Loving Cats looking for homes!
What are the advantages of a retired cat?
1. They are spayed or neutered and have all their vaccinations.
2. Since they have been show cats, they are very friendly, outgoing, love attention, and are used to being handled, washed and groomed!
Why do we sell/place our retired cats?
1. We love and cherish every cat in our home. However, we are a show cattery, and since we try to educate and promote this amazing breed, we sometimes keep kittens we hope will be a good example of the breed. Sometimes they do not mature as well as we hope to be a top show cat. Sometimes they just don't like being shown! It takes a special personality and temperment to be in a very noisy showhall with lots of other smells and sounds.
2. This breed matures very slowly and it is often just simply impossible to predict how a kitten is going to mature until they are 6 to 8 months (or even older!). We usually have a good idea, but will keep a kitten a little long and even show in the kitten class to get a better idea of their future. We sometimes just change our mind about what direction our breeding program is going to go in and place the other kitties into loving, wonderful homes, where they can be the King or Queen of the manor!
3. We also like to keep our numbers down, so once a cat has been shown and acheived certain titles, they are retired. Each cat is very special and can never be "replaced", but like any "sport", you always keep a lookout for your next recruit and potential national champion!
AS SEEN ON TV! Dakini will be on ANIMAL PLANET'S "TOO CUTE" THIS FALL!
OD CH Norsestar Dakini of Sangha
Dakini has been a very wonderful pet, breeder and mother. She is ready to retire and enjoy the rest of her long life as a very beloved house kitty.
Dakini is a very large, strong, stunning girl with great coat and rich, brown tabby color. She is very healthy and well trained. She is outgoing and loving. She still loves to play and very much still has "kitten" attitude! She will really blossom and thrive in a home where she is the "queen" and get a lot of love and attention. She is a very sweet girl and will give someone many, many years of love and joy.
Dakini is current on her vaccinations and will be spayed after her current (and last) litter is weaned.