Finding a Reputable Breeder
When considering to bring a new Persian kitten into your family, a few thoughts come to mind such as: "How do I select a reputable Persian breeder?" What separates a reputable or responsible breeder from a backyard breeder?
Doll faced versus Extreme Faced Persians and Exotic Shorthair
Have you often wondered what it meant when they said "Dollfaced," "Baby doll faced," "traditional doll faced" or "extreme faced?" What these terms are describing is the facial structure of the Persian cat or kitten.
Preparing to bring your new kitten home - Kitten Proofing
Preparing to bring your new kitten home is somewhat like "child proofing" your home. Imagine yourself as a kitten, what would you play with first? A few things come to mind: the string on the mini-blinds, an electrical cord, the large poisonous plant sitting in the corner, potpourri, or even worse, the banister railing of the second floor.
New Kitten supply list
What supplies will I need for my new kitten? Basic items such a litter boxes, food and water dishes, combs, brushes. How about toys, what are safe for my new kitten?
New Kitten Acclimation - Introduction
Bringing home your new kitten once you have selected the "perfect kitten." When you chose a second cat, it is very important to match personality and lifestyle to the first cat.
Stages of Persian kitten development
Every kitten is born wet and helpless resembling anything but a cat. Newborn kittens are generally less than 5 inches long and weighing only a few ounces at birth.
Persian kitten sales contract
Please read our kitten contract. Our contract spells out what is covered with regards to our written health guarantee. Please read our contract and ask any questions you may have, you will be required to sign and agree to the terms contained within the agreement.
When we have kittens available, please inquire for complete details on how to adopt a Persian cat or kitten. All of our kittens are CFA (Cat Fanciers Association) registered and have age appropriate vaccinations prior to leaving our home. Our kittens are not exposed to any other cats prior to being vaccinated. All of our pets are sold with a spay/neuter contract, therefore cannot be used for breeding purposes. The rights to breed are not sold with the kitten. When you purchase a pet from us, you will be required to spay or neuter that kitten. Once proof of spa or neuter is provided by a licensed veterinarian, we will release the CFA registration paperwork. Registration paperwork is not released until proof of alter is provided. If you are interested in breeding or purchasing breeders rights, please contact me for complete details.
Our cats are our "children." If you are interested in adopting/purchasing one of our "children," we will ask you to provide personal and veterinary references. We reserve the right to refuse the adoption/sale of any of our "children" to anyone, at any time, for any or no reason. If you choose to adopt/purchase one of our "children," you will need to place a 50% deposit. This deposit is your commitment to that animal, and your agreement to these terms. Should you decide for any reason to not take that kitten from our home, youmay use that deposit towards another kitten, but your deposit is non refundable. If these terms are not acceptable to you, please adopt elsewhere. We do not offer cash refunds at anytime for any reason. We do not accept checks from anyone for any reason so please do not anticipate the acceptance of a personal check. We do NOT accept payments via Paypal nor do we accept credit cards.
We ship kittens within the continental United States. We take special care to transport our kitties via the airlines. We have several well qualified pet couriers that we work with to get your kitty safely delivered to you. The cost depends on where we are shipping to of course, but this method is so much easier on the animal that air cargo, and it is about the same price. If a carrier, health certificate or other documentation is required to get a cat to you, you will be responsible for those fees and costs. The purchaser is solely responsible for the cost of shipping, the kennel and health/flight acclimation certificates. We will make travel arrangements once payment in full has been made. We will not make travel arrangements until a flight until payment has been received.
We discourage the inhumane procedure of de-clawing. As one of the uninformed, we feel that people are not given enough information about the very violent procedure of de-clawing. We recommend that you exhaust every available option, such as trimming their claws with a pet nail trimmer, placing scratching posts where the cats scratch or the use of Soft-Claws, which cover the claws lasting four to six weeks and come in stylish colors. For more information on the inhumane de-clawing procedure, please visit the Declawing Information website or our Declawing Information page.
If you choose to inquire about a kitten you may contact us via telephone or email through our contact page. Please leave information as to how we may contact you and if you are inquiring about a specific kitten.