FINALLY, KITTENS ARE HERE!!

I HAVE 2 NEW LITTERS

5 KITTENS BORN JULY 22, READY TO GO HOME EARLY NOVEMBER

5 KITTENS BORN AUGUST 30, READY TO GO HOME END OF NOVEMBER

LOTS OF COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM

CONTACT ME FOR PICTURES

The above kittens were born July 22, 2016

 

 References Available, Visitors Welcome.

Updated 10/02/16

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KITNKRAZY KITTENS ARE SUPER SPECIAL AND DIFFERENT THAN MOST THE REST!!!   WE PRIDE OURSELVES IN GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND FOR OUR CATS AND FUTURE PET ADOPTERS! ALL KITTENS ARE RAISED IN AN EXTREMELY SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT - USUALLY IN MY BEDROOM. THEY ARE  VACCINATED, MICROCHIPPED, COME WITH WRITTEN CONTRACT, SPAYED/NEUTERED PRIOR TO PLACEMENT AND COME FROM NATIONAL WINNING, REGIONAL WINNING, GRAND CHAMPION LINES.
 
ADOPTION PROCESS: All kittens are carefully placed into loving, responsible homes. If you are interested in adopting a kitten or cat, please email me and then I will set up a time to have a phone conversation with you. I feel it is best that we get to know each other before I place a cat/kitten in a home.  We prefer to place locally, but we will consider great homes further away.  We do encourage you to be on our waiting list as we have few litters a year. If there is a serious interest or a deposit is accepted, then we can arrange for a home visit.
 
PRICE: KitnKrazy Sphynx kittens are $1300.00 - $1500.00. (The kitten will be vaccinated, microchipped and spayed/neutered) We do not charge according to color or eye color.  We do not offer discounts or bargains unless we have a special needs cat or a retired breeder.  We also do not barter for goods or services (i.e.. website design, etc)
 
DEPOSIT INFO: A non-refundable deposit of $500.00 is required to hold the cat. Deposits must be received within 5 business days after decision. This deposit shows a serious interest in the kitten and I am also then required not to place the cat with anyone else and I send potential pet buyers elsewhere for their kittens. 
 
BUT THERE ARE OTHER PLACES THAT OFFER KITTENS FOR LESS! WHY THE PRICE?  KitnKrazy is different than most! While this may seem like a lot of money... it is worth it.  And usually, you get what you pay for.
 
I DO NOT SHIP - If you cannot come to get your kitten, for the price of a plane ticket or reasonable payment for gas and time,  I will deliver your baby to you. Sphynx are just too fragile to be in a cargo hold for hours. Acclimatized cargo holds lose the acclimatization the moment the plane shuts off the engine. The kitten could still be on the plane for a dangerous amount of time. Many have died during this time and I will not allow mine to be in cargo. If you pick it up or I deliver, it will fly in cabin with you. I would also meet you at an airport if that works better.
 

You cannot assume you will get this somewhere else. Some catteries have every color, lots of litters and cheap kittens. I have heard of breeders with over 30 to 50 cats. Some of them are smart and just have 4-5 cats on their website and really have a lot more. Check out any breeder well! Go to their house and see.  I have no idea how those cats can possibly be socialized and loved! If you purchasing from them,  it is helping keep a kitten mill sustained. Plus, it is not likely your kitten will have been socialized properly and may not be healthy. If I am not local enough for you, or you cannot wait to get a kitten, or I do not have kittens available - I will gladly refer you to someone reputable who you will get a fantastic kitten from. You WILL BE GLAD YOU DID!  

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The kittens are raised with us in our bedroom - they are well socialized and trained to be great pets. My grandkids and friends come over once a week to see them so they get used to strangers. They live with three dogs so they are used to them as well. I vacuum once a day so they get used to loud noises. The kittens have tons of human contact and I usually only raise 1-2 litter at a time so they get all the attention they need and deserve.  These babies will be the new loves of your life! My kittens are super affectionate, will want to be around you all the time and most will be at the door greeting strangers.

 
* As all kittens should be, they are microchipped, spayed/neutered, and vaccinated and vet checked
* We are tested FIV and Feline Leukemia free, our adults are periodically  tested
* Written Contract - 2 year genetic guarantee, seen by the vet several times before you adopt your selected kitten.  We will replace your kitten if FIP, many breeders do not. Ask before you purchase your kitten.  
* Show cats-The parents of your kitten are from National Winning and Grand Champion, Regional Winning lines. Even though your kitten was not selected to be in a show/breeding program, our kittens are still beautiful and even most the ones that go as pets could be shown. I show because we care a great deal about ensuring our cats are the best in every aspect.  
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I am the Sphynx Breed Secretary of CCA and a past Canadian Cat Association Board Member and a voting breed member of CCA (Canadian Cat Association) I've been showing/breeding Sphynx for over 10 years (since 2003).

 
* All breeders used here have their hearts scanned by a board certified cardiologist regularly. 
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I keep less than 6 adult cats in my program at any given time so they get the love and attention they deserve.  My males are usually altered by the time they are 3 or 4  so they get to live the life of a loved pet and while here, they run around each evening supervised.

 
* When I place my kittens, I want to hear about them as often as you like to tell me. I always want contact and I am willing to offer any assistance with anything you may need with your cat. So, you have my support always!     
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I try to lead by example. I only work with other breeders who have similar ethics and guidelines to mine. This means I will not purchase a cat from a cattery that has poor conditions or breeding practices. I do not want to support or contribute to any inhumane treatment of animals. I hope you chose to do the same!    I also do not support any exploitation where Sphynx are illegally outcrosses to other breeds to create new breeds. Neither CCA, CFA or TICA support them and neither do I. The Elves, Dwelves and Bambinos are not recognized by any association, so any claims that they are - they are false. Some have gone as far as to make up their own association to register designer breeds. ****THEY ARE NOT RECOGNIZED BY ANY OF THE REPUTABLE ASSOCIATIONS****   I have little tolerance for people who make designer breeds, they are not needed, recognized and bred for nothing more than money.

 
 
WHEN:  Pet kittens are placed in their new homes at 14-16 weeks. A lot of people know that puppies can be placed ethically at 8 weeks. This is not true of cats. Cats should not be placed until they are at least 12 weeks old as they are not developed enough and need to be with their mom and littermates to learn socialization and become the best pets. Placement varies depending on development which varies by litter and even by individual kittens in the litter.
 
     
     

**Parents, if possible, are blood-typed & heart scanned prior to breeding.  Ask about a discount if you take home a second kitten.

We would prefer whenever possible that kittens are picked up here at their home to reduce stress.

***All our kittens are altered before placement...No Exceptions.***

           

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN KITTENS, PLEASE CHECK OUT THESE LINKS FOR INFORMATION ON ADOPTING.

ADOPTION PROCEDURE

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS,

MY PERSONAL ETHICS

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**SPECIAL NEEDS**

No special needs at this time

 

 

A couple of good articles for you to check if you are interested in adopting a new kitten/cat is listed below.

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newcat.html

Have you recently lost a pet? Here is a very uplifting poem that I hope will ease your pain.

The Rainbow Bridge

We are firm advocates on an early spay and neuter program. A couple of good articles are listed below.

EARLY SPAY AND NEUTER INFO 

http://www.breedlist.com/faq/young.ht

sarniahumanesociety.com/spayprogram.php

Check out  interesting cat articles at Pet Professor

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