Fall 2023 - New waitlists soon!
When I do not have any kittens to offer you and will not for quite some time, you can check out my Third-Party Kittens tab. I only post third-party kitten availability to my Facebook page where I am most active.
Please read the pros and cons associated with third-party kittens and contact me with questions. I am not the breeder or seller of those Third-Party kittens, I am brokering the connections. More explained on the page.
Nina had her last litter of 4 kittens in June 2021.
These kittens are fully reserved.
Nina will be retired after this litter.
We do our best to send weekly updates, photos, videos, and even offer FaceTime calls with your kitten once you place a deposit and are confirmed as it's soon to be Mom or Dad :). We believe it creates a bit of a bond with you and your kitten before you even welcome it into your home! Of course, should anything happen to the kitten, we will refund your deposit in-full.
The downside is that you may not know the extent of your kitten's coloring, spots, patterns, or eye color as it takes weeks for these things to develop. However, you can look at our previous litters for an idea (see below).
*OUR KITTENS MAY GO HOME AS EARLY AS 12-14 WEEKS*
While it is common for common kittens to go home as early as 8-10 weeks, such as, say, a shelter kitten, you will find that most Sphynx breeders hold them at a range of 12-16 weeks, with 12 being on the very young end.. The reasons for this vary, but Sphynxes overall are much smaller and more sensitive at these ages than other cats. Be sure that we are thinking of the kittens' development, which is most important. True, when a kitten is 8 weeks old, he will most likely survive and thrive. However, the longer the kitten stays with mom and his littermates, the better chance at developing the proper temperament and behaviors you would want in a cat. This is my opinion and is something I have adjusted to over reading others' opinions from experience.
We do it a bit differently and on a individual kitten basis. Our vet has the last word on which kitten can go home and when. For example, if Kitten A is 12 weeks old, weighs enough, happy, social, and healthy, he MAY be OK to go home. If Kitten A needs more time with mom, he will stay for as long as needed! Please be patient; we definitely want to do what is best for each kitten as an individual instead of lumping them all together to a specific date! Again, please expect at least 12 weeks but be prepared for longer. Scheduling conflicts for pick up should be discussed well in-advance.
Kitten # 1 - Male *Reserved - Thanks Phillip!
Kitten #1, Male *Reserved*