Fall 2022 - My waitlists are FULL. Third-party kittens are available.
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A Sphynx is simply the coolest cat to own in my totally unbiased opinion. They're playful, loving, full of personality, and there's simply no denying their uniqueness. Your new little nudist will steal the show at your local pet store, vet's office, or when anyone comes over to visit!
I have been breeding Sphynxes for a few years now. I have learned a lot and continue to learn more each day and with each litter; with the help of some key people I have met in the community, I strive to improve the breed, overall, and am happy to help you find your Sphynx.
The BEST way to see the latest updates, news, and kitten availability is my Facebook page! Search PAsphynx or Bare Necesskitties on Facebook.
As my waitlists are full for the foreseeable future, I can still help you find a Sphynx from other legitimate sellers. I often post third-party kittens, as available, and I have written about this on my third- party kittens tab. In most cases, I can even handle to logistics side if out of State.
You can also email me directly - firstname.lastname@example.org
I typically live stream our kittens' births and development on our Facebook page, but not always. You can re-play any of the videos I have streamed.
We are a small, TICA registered (#38557) Sphynx cattery located in Bryn Mawr (previously Media), PA, approximately 25 minutes from Center City, Philadelphia.
Pick-ups are from my home in Bryn Mawr. Delivery can be arranged as well.
We have an excellent relationship with our local veterinarian and we bring them in for even the smallest concerns. We raise our hairless cats as loving pets and not in cages or confined to one room.
Our Sphynx kittens will be well-socialized with other cats, kids, and a dog!
We do annual HCM scans and semi-annual health exams on all breeding cats.
Nude, bald, naked, bare... Sphynxes are hairless cats and many people say they feel something like warm suede.
Very rarely is a Sphynx completely hairless, even the so-called "sticky-balds" or "rubber-balds." These cats can and do grow a fine fuzz on some parts of their bodies, especially around winter time or during hormonal changes (when not fixed). It's mostly on their ears, feet, and tails, but there's not much of it so there’s no real shedding.
None of our breeding cats currently have any health issues and are HCM free, scanned annually. PCRs for fecal and respiratory are done on breeding queens prior to mating.
Any newly developed health issue of any kitten or cat will be swiftly dealt with and known to you before you pick up your kitten. Any genetic issues are warrantied, and any stud or queen with a genetic issue will be fixed, removed from the breeding program, and re-homed.
The owner is an Army veteran and current Army Reserve Officer and holds this business to the same principles of integrity that guided him through the U.S. Military. We are in the process of registering as a Sphynx breeder on VOB (see link).
We would like you to know that we are not a Sphynx cattery simply operating for profit. We just flat-out love the Sphynx breed and decided we could do this to spread the love for these cats while also providing our kids unique and invaluable lessons in continuous responsibility and the circle of life.
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