What cat breeds do you raise and do not raise?
We currently raise British Shorthair and Longhair cats with silver shaded coat and medium size of body. These breeding lines were developed about 35 years ago, and successfully established in many European countries. You can view these cats in our gallery or separately. We do not raise Blue, Lilac, Chocolate, Tabby and other solid colors of British cats as well as bi-colors.
Why should we choose this breed?
You do not have to . There are several other cat breeds around. We chose this specific breed because we think our felines carry beauty and luxury. Personality of british breeds is also unbeatable.
Do you have a waiting list to reserve a kitten?
Please, check our kittens page first. If we do not have any available kittens at this moment, then we are looking forward to a few litters in the near future. Contact us with your request and other questions you may have in mind.
Do our cats cause allergies in humans?
Based on our experience, British Shorthair and Longhair cats produce fewer allergens than other breeds. Although it is not proven by science, but recent studies and statistics tell. No breed is totally non-allergic, however these cats lower the risk of an allergic reaction in humans significantly. It is important to note that only purebred cats are considered to be hypoallergenic. If you are looking to adopt a British Shorthair or Longhair cat to reduce the risk of experiencing an allergic reaction to your cat, it is essential to make sure that the breeder can provide a pedigree that proves its purity. The pedigree is the only reliable evidence of the genealogy of an animal.
What kind of cat litter do you use and what is the difference?
Generally there are four well known types of cat litter : pine shavings, natural clay ( not clumping), clumping litter, and clumping crystals. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages. Robotic/Automatic Self Cleaning Machine is another great option .
Unscented cat litter is greatly accepted by many cats vs scented one.
Are your cats and kittens micro chipped?
Yes. All adults are micro chipped. It is unlikely that our cats will get lost, but things happen. Every vet clinic in our town has our cat information in the database that really helps to get them identified easily. We also microchip all kittens at 12 weeks of age unless told by the customer not to beforehand.
Is there any good reliable way to groom cats at home?
Yes, there is. High quality brushes and combs will do the job. In fact, regular daily brushing helps the skin to renew the cat's fur more quickly and make the coat to feel thick and look shiny.
Is it really hard to take care of the longhair coats?
Majority of British Longhairs cats have semi-long hair, but there are some requirements for the hair maintenance as far as time and frequency to do that. Just remember, no matter how often you brush them (daily or weekly), please, do this regularly to achieve better results to improve hair coat appearance.
Do you offer any adult cats or kittens with breeding rights?
All cats and kittens get sterilized before going to their new home, or we offer a signed spay/neuter agreement.
What are the conditions of sale?
Please, click here to learn more about the terms of the purchase contract.
Do kittens ever get sick?
Kittens have a lower immunity than adult cats due to being a new living organism. Through time and exposure the kitten gains a stronger immunity. In some cases, this immunity is built through viral sickness. This is equivalent to humans as the babies and toddlers are more likely to be susceptible to colds.
Are there any good cat trees around?
There are hundreds and hundreds of cat trees available on the market.
Unless you decide to go with custom made cat trees (much better, but pricey), please, keep in mind several factors when choosing a cat tree at store or on-line retailers: built quality, design, height, room/other existing furniture color match, thickness of sisal rope, and other factors are involved while choosing a cat tree.
Is the contract required to purchase a kitten ?
Signing a purchase agreement is a standard procedure in buying cats. It is a legal document that protects both parties.
How do you feed your kittens and cats?
What type of preventative care of parasites and how often?
Our adult cats get anti-parasitic treatment twice a year, and kittens are de-wormed more often. We administer vet approved non-toxic drugs or other products with less toxicity to take care of internal and external parasites. We want to see our cats and kittens healthy.
Are your kittens litter and scratch post trained?
This is correct. Majority of kittens learn how to do that from their moms while staying with them for the first two months of their life.
How do you prevent fleas and earmites in cats?
External parasites are not common, but constant preventive treatment with wildly available drugs keeps our furry friends free of any unwanted skin guests.
When is the kitten is ready to go to a new home?
Generally, registered kittens are ready for a new home when they reach the age of 12 -13 weeks. However, we can hold kittens a little longer if you or your place is not ready for them. Please, let us know if something is not going as you planned first. For example, February babies may go to a new home as early as May. We spend a whole third month with every kitten, and work with boys and girls individually. Socializing is important. Third month is also very critical as far as observing the kitten’s health to make sure there is nothing that our little babies may be suffering from.
