Welcome to Bridau’s European Burmese & Sacred Birma cattery.
The cattery is owned by Brian Daugaard
European Burmese & Sacred Birma breeder Brian Daugaard is a
Felis Danica Diploma Breeder,
Chairman of Felis Danica’s Mentor council,
Member of Felis Danica Pedigree Cat Club Racekatten
& member of FIFe Burmese Breed Council
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I have kittens. For more info look at my Kittens page – march 2021
Summer 2020 my Sacred Birma was mum for the first time. A brown masked boy Bridau’s Dakota grew up to be a beautiful prince and is now big enough to live with his new family. I send him full of trust & love
2019 has been a special year. I have neutered 2 of my oldest cats and they will now enjoy the life as happy home cats with all that follows. I have added a new breed to my cattery. I got the opportunity to add a beautiful sacred birma to my cattery. And here she is
2018 has been a great show year for Bridau’s Burmese cattery. 3 burmese cats achieved the titles as Supreme Champion. The first Bridau cat of own breeding achieved Best of Best no 1. 2019 is around the corner and Bridau’s Burmese cattery wishes you the best for 2019
A milestone for Bridau’s Burmese Cattery has been achieved. From my own breeding I now have a *Supreme Champion* and the title was given to Bridau’s Adelaide aka Leia. I am so proud of my gorgeous lilac girl
I got a request from a Danish pedigree cat club to have Supreme Champion Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote on their September 2018 show poster. The club will have a breed BIS for burmese on the second show day. Thank you Racekatten for using my lovely blue burmese boy on your poster
Bridau’s European Burmese cattery has a new Supreme Champion. Merlin Burmese King achieved this title August 18th 2018 at a Belgian show. His new name is Supreme Champion Merlin Burmese King. I am very proud of my sweet, beautiful brown boy
I am so happy when a foreign pedigree special club have interest in my little cattery. The Dutch pedigree cat club Felikat has a burmese/burmilla special club – club 27. In their nice club magazine there is an article about my first Grand International Champion, Bridau’s Adelaide aka Leia. Thank you Club 27 🙂
Swedish Special Club for Burmese has announced their Toplist 2017 and Bridau Burmese Cattery has 3 cats on the Toplist. Supreme Champion Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote is 5th Best Adult Burmese. Grand International Champion Merlin Burmese King is 7th Best Adult and International Champion Bridau’s Copenhagen is 15th Best Adult. I am so very proud of the wonderful results of my beloved burmese cats!
Bridau Burmese Cattery has its first Supreme Champion titled cat. At the Scandinavian Winner Show 2018 in Gothenburg, Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote achieved the title as Supreme Champion. He has been Best in Show 4 times, 2 Best of Best no 4, Best in Varietée once, and nominated for Best in Show 13 times. We salute you Eliotte!
Felis Danica has honoured Top cats 2017 and Bridau European Burmese Cattery has a burmese cat among the Top cats. Grand International Champion Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote is Felis Danica Top cat number 5 among all fertile male all-breed. I am so very proud!
Year 2018 starts off with Top cat competition in my pedigree cat club DARAK; and what a start. Bridau’s cattery has 2 top cats on the list. Best and No 1 of fertile all breed cats in 2017 is Grand International Champion Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote. What an superb & amazing result and what a show year 2017 it has been for Eliotte. So proud of him! Grand International Champion Merlin Burmese did also have an excellent show year 2017. Merlin finished as Top cat No 5 of fertile all breed cats in DARAK. So very humble and proud of my boys.
World Show 2017 was held in Rotterdam in the Netherlands this year. This is the first Wolrd Show for Bridau cattery and Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote participated. The Show was gigantic and so many beautiful cats and all breeds were represented. The competition for my blue burmese was tough and Eliotte got a fine judgement. Eliotte now has the title as Grand International Champion only 15 months old. So proud of him!
Katteklubbens International Cat Show October 2017 was some good shows for Bridau’s burmese boys. International Champion Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote and Grand International Champion Merlin Burmese King were both days both nominated for Best in Show. Furthermore Merlin Burmese King won Best in Varietee Saturday, which I think is very big thing at International Cat Shows. When the Best in Shows was running it was Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote who won Best in Show both days and also beat best opposite sex. At the end Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote was awarded the 4th Best fertile cat at both shows. WOW!
DARAK’s international Cat Show the first weekend of August 2017 was amazing for Bridau’s European Burmese Cats. 3 of my cats participated. We got 4 nominations for Best in Show of 6 possible and won 2 Best in Show of 3 possible. All my nominated cats got judges votes in the Best in Show. IC Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote won Best in Show with all judges votes the first day and GIC Merlin Burmese King won Best in Show the second day. So so so proud!
CH Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote won Best in Show at Katteklubbens International Cat Show in Børkop and was titled Internatioal Champion. GIC Merlin Burmese King was nominated for Best in Show. Very honored and proud!
GIC Merlin Burmese King & CH Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote were prized with Best in Varieté – BIV – and furthermore Eliotte was nominated for Best in Show at JYRAK’s International Cat Show in Herning. So very proud of my boys <3
Bridau’s Copenhagen & Edox Eliotte de Petite Pelote were both titled Champion at a Swedish International Cat Show in June 2017
Bridau’s Burmese cattery has a stud named Merlin Burmese King, and at Racekattens show(May17) in Hvidovre near Copenhagen he was nominated for Best in Show. Also to announce is that Merlin Burmese King is now titled Grand International Champion. Very proud!
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