Located in Ontario CANADA, we are a small family hobby Cattery PAULANA registered with The Canadian Cat Association (CCA – AFC), The International Cat Association (TICA), and The Traditional Cat Association, Inc. © 1987 ® TM (TCA) with specialization in breeding Persians of Chinchilla Silver/Silver Shaded colour. Our breeding cats are DNA tested at Veterinary Genetics Laboratory of University of California, Davis CA USA for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) and all are PKD-DNA Negative Certified. Based on that, we can guarantee that all kittens coming out of our Cattery are also PKD negative.
We are breeding for type and temperament producing quality healthy kittens for the best of our ability. Our kittens make great family pets – they all have very exotic beautiful appearance, healthy, and they all have sweet personality. We are extremely serious and selective in placing our kittens. We only place kittens in homes that we believe will provide a life-long commitment of love, appreciation, and responsible care. We require that the kitten be spayed or neutered no later than 12 months of age and not be allowed to produce any offspring.
We put careful thought and much care into raising healthy, outgoing kittens based on years of our experience and great passion. We welcome potential families to come and meet our cats and kittens once the babies are 6 weeks old. We provide written contract outlining the terms of adoption. At the time of release from the cattery, we guarantee that the kitten is in a good health, but suggest that new owner has his/her veterinarian examine new kitten within a few days of adoption to confirm its good health. We do not release a kitten until it has been vaccinated against the following: Panleukopenia, FelineRhinotracheitis, and Calicivirus.
We are intensely interested in the welfare of kittens coming out of our cattery. We encourage owners of our kittens to contact us if they have any questions and we response in timely manner.
Bringing a new pet into your family involves a long-term commitment of time, energy, and money. Dealing with responsible breeder is one step in getting off to the best possible start with your new family member.