Hey fellow breeders! I'd like to have your opinions on one matter. I have my eye on a female kitten I'd like to purchase for my cattery. The issue is that she has several ancestors common with my male, making the inbreeding coefficient of their potential kittens 15,7%. I know these ancestors in question, the offsprings they have produced, all healthy and of good quality. In my understanding inbreeding enhances all the positives and also the negatives, but I have not seen any negatives to write home about in these lines over multiple years. I have asked around for opinions on the matter and have got conflicting ones - one breeder saying that she would never work with anything over 0%, the other saying that if I am confident about the health of those lines then she wouldn't see any issue whatsoever. Needless to say, I really like that female, huge potential, good pedigree and the offspring in combination with my male could be amazing. I have a possibility to use an outside stud with her but I would probably not buy her if I wouldn't be able to use her with my male. So please give me your opinions and help me reach to the decision. Have you worked with the lines so close together? Would you do it considering the above?