Blue Eyed Himalayan Kittens and Snow White Kittens
Doll Faced kittens
Occasional Flat & Peke Faced Kittens
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Welcome to Purr Epiphany Persians & Himalayans
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We are a small hobby breeder of the most adorable and delightful Persian Himalayan kittens ever! Their parents, our Persian Himalayan cats, are our pets first and have totally free run of our home. They lounge around on the furniture and sun themselves on the back screened porch (they have full access 24/7) and, frankly, act like they own the place. 😊 We keep the number of our kitty pals low so we can give each one the attention they deserve and crave. Here, at Purr Epiphany Persians, we believe health is top priority so all our Persians are DNA tested for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) and are certified negative for this disease. PKD is a genetic kidney disease afflicting certain cat breeds, including Persian cats. The kidneys of affected cats will fail, painfully, as early as 2-3 years of age and there is no cure. Our Persians are also tested for Feline Leukemia (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) and are negative. Each of our kittens are tested for FeLV and FIV during their pre-home veterinary inspection.
We specialize in Doll Face Himalayans and Persians but are, occasionally, blessed with an adorable flat faced or peke faced baby. Our program focuses on gorgeous himalayan Persians with dark seal, chocolate, blue and lilac points along with Snow White Persians. All have beautiful blue eyes.
I hope you enjoy our website and thank you for visiting. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. Our contact info is on the "Contact Us" page of this website. Have a wonderful Day!
Once you’ve reserved a kitten, I will be sending over, by text message, a Deposit Agreement/Receipt. Please Read and acknowledge your acceptance of this agreement by text message.
I will be sending a Pre-Take Home Check List of items you will need and things you should do before kitten’s pick-up date. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
Communication between us is necessary in order to experience a smooth and pleasant transaction. Contact me by text, phone call or email.
I will send pictures and videos of your kitten from time to time. Feel free to text me and ask me for a picture. I don’t mind, since I am always busy and the days seem to fly by. I do appreciate your patience in advance. I’ll do my best.
If you are interested in reading how the process behind the scenes usually goes, I have a section on my website called "8 Weeks In the Life of Your Kitten" located on the Info Page which you will find located under the "More" button on the menu bar.
Kittens go to their vet for health certificates/first shots the day before the pick-up date. If you are making arrangements to come from a great distance to pick up your kitten and perhaps to visit family or one of Florida’s Theme Parks during the trip, I advise you to plan to pick up the kitten on one of the next two days after the initial pick-up date. This will allow time for you to verify that the kitten did get his health certificate prior to your leaving and, in the rare event that the fecal exam shows the litter has an organism (bacteria, worm, protozoa) in the stool, it will allow time for treatment to be administered and a negative fecal exam result. If you find this confusing, please reach out to me for clarification.
After you’ve placed your deposit, we will choose a pick up time, if possible, for the day of pick up. This way people get to choose their time in the order they placed the deposit. Because I’m not a morning person and because I need time to feed and clean up after the kittens first thing in the morning, I like to schedule the first appointment at 11 AM on the day of pick up. I prefer to schedule 1 per hour so I have ample time with each family to answer questions and discuss important information. I am a one person team but will do my best to accommodate you.
Due to the pandemic, we meet in front of our home with masks on. You will be asked to sanitize hands prior to handling the paperwork. I appreciate your cooperation during this time.
I don’t allow the kittens to be touched by anyone outside my immediate family prior to sale. There are many contagious cat diseases and viruses out there! Please take some time to research these since you will be visiting your vet’s office and vet offices are one source of possible contagions. Even though your veterinarian’s office may seem super clean, be aware that, your vet’s office gets busy, sees sick cats, and hires regular people, who may or may not clean well at that given moment, and, here’s the kicker, it takes one drop of virulent to make your kitty sick.
Our Deposit Policies
Most of the time we require a $200 deposit to reserve a kitten. The deposit acts as a downpayment, so goes towards the purchase price of the kitten. The deposit is non-refundable. The deposit is transferable one time from one litter or kitten to a different litter or kitten as long as I am informed before the kitten you reserved is 5 weeks of age.
You are required to pay the balance for the kitten IN CASH ONLY the day you pick the kitten up. No electronic payments of any kind or checks, money orders or any other payment will be accepted on that day. Another option, if time permits, is you can continue to pay money towards your kitten while you wait until the kitten is 8 weeks old and ready to go. This is usually done by electronic methods. In this case, it is important to point out that electronic or other methods are only accepted up to one week prior to picking up the kitten.
Occasionally, if you are wanting to reserve a kitten that has not been born yet, you will be asked to place a $100 "spot hold" deposit. This secures your "spot" in line for the kitten you would like. I would need to know 2 things about the kitten you would like to reserve, the color and the sex. You will be informed your position in line for that particular color and sex. Once a litter is born with your color and sex, you will be asked to pay the other $100 to make the full deposit amount of $200 and our deposit agreement will be executed.
The kittens will be chosen between the ages of 3-4 weeks in the order that the spot hold deposits were taken.
Although it is a very rare occurrence, as the breeder, I reserve the position of first pick of either sex or any color of any litter if I so choose.