The Chateau – Cat Girl Manor
TheChateau.org is the first ever online magazine dedicated to catgirls and the kittenplay lifestyle. It was founded by our Chateau Madam Isibella Karnstein and Daniel du Kinque in 2015. The Chateau – Cat Girl Manor is a private residence located in Colorado, USA where private and occasionally public gatherings for kittens, Gents, and even vampurrs are held regularly.
Each month we bring you the crème de la crème of kitten girls with photosets, reviews and lifestyle articles. Each of our gorgeous models has their own unique profile and photosets, and is ranked by gems that are proudly displayed on their profiles. Models can obtain gems after completing photoshoots or writing articles. The higher the gem, the more precious the model becomes. All models above Amethyst are exclusive to The Chateau, the “Precious level kittens” represent the face of our brand both online and at public events and we are very proud of them.
The vision of The Chateau is to be a safe playground where women would be able to feel empowered, confidently express their kitten selves and lifestyles, and to be the top representation of kitten models around the world.
Through the years, The Chateau has produced several events like Purrlesque, a burlesque-inspired show that has been running since 2016 that features dance and aerial talents of the Chateau kittens, as well as multiple shows and parties in Las Vegas, and sister events such as Brûlée camp in Burning Man festival, and vampire balls in New Orleans and Denver by Isibella’s Parlour.
Recently, The Chateau has been featured on VICE documentaries which currently have almost 12 million views on Facebook, and episodes aired on ASY TV showing the lifestyles of the Chateau girls. On our 5th year this 2020, The Chateau has amassed thousands of social media followers all around the globe and the family continues to grow!
Inside the BDSM Chateau for Kitten Play Enthusiasts
Welcome to the fabulous Cat Girl Manor, a BDSM kitten paradise.Posted by VICE on Monday, September 16, 2019
Must see! Click here to watch the full 12-minute VICE documentary