Below you will find answers to frequently asked questions.  If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out to us via Facebook or email!  


Q-What food do you supply for your cats/kittens? 

A-Our adult cats have constant access to Life's Abundance All Stage Cat food.  I have found this particular brand to be very nutritional, and upon starting to use it, saw a significant difference in the health of my cats coats.  Our kittens are introduced to Science Diet and Blue Wilderness canned cat food when they are ready to start eating on their own, and once they are mature enough, are also supplemented with Life's Abundance.  The kittens do remain to have access to canned food so that they gain extra protein and other nutrients while they are in the early stages of growing.  

Q-What litter do you use?

A-We use Arm and Hammer Litter-we have found it to be one of the best for odor control, and clumping, while maintaining low dust amount

Q-Are your kittens registered?

A-Yes, our kittens will come with their NAPR registration form.

Q-Are the kittens litter trained before leaving for their new homes?  

A-Yes; they are introduced to the litter box, and usually have a great foundation in their routines for potty breaks.  Whenever a kitten is moved to a new home, I do always recommend keeping the kitten confined to the area (for at least 5-7 days) in which the litter box is when you are not there to supervise it.  This helps your kitten understand where the appropriate bathroom area is, and will help him/her get acquainted with their new surroundings.  

Q-This will be the only cat in the household...would you recommend getting a companion for him/her or will he/she be find on their own? 

A-This is a question that only you can answer.  I do not recommend getting a second kitten if you have any doubts of your ability to care for an additional kitten/cat.  

Q-I already have a cat, but want another one...what gender should I get?  

A-Generally speaking, if you have a neutered male cat, I would recommend first another male, or secondly a female.  If you have a female, I highly recommend getting a male to pair with her.  Although 2 females can co-exist in the same household, you have a much better shot at integrating a male/male, or male/female relationship than 2 females.  

Q-Will the kittens receive any vet care prior to leaving? 

A-Yes, all kittens acquire their first vet visit, shots and wormer prior to leaving for their new homes.  No kittens are allowed to leave until the vet gives them the "all clear".  Each new family is furnished with a record of the care given by the vet. 

Q-Are the kittens Spayed/Neutered prior to leaving?  

A-The spaying and neutering of your kitten is your responsibility.  I recognize that many pet owners/lovers have a preferred vet office/doctor, so you are able to choose your own vet to have this procedure done.  

Q-How much are your kittens?  

A-Our prices are the following:

Seal Point-$500

Tortie/Choc/Flame/Blue Point-$600

All prices include a $100 non-refundable deposit to hold your spot on the waitlist

Q-Let's say we place a deposit, have a spot on the waitlist, but the kittens that are available for us to pick from don't match our criteria...what then?  Do we get a refund?

A-Should the available kittens from a litter not match your criteria (i.e. only females left, and you wanted a male), you will have the option to roll your deposit to the next litter.  

Q-How are positions on the waitlist determined?  

A-The order of families on the waitlist is determined by the order in which the deposits are received.  First deposit received gets first pick of the litter, and so on.  

Q-Do you have a contract?

A-Yes, families are asked to sign a simple contract at time of kitten pickup; this contract outlines the basic terms of care that is expected of taking care of a kitten/cat, as well as our health guarantees and such.  If you would like to review the contract prior to placing a deposit, simply email us and we will be happy to send you a copy to review!