled sometimes, he plays really well with my daughter, Rebekah (Bekha absolutely loves him) although I have to go cranky at her because she dosen't feed him and clean out hes litter tray unless I tell her to-but that is what learning responsibility is all about is'nt it?!
Anyway,,  he is georgeous,, so happy that I now have him,, love the little man to pieces,,
Take care, Bronny and Bekha, oops    and the Oskar!
Just thought I would give you an update on 'Oramor' Shayla, Siamese. She has the most beautiful personality and I can't imagine my life without her.
She has her own routine which involves being fed first thing in the morning and usually won't eat unless she's carried to the bowl after that she has to be nursed for about 15 minutes then she likes to play with her ball, other toys include bottle tops or cup hooks. Her favourite T.V. channel is Nat Geo Wild. She loves chicken necks but plays with them first before she eats them. She only eats a certain colour cat biscuit, she picks them out and leaves the rest. She runs to the front door when someone knocks as everyone either nurses her or plays with her. She has my husband (who is the first to admit he is not a cat person) wrapped around her paw, when he thinks I'm not within hearing distance I've heard him talking to her. If she is a bit cold and wants to sleep with us she will put her paws under the bedroom door and rattle it or the latest is to swing off the ceramic tassel on the door knob as that makes more noise. She carries anything that takes her fancy such as leaves, sticks or paper in her mouth and places them usually in the lounge room.
My 16 year old female tabby Mother's her and is never far away from her, she caught her a mouse which are very hard to find and Shayla barely glanced at it. She purrs all the time, and loves being brushed but is not keen on baths. I am really pleased with her eye & coat colour & couldn't be happier with her. 
         Regards, Donna  (Emerald) 20/8/11

Hello Sue,
Firstly,  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. I hope this e-mail finds you well and happy and your 'Hobby' breeding ever more successful.                                             
We are on our second Christmas now since our beloved Teeny had a nasty encounter with a brown snake and I am very glad to say he is still Loud, Proud and very healthy and alive. I am unable to fatten him up though, despite the fact that he eats enough food for a Doberman, including raiding every possible hiding place he can find, of the dogs treats as well. He has a very loud and boisterous and dare I say “controlling” personality. Everyone in the house must do as he sees fit or else you will hear all about it, and even if he doesn’t want anything to do with you, you must still be present, he doesn’t like anyone to go to bed before he’s ready, or he will sit outside your door (which you have shut to get some peace) and wail loudly his disgust. Same thing if any family member dares to stay away for the night... the rest of the family must listen to him wail even louder for a large portion of the evening till he wears himself out. It is VERY obvious how much he loves and values his family members, he is so smoochy it’s like you literally have to “wear” him.
I think our little Burmese and Teeny have not developed a close relationship. Coco is a very solitary, quiet and mellow cat, NONE of which are Teeny’s traits, and she needs time out from him, or things get ugly very quickly, he NEVER lets up in his quest to win her over, and I think she just gets to the point where she wants to murder him. The little dog Belle however is a completely different story. She just resigned herself that he was PUSHING his way into her heart and she had NO choice in the matter, so they sleep together in the same bed, she lets him eat her food (NOT the other poor cat), and puts up with him rubbing all over her (while looking as disgusted as she can possibly manage), I am worried about his attachment to Belle as she is quite old, and it concerns me when she dies how he will handle not having her any more. We don’t plan on getting another dog as our children are nearly all grown, we plan to travel, so the 2 cats will be plenty for us to take care of, I will no doubt be contacting you for your advice on how to help him through his grief.
I have included a photo I took this morning I took it with my computer webcam, I find it very hard to get pictures which show his gorgeous eyes so well, and he was smooching all over me and my laptop, so I switched the webcam on and caught him unsuspectingly, it’s not overly clear, but he just looks so cute I had to send it to you.
Well I must go now, much to do with Christmas day coming fast. 
Thankyou again for my lovely boy, we love him to pieces. 
Kind regards, Karin Wilson
Toowoomba QLD 21/12/2011

