We are going to have kittens in March.
Reservation is open
As a responsible Animal Breeder, we carefully screen potential owners to make sure they understand exactly what is required when it comes to taking care of our kittens.
To reserve a kitten, please:
- Fill out a questionnaire. We will contact you shortly.
- To place you in queue a $300 deposit is required to secure a spot. The remain balance needs to be payed at the time you pick up the kitten. If we are not able to provide you the kitten ( not having enough in the litter) we can refund it or transfer the deposit to the next up coming litter. Otherwise deposit is nonrefundable. The kitten-deposit-claims are governed under the “first come first serve” rule, which means by order of deposits received.
After you’re placed in queue, we will do the honor of keeping you up-to-date on the kitten you reserved. Pictures, videos and written updates on their health, enthusiasm and early stages of life will be provided on our Facebook page.
Kittens that we raised have been used for companions and great family pets!
We are selling kittens under limited registration, only. A limited registration voids breeding rights.
Kittens will be available for pickup at 10 weeks of age , this is a typical time of age when kittens are socializing and going to their new homes. They are going to have a first round of shot , dewormed and a vet check.
This is followed by hand-picking a non-claimed kitten that will, in turn, be yours from then on.
With PayPal you can click to make a deposit.
We accept cash, Venmo, Cash up, Zelle and PayPal.
Before you bring your kitten home :
Organizing their first kitten vaccinations.
Providing lots of space for your kitten to play, as well as resting and hiding places.
Buying cat essentials such as toys, a scratching post, litter tray and things to climb.
Placing the litter tray somewhere quiet and accessible.
Taking a blanket from the kitten's first home to give them something familiar and comfortable to snuggle in.
Cat-proofing your home to ensure there are no hazards.
Finding a vet - use our search to find your local vet.
Taking out pet insurance.