Breeder of third generation Minuet cats, the pride of cat lovers, and the kings and queens of the cat world.
Last updated: 12/24/2018 12:15:18 AM
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. 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.
Home phone: (719)687-
Cell phone: (305)333-
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. To learn more about our cattery, travel through our web site at your leisure. Read our two blogs, the Kitty Blog and Cats Happen, for more information about owning cats and to enjoy stories about them.
If you would like to see any of the previous kittens from our cats, go to the Lions and Lionesses page and click on their picture. This may help you choose which pairing you would like to watch out for.
Best picture ever!
VIDEO OF OUR LAST FAMILY TRIP
Lady Bing (Bing) and
Clawed Lemieux (Claude)
All our kittens have gone to their home, right in time for Christmas. We hope to breed Ellie and Bing again, but winter is coming and that represses a cat’s heat cycle. Since we live up in the mountains, our winters are especially prominent and we do not tamper with heat cycles by subjecting our cats to lights left on long and excessive warm rooms. We let nature take its course. If either Bing or Ellie become pregnant, we’re let our litter list know and post it here and on our website.
In truth, we can all do with a break. While we love having kittens around, Ellie’s last (first) litter was especially difficult, since her milk ran out after a week and a half, leaving us with the responsibility of nursing her kittens. Tough job but we did it. Now we’re enjoying some vacation time. In the meantime, I’m swamped with putting on a TICA-