What are the colors of your cats?
The fur in silver shaded cats appears to look white or off-white ending with silver tips of the hair at the end. Golden shaded cats have similar color combination. Our cats have light blue, soft-blue, sky-blue, sapphire-blue, emerald green, golden green, teal, or mint eyes. All of our kittens will have blue or green eyes for the entire life unless specified.
How have you socialized your kittens?
Four weeks after birth each kitten is held, pet, played with and in contact with our family members on a daily basis.
What you can tell about health and mortality for your cats?
British breeds belong to the top of healthiest breeds of cats with minimum health issues and extended longevity ( with proper feeding and care).
Am I considered racist if I prefer a specific color of fur or eye on a cat?
This is a question we receive fairly often. These are cats. Adopting a pet with a specific coloring is just a choice of preference of one color to another and has nothing to do with anything else. We never judge any person for any specific color or markings in cats they like more.
How healthy your adult cats?
For generations our cats have been indoor cats and their immunity is not built to the outside world. Therefore, they do not have the same immunity as an outdoor cat would.
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Are your cats registered?
Our felines are TICA (The International Cat Association) and WCF (World Cat Federation) registered as purebred British Shorthair and British Longhair. All our cats accompanied with registration certificates and pedigrees.
Are your cats tested? Do you test their blood or DNA?
Yes. All of our breeding cats are tested negative for FIV, FeLV, PKD, HCM, and Heartworm, We submit both to the lab: blood and molecular samples.
How much do your kittens cost?
The price itself depends on gender, color, and quality of each individual kitten.
Do you ship kittens within United States?
Absolutely yes. We may arrange a delivery for you if you are unable to pick up your pet from us. Shipping by PetSafe Air Cargo (Delta/ Alaska/ United Airlines) to your nearest major airport within U.S. is available for the rate of $385 which includes an Airline Approved pet carrier with a metal door, all required documentation, soft bedding, water/food tray, and food supply.
Are you offering personal delivery?
We offer personal delivery to your home via car or plane for an additional fee. This is the most suitable way for the kitty since the animal is under our best care during the transport.
Can you ship a kitten to Canada ?
Yes. We do ship kittens to Canada. Some additional docs are mandatory for the kitty to be boarded on the plane and may costs some extra .
Do you ship animals to Europe, South America, or Asia ?
Yes. We do ship overseas as well. Just let us know where the kitten will be going and we will get back to you with a quote.
There are some government requirements and restrictions for imported pets . We will try to provide a reasonable rate for you.
If we reserve a kitten from you, what is the deposit amount and forms of payment?
$500 will hold a little one for you until he or she is ready for your new home. If you do not want to lose an opportunity to get your dream kitten, a reservation deposit can be paid now. In this case, you would have an option for first or second pick of the best baby from the litter (short or longhair, boy or girl, silver or golden, with blue or green eyes, etc.) Basically, the kitten you prefer. We accept Paypal, Credit Card, Venmo, Zelle, Money order, Cashier's check, bank deposit and cash. Kittens are available if no deposit funds are received.
Based on Google research, is this a really true that white cats with blue eyes are likely to be deaf?
False. People who have never had or never dealt with raising cats of these breeds and colors may publish so much untruthful info. It is like fake news in politics . We never had any deaf cat yet and will never offer you a kitten with hearing loss.
Do you show your cats?
Yes. We take our prized cats to cat shows so they can be rated by experienced judges on their quality. We try our best to breed the greatest and healthy cats with their kittens. Its better to know which of our members of the feline family are the best in providing you the best quality kitten with a great lineage.
Is it safe to take a cat to a vet clinic for an exam?
The veterinary clinic is a ground place for hospital acquired illnesses from various microorganism due to visits from all types of pets. We highly recommend you to first check out the clinics based on the cleanliness, sterilization and disinfection habits. It’s crucial to know how their exam tables to examination tools are cleaned. Also, we suggest coming in for the earliest appointment where the cat/kitten is less likely to catch anything even through airborne microorganism. Overnight the offices are cleaned thoroughly. Clinics that are closed on the weekends give time for most airborne organisms to die off within the two-day frame. We highly recommend to bring in your pet on a Monday at the earliest possible appointment after a closed office two-day weekend.