|Posted by s p on December 17, 2012 at 11:50 PM|
Our Christmas litter have all been picked up (one week ago). We have no kittens ready to go at this time. Our current kittens are also reserved so we do not have any available at this time.
Please note, I will not be available to reply to email enquiries until after the holidays.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from our family to yours.
|Posted by s p on November 15, 2012 at 4:25 PM|
We are expecting a litter any day with Daisy. It appears this litter is now reserved by people on our deposit list. The next litter is expecting January 1st with Silver. Belle will have a litter in February. We are still accepting deposits for Silver and Belle's upcoming litters expected to be ready to go by early March. For more information, please contact us with your questionnaire.
|Posted by s p on October 2, 2012 at 7:30 PM|
We would like to announce the arrival of Rubie's kittens. They were born early yesterday morning. She had 5 beautiful babies. At this time it appears there is 1 girl and 4 boys. Colours are light brown/grey tabbies some with gold and some w/white. Momma and babies are all doing well! It appears these kittens are all reserved but should one become available I will post it on my website under 'kittens'. Next breeding plans are for Silver and Belle in the winter. Daisy is pregnant and her litter will be announced soon. Photos of Rubie's 1 day olds can be seen here: http://www.picturetrail.com/sfx/album/slideshow/24077921 .
|Posted by s p on September 8, 2012 at 10:55 AM|
We're had some questions recently pertaining to the appropriate age a kitten can be released for adoption. Please note that a kitten should not be allowed to leave it's mother and littermates until they are at least 10 weeks. Kittens learn valuable lessons through interactions with their mother and siblings at this age. They basically learn 'how to be a cat'! They become secure, confident, well-socialized kitties. A kitten also obtains precious antibodies through mother's milk which will carry them through and enhance their long-term health and well-being enabling them to have stronger immunity to sickness or disease. When a breeder chooses to let a kitten go early, they are taking a chance with it's health and infact hurting that kitten in order to put profit first. As a buyer I urge you to be careful when proceeding to adopt that you allow your kitten the time it requires and only support responsible breeders who act in the best interest of the breed.
|Posted by s p on August 13, 2012 at 11:10 PM|
Please see kittens link for utube video address of this amazing grey mactabby male. He is the largest of his litter and going to be a stunning cat. His personality is amazing and he would do well in any home environment (kids, pets, dogs etc.). If interested contact me with questionnaire and let me know about yourself. This kitten will not last he is a one of a kind.
|Posted by s p on June 24, 2012 at 12:35 AM|
Royal Canine is sponsoring a worldwide cat show online:
I thought some of our previous buyers might be interested in entering this great contest. Should your kitten photo win something we will definetely feature your photo on our website for everyone to see! We thought this contest looked like great fun and a great way to show off your beautiful cat or kitten.
Good luck to anyone who decides to enter and keep us posted!
|Posted by s p on June 10, 2012 at 11:15 PM|
If you are interested in a grey or colourpoint male please email me with your questionnaire. Ready to go soon this summer!
|Posted by s p on March 30, 2012 at 7:30 PM|
We expect a litter in April. For more information please send us your questionnaire. There may be room on our waiting list. I am also looking for a new home for my 2 year old boy Max. He lives outside as he sprays however once we have him neuteured he should stop. His shots are up to date including rabies, and he is on monthly revolution. A very healthy boy and low in dander. He would make an excellent family pet for an allergy home and is good with children.Price is negotiable as we are most concerned that he goes to a good stable family home, kids or someone who has another cat preferred. He likes alot of attention and is a very talkative boy.
|Posted by s p on January 5, 2012 at 3:25 PM|
We had a New Years' surprise this year. Belle had apparently been pregnant and we didn't realize it! She is such a big girl that she hid it very well from us this time. We awoke New Years day to 4 baby kittens in Belle's cat bed. There are 2 torbie females (black, red with white) and 2 blue and white tabby males. All are doing well.
|Posted by s p on December 10, 2011 at 1:20 PM|
We are so happy that Daisy had her kittens last night. A basket full of 5 cheeping chicks It all went well. She is a natural mother! Colours we think are: 3 black silver tabbies, one black torbie and a light blue tabby! They tend to change alot in the first couple weeks but that is how it appears for the moment. Beautiful colouring on all-just like their mother. They are healthy and plump.One of the babies seems to have some red as well so is a torbie. We can't wait to watch them grow and get our first photos. At the moment we are letting Daisy settle in and concentrate on caring for her babies without disturbing too much. I should have a photo by tomorrow though. If interested in one of these little beauties we still have a few available for reservation. The light blue is a boy and the torbie is a girl as well as one of the black silver tabbies being a girl as well. The other two are boys.