WE FINALLY HAVE KITTENS AGAIN, AND MORE ON THE WAY.
Before picking out your kitten, please read the purchasing details page for info on bringing home your new baby.
The best way to reach me is by telephone. Call 937-372-9233 (this is a land line) to reserve a kitten or schedule a visit. My email doesn’t always come through. Due to social distancing, you would need to visit the kittens outside until I have had my 2nd COVID vaccine on March 12.
These pictures were taken on Feb. 28, 2021. Scroll all the way down to see upcoming litters.
Lia and Mozart had babies on January 16, 2021. They are pictured below on Feb. 28.
Lia’s Lt. blue collar male. – Pet price is $950.00.
Tanjette and Mozart had babies on Feb. 3, 2021. They are pictured below on Feb. 28.
Tanjette’s brown male with a yellow collar. – Pet price is $950.00
Electra and Mozart had babies on Feb. 4, 2021. They are pictured below on Feb. 20.
First is Electra’s snow male. – Pet price is $1000.00
Below is Electra’s brown male. – Pet price is $850.00.
Regional Winner, Quadruple Grand Champion Haedi and Mozart had babies on Feb. 16, 2021. They are pictured below on Feb. 28. They each have one eye open.
First is Haedi’s snow male. – Pet price is $1000.00.
Next is Haedi’s silver male. – Pet price is $950.00.
Snowee and Mozart had babies on Feb. 17, 2021. They are pictured below on Feb. 28.
First is Snowee’s silver female with a purple collar. Pet price is $900.00.
Below is Snowee’s silver female with a pink collar. Pet price is $900.00.
We have many upcoming litters. Saturn is expecting babies with Delphee around March 20 and Nectarine around March 27. He has also been bred to Maia, but it is too early to confirm pregnancy. Mozart is expecting babies with Dolce around March 20, Shaula around March 22, and Gemma around March 26. Bernee has discovered girls this week, and has bred Gliese.
Retired Adults –
Retired adults ages 5 and under are $300.00. Ages 6 and over are $200.00.
All retired adults will be taken on a one month trial basis. During that month, if the new owner is not happy with the cat or the cat does not seem happy, he or she can be returned for another available adult or a credit towards a kitten. After the one month, the cat can be returned, but no exchange will be given.
Some of these cats need to be an only cat (it says in their description), but I wouldn’t want any retired breeder to go to a home with more than 3 other cats. They deserve to be the center of attention and love.
Retired adults will be neutered or spayed, 4 paw de-clawed, and up to date on rabies, feline leukemia, and FVRC-P vaccines. They will go home with their vet. records, a food sample, and any show ribbons or title certificates that they have earned. TICA registration paper will be signed over to the new owner once you are sure that you are going to keep the cat.
Purchasing Details for a retired adult – You will want to start them in one room where they can get used to the sounds and smells of your house. If you are wanting them to sleep with you (they slept with me), start them in your bedroom. Please get a feliway difuser plug in to have in that room when they first arrive to ease the stress of going to a new home. This will help prevent stress or territorial marking.
They are eating A Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain (it is in a mint green bag) dry cat food. Please leave this out all the time for them in a bowl. Once or twice a day, give them canned food (I do twice a day) on a small plate. They are eating 4 Health Grain Free Chicken dinner with gravy. This is Tractor Supply Company’s brand. I have found that they get diarrhea from many other brands and flavors.
For kitty litter, put what brand you want to use in the bottom of the box. Have a layer of at least 1″ of World’s best cat litter -the red and black or green and black bag) on top. This is what they have been using and are used to. As they dig, the new litter will mix in, so they gradually get used to the new litter. It is smart to put 2 litter boxes side by side – 1 covered and one uncovered. This way you can see which they prefer. I have both at my house. Some cats like to pee in one box and poop in the other, so having 2 boxes will allow them to do what they are used to.
Eebee – Eebee is a sweet, lovable cat who loves every human he meets. He got beat up by one of my retired males once, and now he is terrified of other cats. He needs to find a home soon where he is the only cat. He spends his days in the top of a cat tree or hiding under my dresser. Eebee’s adoption fee is $50.00. He is neutered and all 4 paw de-clawed. He has been shown as a household pet, and will come with his show ribbons and regional win awards. He was born around April 1, 2017 (We gave him an April fools birthday).
Taree – Taree likes to come to her person for attention when she wants it. She will be 8 years old on Jan. 16, 2021. She is scared of people until she gets to know them. Her favorite thing to do is play with toys on a stick. She likes to stand on the bathroom counter and get petted while I am brushing my teeth.
Taree pretty much stays to herself, but would probably be fine with other cats it she had a place to call her own space that she could go. She would need calm children.
Pringle – Pringle will be 8 on April 10. 2021. She loves to sleep under the covers with me and be pet. The rest of the time, she does her own thing. She will come to you when she wants to be pet. Pringle would do best in a home with no other cats, where she can have all the attention.
Delphee – Delphee is 3 years old, and will be 4 in May. She likes to talk a lot, and want you to pet her all the time. She loves being pet, but does not like to be picked up. She will be available once her babies are weaned. She is free if you buy one of her kittens.
To come see kittens or meet the retired breeders, call 937-372-9233. Leave a message if I am not home and I will call you back.