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Last updated: 7/13/2020 6:00:51 PM

BROKERS SHOULD NOT INQUIRE ABOUT OUR KITTENS!!!!


Anyone interested in our kittens must fill out a questionnaire that you can download here or speak to us in person, where we will go over all the issues on the questionnaire. (You may call to talk about our kittens.) We insist on knowing where our kittens will end up and approve of their new homes before they leave us. The questionnaire is designed specifically for the prospective pet parent to evaluate their home life before bringing a cat home. You can find the details of getting a kitten from us here.

If you have any questions about our kittens, don’t hesitate to reach us the following ways. If you call and we don’t answer, please leave a short message that you are inquiring about our cats. We will call you back as quickly as we can.

Email: cmrudy337@gmail.com

Home phone: (719)687-4484

Cell phone: (305)333-3186 (call or text)


Check back to see updates on our kittens and upcoming litters. We are especially proud of our cats and love to share pictures and stories about them.

July 13, 2020

Ellie was due July 12, 2020 with her current litter and she was right on time. I stayed with her in the office the night before, on kitten watch, and she woke me up promptly at 6:30 a.m. with a soft meow. When I woke, she turned around and went into the Kitangle (the box we set up in her playpen for delivery). I noticed some blood on her rear end so I knew it was time to get going.  Ellie’s labor for the first kitten was mild–until the baby started coming out ass-end backward. But she was a trooper and she got that kitten out without any injury, a nonstandard chocolate mackerel tabby.  I think it might be a boy. However, it is alarmingly small, only 61 grams.  We have never had a kitten that size survive, but at least he was vocal and active upon arrival.  Fingers crossed that he plays catchup with his weight.

See kittens from previous litters to get an idea of what our current kittens will look like as they mature, in our Kitten Gallery.

It should be said that due to unfortunate encounters with people running a scam for brokers, we will be vetting any prospective pet parents very diligently. If you are interested in getting one of our kittens, be prepared to answer very specific questions to prove that you are not a broker.

WHAT IS A BROKER?

A broker is someone who buys a kitten to resell for profit. They are not willing to give the kitten a loving home themselves, but will often sell to pet stores and people who cannot get a kitten from a reputable breeder for one reason or another.


Ellie’s second kitten came out easier and as it should. This was another nonstandard and I’d say a boy.  But don’t quote me on either. His color is a bit puzzling, but my first instinct is to say lilac and white. I am waiting for DNA back from the dad (Indy) to see if he carries dilute. Ellie does. If Indy does, we have a lilac and white baby. He was a little bigger, 82 grams. I’m a lot more confident in him.

Sydney News

Sydney is impressing more and more on me that she is pregnant. Her due date will be August 19, 2020 if she is.  However, at four weeks, the signs of pregnancy are there and she has not gone into heat. The father of this litter will be Claude (IW BW SGC Clawed Lemeux of Tiny Lions).