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UPDATED:  December 2 2023




We have a few babies to offer to homes

scroll down for photos

Once kittens become available -

If you’d like to reserve a kitten that is not old enough for weaning,

a deposit is needed (and will be applied toward the cost) .

Deposits are not refundable simply because you change your mind.

That is the reason for getting a deposit – so that you

are certain which kitten you want before I remove him/her

from this website and nobody else can reserve him/her.

Also please note that most kittens are ready to go home

at approximately 10 weeks, but each kitten is an

individual and I will let you know when I feel yours is ready.

Thank you!

check out my YouTube channel

for videos of all the kittens!

(1) My kittens – YouTube

prices are subject to change as kittens get older


solid white male



just waiting on deposit

He will have a blue and a gold eye like the mother.

(she is Turkish Angora/Persian)


He will be ready to go around mid December

can hold until Christmas

$1500 with neuter agreement

* * * * * *

His father is a long haired Munchkin.

a kitten from their last litter, below

(sold but just showing how she turned out)


“Non-standard” Munchkins – below

(these kittens did not inherit the gene for short legs,

even though they have a short parent)

Kitten A

black and white spotted male

(his father is a Munchkin, but he is not)

beautiful markings

medium length fur

He is precious!  Very loving!


Kitten B

adorable tuxedo male

he does not have short Munchkin legs

(he is considered a “non-standard” Munchkin)

although in some of the photos he is crouched

and that makes him look short

as you can see, he is pure adorable


this is his father, below

(he IS a Munchkin)

Due to past experiences, I do prefer homes in which all children are at least the age of 5.

Your children might be very sweet, but there is no way for me to know!

And I’ve discovered that some parents do not closely supervise their children -

and let their babies/children carry them upside down, or lean/lay on them with

all their body weight.

Last year a customer told me her daughter was being too rough

with the cat, so she wanted to get rid of him (the cat).

As a result the poor cats become defensive or reclusive.

Also, stress can cause cats to develop urinary issues.


Please no declawing, and must be indoor only!


Please bring a safe cat carrier for transport.

It is dangerous to have your cat loose in the vehicle.

If someone was to hit you, your poor cat would be

propelled across the vehicle and severely injured (or worse).

If you have questions, please email me.

I will be happy to send you an Adoption Application.

Thank you!

[email protected]

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