All our kittens have been placed. The next litter is due any day now. The father is Seki Lothario, a Chocolate Spotted Tabby Oriental, and the mother is Seki Dalani, a Lilac Tabby Point Siamese.
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Kittens do not leave our home before they are at least 12 weeks of age. They will have received their first vaccination, desexed and Microchipped. By this time, they are house and toilet trained, eating a wide variety of food. Our kittens are raised as house pets and have never been allowed outside the house. We recommend that you keep your pets inside where possible. If you want them to be allowed outside, we recommend that you build an enclosure attached to a window so that they can come and go in safety.
We do not accept deposits on kittens under 6 weeks.
Have a look at a slideshow of some of our recently placed kittens
Please contact us to find out when we will have the next litter. Our girls are only allowed 1 litter per year to enable them to recover properly.
New photos will be on this page as soon as the amateur photographers can get some good pictures. The kittens should be ready for viewing at about 6 to 8 weeks of age. If all things go well, they should be available to go to their new homes when they are around 13 weeks of age. All kittens will be available after vaccinations, microchipping and desexing.
It is possible for a Microchip to move around from the injection site. Microchipping is now required by law for both ACT and NSW.
If you are looking for a present for another person, please bring them along as what you choose may not be suitable for the intended owner.
Kittens are ready to go to their new home at approximately 13 weeks depending on their personality development. Each kitten
will have received their first vaccination with the next due 4 weeks
afterwards. Please ask for the F3 vaccination as a small number of our kittens have had a bad reaction to the F4 vaccination.
Have a look at a slideshow of some of our previously placed kittens