Sue, I am so very sorry to hear of your husband's death, my heart goes out to you, and what a massive undertaking you have trying to keep everything going. I really don’t know what to say except to send my Love and condolences. 44 years is such a long time together, and I am certain a terrible and shocking loss. I just celebrated my 21st wedding anniversary this year, and although I am very grateful to have such a lovely man in my life and be creating many wonderful memories to look back on, I do think how hard it would be for one of us to lose the other. My husband also lost his Dad to bowel cancer this year at age 72. As Noel is still in Afghanistan, I went to NZ for two months to help Noel’s Mum and support the family. Dad did not want to be in hospital, so he died at home surrounded with many family members and much love, but it was so very harrowing to watch him pass slowly and in such a terrible way, and the worst (but most loving) thing I have ever been through. My mother in law is still trying to adjust to life without Dad, they were like 2 peas in a pod.
I hope you have family members to support you and show you tons of love, and I know your faith will help you get through this. Also it is very helpful to talk to other people who have gone through this, so I pray you find support in those areas, and if not, please feel free if you need to, to contact me, and I could get my mother to e-mail you, she is a beautiful, loving and kind hearted woman (and avid cat lover) who has lost 2 great loves of her life, my father when I was 10 months old, and the next great love 14 years ago. She has grieved with the best of them, and just scrapes herself off and keeps on going with no bitterness, while still believing there is more love and companionship out there for her. She would be only too happy to help you.
I can’t drive to Maryborough to give you a hug, but I am certainly sending one in spirit, and I have done the only thing I can do right now, and that’s to send you a picture of what we call “Contortionist Cat” (Valentino). My son Taane and I have been in stitches over this one... It’s gross but he was washing his backside on my bed, and I called him and took the photo when he looked around, and it looks as if he has a leg coming out of his back, we laughed and laughed ... I hope it provides you with a giggle also.
Please take care of yourself and your own health at this time and get plenty of rest, as much as you can with what must be a very busy lifestyle now. I feel sad for you, and then I remember all your beautiful, loving and affectionate cats, and the pleasure and love they must surround you with, it is great that you have them.
I will keep you in my prayers, and stay in contact a bit better. 
Much love Karin Wilson, 22/12/2011
Oramor Malo and Mia,  Charters Towers
Hello Sue, 
My 'Oramor' Siamese boy and girl are friends.  I was happy to come home from work and find them like this. David had been keeping a close watch over them during the day. Wishing you a Happy New Year
Kind Regards, Bev  5/1/12
Hi Sue,These are my beautiful boy and girl. Barramundi for dinner Yum!! Aren’t they just adorable
Kind regards, Bev  11/1/12
Hi Sue. I just love my boy and girl.
Just sharing a few photos with you.
Kind regards, Bev   13/1/12

Hi Sue, My boy and girl are just gorgeous. Here they are ready to go for a walk. I take them outside when I come home from work most days. They never want to wander off too far from you. They both seem to have a fascination for plants and I have just heard recently that some plants are toxic to cats and dogs.
Hope all is well with you and are ready for another year of breeding.
Kind Regards, Bev, Charters Towers  12/3/12


Hello Sue, What a wonderful year we have had with our beautiful boy and girl, Malo and Mia.
They have given us so much pleasure over the past 12 months.
They have their own little routine of being taken out for a walk twice a day on their leads and having a play at night before bed with colourful string. Malo and Mia are very spoilt and pampered and rule the house.  When they are off their food Dad cooks prawns and they love them, plus their fresh supply of barramundi or fish. They are not big meat eaters but don’t mind kangaroo mince. We love them dearly. I think of you often and hope that you have had a peaceful and fulfilled year. 
Christmas greetings and wishing you a happy New Year.
Kind Regards, Bev and David Guy and Oramor Malo and Mia,  Charters Towers.  21/12/12 

Hi Sue’
I hope that you have had a lovely Easter break. It has been a while since I updated you with photos of Malo and Mia my gorgeous Siamese of whom I am always taking photos of.  They have their own little routine of walks twice a day, they must have an inbuilt clock system and of course playtime in my bedroom before I go to bed. These are a few outdoor photos .
Kind regards
Bev Guy 1/2/13



