Here is a list of the frequently asked questions about adopting one of our kittens. You will likely find the answer to any question you may have regarding our cattery and your future kitten. If you have any other questions after reviewing this list of FAQ’s, feel free to contact me.

Frequently Asked Questions

Once kittens are available for reservation (at 4 weeks of age),

  1. Complete a kitten adoption application.
  2. Once approved by breeder, select your kitten.
  3. A contract will be sent to you for signature and a deposit of $500 will be required to reserve your kitten. All kittens are available until a contract is signed and deposit is received.
  4. Final payment is due one week before delivery of kitten

If no kittens are available, you may elect to be placed on a waiting list for future litters.

Kittens cost $2,500.00. Cost includes:

  • Beautiful, well-socialized kitten raised in our home with kids and dogs
  • Complete medical records of your kitten, including
  • Three sets of FVRCP vaccines (8 weeks, 11 weeks, 14 weeks)
  • One deworming for intestinal parasites
  • FIV/FELV testing
  • Spaying/neutering
  • Microchipping and registration of your kitten
  • Official health certificate signed by a veterinarian
  • 5-generation pedigree for your kitten
  • Registration papers for both CFA and TICA
  • DNA tests from both parents
  • 30 days free of Trupanion Pet Insurance
  • Bath and nail trimming before they go home
  • Samples of kitten food they are raised on

Parents are DNA tested through Optimal Selection and receive the following routine

  • Annual vaccines and exams
  • OFA hip x-rays
  • Heart echos

Kittens are free of FELV and FIV prior to vaccination. They are free of internal and external parasites and are veterinarian checked for health several times prior to going to new owner. Parents have been DNA tested for genetic defects and kittens are guaranteed to be free of defects affecting health for one year. If kitten becomes ill before 30 days after receipt and your veterinarian tests and it is found that your kitten has a bacterial, fungal or viral infection that was present prior to pick up, breeder will, upon return of ill kitten or with proof of death, replace your kitten with a new kitten of your choice from the next litter.

Kittens are available to go to their new home between 14-16 weeks old.