Tanya, there are a couple of questions I feel compelled to ask you if you don't mind ...
Do you have registration papers for both of your cats? What registry holds them? When you purchased your cats, did you purchase them as pets or as breeders? Does the person you bought them from know you are trying to breed them and do you have their permission to do so?
If you do not have their registration papers and you purchased them as pets, then it would be legally, morally and ethically wrong for you to breed them.
If you ~do~ have their documents and you did purchase them with breeding rights, then have you done the necessary genetic research to ensure these two cats will produce healthy kittens?
My guess is that you haven't the legal right, the proper documentation or the breed-specific genetic knowledge to go forward with your plan to breed these cats. Going forward would place you in the category of a "backyard breeder" and the vast majority of reputable breeders and pet owners alike strongly discourage backyard breeding. Please carefully read the information contained within the following link and make an honest assessment as to which category describes you best. Hopefully this will provide some insight.http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=52744
If you can honestly tell me that you have all you need to breed your cats, including the breed-specific research and facts, then I (as well as the others here) are happy to assist you. Otherwise, I cannot and willnot knowingly assist someone who is actively engaged in the opprobrious practice of backyard breeding.