Hi Oramor Kittens. Many years ago I bought a beautiful female Siamese kitten from you.'Oramor' Bella.  Bella has had a wonderful life. I think she is about 5 yrs old now. She is inseparable from her grandson and they have a fabulous relationship. Regards,  Kim  Mewing 29/1/2012


Oramor Marty
Dear Sue, I have meaning to send you an update of Marty.
 He is nearly 21/2 yrs old and as spoilt as ever.  He is quite an icon in the neighbourhood and everyone knows the "white cat".   We have an old hall and school nearby and he has been steadily killing off the rat population much to the schools delight.  He loves investigating all new things and visitors.  He talks to passersby from the top of the jeep  with his very unusual siamese conversation.  We always greet him with a "waah waah" and now he greets us with it!  We love him dearly and treasure that he is a
part of our family.
kind regards, Melanie, Brisbane  182/12
Hi Sue thank you for the chance to meet you yesterday , well the trip home was uneventful other than seeing how close the road was to being flooded near Gympie . 'Oramor' Mojo slept most of the way I Debs arms , once home we kept him in the container for a time to allow the other cats a chance to meet him, we used the travel towel to let the other cats get his scent .
As usual the other cats were a bit put out by his arrival but we were careful not to over due the attention to Mojo in front of them . He slept the night in our bedroom, very early around 6.30 we finally let our dog in the house well the result was nothing but amazing . Mojo decided right from the very first second the
dog came in the room that he the dog "Bailey" was his . I have never seen a kitten so small and young just walk right up to the dog hissed at him once or twice and then decided that from this day on the dog belongs to him .
Mojo did not back away any time at all he just kept putting the dog in his place even when the dog rolled him on his back and was licking his tummy Mojo just wanted more . I have a sneaky suspicion Mojo has developed a mother image in the dog he goes in under Baileys tummy and the dog tries to back away I just think the dog is actually scared of him up to a point.
By this afternoon evry time Bailey laid down in the house Mojo would run over and start interacting with
him . You can see by this photo how the dog is not sure what to do . I am sure he will have a personality that we have never experienced before, we are looking forward to his growth and development.
Regards Howard and Deb .Cornubia, Q.  26/2/2012
PS hope your trip goes to your expectations .
14-03-12 Hi again
Sue the dog is a male Soft Coated Wheatan Terrier.  Mojo, 'Oramor' Siamese kitten, is just so unfazed  by "Bailey " the dog the first morning we had him home we just could not  restrain Mojo from getting on the floor with the dog .  
We were a bit concerned as Bailey has always had a love hate relationship with our other Siamese Jazz, some times he will chase her around the house then he will back into a doorway and sort of wait in ambush for her to come out of a room.  Sometimes you just have to laugh as she will sneak around the corner and
walk right up to the dog with a look of disdain and other times will just run past him at full speed .
Now Mojo just walked right up to Bailey first time and tried to get a feed from him, it was amazing to watch Bailey try and avoid Mojo .
During the first few days Mojo was relentless in pursuing Bailey where ever he went eventually Bailey got so tired of trying to avoid the cat that he just gives up lays down and Mojo will just latch on to one of his nipples it is so funny . Now after two weeks Bailey has given up trying to avoid the kitten they play chase around the house  and when Bailey gets tired out he just lays down and Mojo will curl up with him so cute . Mojo is growing right before our eyes you can see the size difference since coming home , he eats well and shares nicely with the other cats . One of the funniest things is his litter tray habits , we have a half size bath tub that is no longer used its in the bathroom . The litter tray is placed in the tub, for the first few days we would just put Mojo in the tray and he would do his thing we would then allow him to get out of the tub by himself so he would learn where to go . Now he just goes into the bathroom and with out hesitation
launches himself from the floor right over the edge of the tub straight into the the litter tray so cute and clever.  Kindest Regards,  Howard and Deborah .