We have been breeding and showing the elegant
Persians and Himalayans since 1997. The children have grown and
so this is our second 'furry' family.
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Since I lost my beloved Ray to cancer, I have
decided to stop breeding.
We have a friend in Canada that we help out by advertising her himalayans.
She doesn't have a website and we wouldn't do this if her cats had
any type of fungus or parasite problems. They may not be show kittens,
but they ARE adorable and healthy...and this is what really matters.
We always have cozy kitties on the bed at night.
Our cats are not caged. The cattery is the house,
not some separate building or remote area. We do NOT shave
down our cats. It means they are used to bathing and combing. If
you are not up to keeping up the coat, we suggest you look for an
exotic (short-haired 'persian') - same look, short coat. We have
a couple people we could recommend.
From the time our kittens arrive until they day
they leave, they are picked up and cuddled. They are part of our
family. By doing this, the kittens are socialized and friendly.
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Newborns are kept in a separate room for the
first 7 to 8 wks where they have access to their own litter (Yesterdays
News brand) and water and kitten food (Royal Canin Baby Cat).
Once they receive their first shots and are mature
enough to be able to jump up over the baby gate, they are let into
the rest of the house, one room at a time.
Then, they graduate to TIDY CAT scoopable and
IAMS Kitten. We also feed raw hamburg as a treat. We buy a family
pack, roll it into golfball sized balls, freeze. Thaw one out each
morning. Cheaper and healthier and more natural than canned...less
By the time they leave, they will have had at
least five experiences with bathing and blow drying as well as with
face washing, nail clipping and grooming. They will also have been
introduced to normal noises such as TV, music and the vacuum cleaner!
All kittens and/or cats are CFA
registered when sold and have a health guarantee. Persian and Himalayan
kittens and/or cats will be current on inoculations.
We send our Persian and Himalayan babies home
with an "instruction manual" and all medical records and
the CFA registration papers as well as other interesting documents.