At present there are no Rameses boys living at home, but we do have one Whyoo (neutered) boy, Leo.
After many years of reluctantly having stud boys to help the Tonkinese gene pool I have finally reached a stage where I can retire from keeping a stud, at least for a while!
Rameses Listo (74at) blue tabby second-generation Tonkinese (son of Rameses Starbuck (74a) and Rameses Reckless (74bt)), and his younger brother, also a blue tabby, Rameses Chaos, went to a new home early in 2011. Chaos's page is still here as he is behind my tabby line so it is interesting for people to see him. Both boys sprayed when they lived with me (though only Chaos was a stud boy), which meant I couldn't let them have free run of the house as pets should have. Although they were happy living together in Chaos's run, and having the run of the garden, I felt that this was not a real home environment for them, and I knew that only rehoming would break the habits of spraying so that they could lead a normal life while they are still young.
They are both blissfully happy with their new family, and haven't even considered spraying. Their new mum thinks they are both stunningly beautiful, which suits them down to the ground! I know they will be very happy now, and I've been to see them and seen for myself how settled and spoiled they are.