We rarely have available kittens and maintain a waiting list. We will not breed until there is demand for kittens. Please read the detailed instruction below on how to apply.
Waiting List for 2019/2020
|3||Ashley and Nicole||any|
|12||Diana and Don||boy|
|13||Francis and Isabelle||boy|
|14||Connie J.||2 girls|
Before you apply, please read our conditions. You can find them in the Purchasing Contract. If you agree, you fill in our Application Form. Include as much information about yourself and what you expect from your kitten as possible. It will help us with the selection process when the time comes to choose your kitten. If you would like to purchase a show or breeding quality kitten, indicate it on the application form. Keep in mind that the waiting time might be longer that for a pet kitten.It usually takes around 24 hours to be approved. There may be some follow up questions.
Once your application is approved, a non-refundable deposit of $200 is required to reserve a position on the waiting list. The detailed instruction will follow with the approval email.The deposit is non-refundable. You can transfer it to another litter twice (for example, you are going on extended summer holiday soon and cannot take care of a kitten). However, we will refund the full amount of the deposit if we cannot offer you a kitten within 12 months from the date of the deposit receipt.
Wait list size and waiting time for 2019/2020
As we cannot predict the number of kittens in each litter, we cannot guarantee you will get a kitten from a next litter. Typically, there are 4-5 kittens in a litter. However, some people request a specific gender/color/temperament/etc and may decide to wait for another litter. As mentioned above, some people may decide that the timing is not right and wait for the next litter.
We plan four litters for the 2019/2020 season. The pregnancy lasts 65 days on average and our kittens stay with us until they are at least 12 weeks old.
Selecting your kitten
People choose their kitten based on their position on the wait list. However, we try to match our kittens to the families. For example, a kitten who is outgoing and has high energy is likely to go to a family with kids and/or other animals. On the other hand, a kitten who is gentle and reserved will do better off living with a retired couple or with people who work long hours. We provide people with information about each kittens such as what they like or dislike, their preferences in food, how they behave in different situations, etc. We also posts pictures and videos on our Facebook page