• How we place our kittens?
• How to get on our waiting list?
Then read our Pet Buyer
To inquire about
future kittens, email us at email@example.com
is a pet quality cat?
Pet cats are not "inferior" cats but simply cats that do not either
meet their breed's standard or that a breeder cannot use in their breeding
And these faults
are often so small that only a trained eye would detect them. For Russian
Blues, it may be ears that are too high, a profile that isn't straight, coat
color that is too dark, or a body that's not quite right. It does not mean
that they are sickly or cats that are "cast off" cats.
A pet is a cat
that carries traits that you don't want reproduced in a breeding program,
but as a non-reproducing pet (for all pets are neuters or spays) will offer
lots of love and warmth to its new owner.
Pets are often
cats that have spent a couple of years in a breeding program, produced kittens
to carry on their traits, and are now being retired to be able to spend the
rest of their life as the center of someone else's life. Never think that
an older cat will not "bond" with you - a Russian Blue truly wants
nothing more than someone to love.
We sell pet quality
kittens at the age of 4 months, when they have had all of their shots and
been completely socialized. All pet kittens are sold with a neuter/spay agreement
and males are often neutered before they leave the cattery.
list" consists of people whom we have talked with extensively and are
comfortable placing a cat with, as well as their being comfortable with buying
a cat from us. Simply saying "please put me on your waiting list"
does not put a person on the list.
Please understand that as we are often months between litters, it is difficult
for us to notify everyone who asks to be notified when kittens are available.
The only persons assured of being notified are those who are on our list.
a kitten (or cat) and not quite sure how to go about it? Our recommendations
what breed best suits your personality and lifestyle
LOTS of research on that breed
a breeder, or breeders - check Internet listings, but don't forget that
most Registries (such as CFA) also have breeder listing. Or attend a cat
show in your area - it's a great place to not only meet breeders, but learn
about the cats as well.
a breeder whom you are comfortable with (and who is comfortable with you).
Inquire if they have a "waiting list" and see if you can get on
it. That way, if a kitten or cat becomes available before either of you
anticipate, you're readily available.
prepared to wait. Russian Blues are not that common, and most breeders have
more potential buyers than kittens available.
to check in with your breeder - this lets them know that you are still interested
and you won't be forgotten.
have no kittens available.
We will not have kittens available until late 2016 at the earliest
updated June 14, 2016