All our kittens will have appropriate vaccinations, medical records, and purebred verifications certificates at the time of arrival. Here is a list of what we provide:

  • 2 Passed Health Screenings prior to travel
  • Age-appropriate Vaccines and Deworming
  • Veterinarian Health Certificate
  • Rabies Shot
  • Pet passport
  • Microchip

For kittens purchased with breeding in mind, the following tests are available on request:

  • Calici Virus IgG Antibody Test
  • Herpes Virus IgG Antibody Test
  • Feline Panleukopenia IgG Antibody Test
  • Felv/Fiv Test
  • HCM Heart Scan

Please keep in mind, you will need to vaccinate your pets annually for some diseases going foward.

Certainly, we can assist you in selecting an ideal male or female cat for your cattery.

We are not a facility that produces kittens in large quantities for profit. Instead, we are a worldwide community that has built trustworthy connections with numerous catteries over time. Our breeders can be found in various locations, such as the United States, Canada, Ukraine, Poland, Romania, and other regions. Each of our kittens is raised in a nurturing environment filled with affection and attention.

Please see our return policy page for our full details.

We do on occasion offer a 10% discount, but its also dependant upon the kitten, and the breeder's price. Feel free to contact us for more details!

Our adoption fees are higher, but for good reason. Here's why:

  1. Cheaper options for purchasing a purebred kitten under $800 are often scams. We've heard many sad stories from customers who have been scammed and have lost their money without any chance of getting it back.
  2. An unvetted breeder may offer a real purebred cat for lower prices (between $800-$1500 typically), but you could end up paying much more in the long run, because these breeders cut corners when it comes to health and wellness checks. A sick animal and emergency vet visits can quickly drain your wallet.
  3. Purebred cats can only be bred when you know the origin of the cat (pedigree) for a reason. They are prone to many genetic diseases that can't be cured. HCM is a significant problem, and purebred animals in the middle price range are often not tested for it. Most of the time, their breeders can't even show the pedigree of the kitten's parents. You can forget about HCM altogether.

We genuinely care about our cats and you, which is why our adoption fees are higher.

Tip: If you've been scammed while trying to purchase a kitten, you can help others by reporting the scammer to Google. You can file a report here:

We are not a kitten mill, nor are we a single breeding business. We are a network of reputable breeders, part of a global cat-loving community.

Trust our customers and their reviews first. But more than that, trust our process.

Our hand-picked professional breeders raise our kittens in a comfortable and nurturing in-home family environment. We hold ourselves to exceptionally high standards and have established our protocols and systems to guarantee the health and well-being of our kittens. We take care of all the necessary investigative work so that you don't have to, and you get a cat you'll love for years to come.

Traveling can be challenging not only for humans but also for animals, especially for kittens. Poorly executed travel can have a negative impact on their health. which is why we ensure the well-being of our kittens during travel.

Our kittens are always screened and guaranteed to be in good health and ready for travel. They also never travel alone; we place them with a sibling in one crate. We ensure that they are comfortable - warm during winter, cool during summer, with access to food and water. Travel time is typically around 8 hours, and we work with reputable companies that guarantee the safe transportation of our kittens. In short, we highly prioritize the care and comfort of all our kittens during travel.

Simply put, we want to ensure that all our customers looking for purebred kittens avoid scams, and recieve the kitten of their dreams. We also want to ensure the safe and healthy environment of all our kittens. We simply wouldn't be able to help all our customers without our amazing community.

Care and Maitenince

Yes! All our kittens are litter trained.

We highly recommend pine litter for your kittens, because it is eco-friendly, and best for odor absorption.

The ideal diet for your cat is a raw food diet. We also recommend Acana, Orijen, and Wellness Core as alternative brands well known for their nutrition.

We suggest feeding your kittens a minimum of four times a day until they reach 8 months of age. At that point, you can gradually switch to a twice-daily feeding schedule.

Yes! Cats tend to do better with companions to socialize with and cuddle. We always recommend having 2 pets in the house.

  1. Cat brush or comb: Helps to remove loose hair, tangles, and mats from your cat's coat. Choose a brush or comb that is appropriate for your cat's hair type.
  2. Cat shampoo: Use an unscented cat-specific shampoo OR a gentle baby shampoo to clean your cat's coat. Avoid using other shampoo types, as they could be too harsh or irritating for your pet
  3. Cat nail clippers: Keep your cat's claws trimmed to prevent them from becoming too long and causing discomfort or damage.
  4. Cat toothbrush and toothpaste: Regular brushing of your cat's teeth can help prevent dental issues.

It's important to note that every cat is different, and what works for one may not work for another. Consult with your veterinarian or a professional groomer for personalized recommendations based on your cat's individual needs.

First Vet Visit

Ensuring the kitten's health is your responsibility after delivery. We recommend scheduling a physical exam in advance to verify the kitten's condition. Please note that you have 72 hours to check the kitten for any health issues. If a vital issue is discovered during the examination, returns or exchanges are accepted.

We suggest arranging a routine physical examination and a fecal test for your kitten. Although the kitten is dewormed at the time of purchase, there is still a slight chance that it may have parasites. Please note that as the kitten's owner, it is your responsibility to ensure regular vet checkups and deworming moving forward.

Several reasons may cause your kitten to experience diarrhea, such as a sudden change in its food, stress, or the presence of parasites. If your kitten is experiencing diarrhea, you should revert to its previous food and create a comfortable home environment. If the diarrhea persists for more than a few days, we recommend scheduling a vet appointment and conducting a parasite check on your kitten's stool.

In case your kitten experiences lethargy, vomiting, or diarrhea, please contact us right away for advice. However, please note that any decision to take your kitten to the emergency room for testing will be your responsibility, and we cannot be held responsible for any resulting medical bills. We kindly request that you contact us first and provide a brief description of your kitten's symptoms before considering the emergency room as a last resort.