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For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb.
I praise you because I am Fearfully and Wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.
This page updated on 9-13-23
WELCOME TO OUR AVAILABLE KITTEN PAGE
Welcome to our Available kitten page! The kittens are so much fun! I truly enjoy loving on them and watching them grow each day! I hope you enjoy viewing the babies and if you see one you just have to have or have any questions, please give me a call or shoot me a text or email. Calling and texting are always the quickest way to reach me. If you're curious what the process is, if you spot your forever lap baby, you will need to make arrangements to come and meet and/or pick up your new baby as long as he or she is ready to go. This means he or she is at least 8 weeks of age and has received his/her required Certificate of Veterinary Inspection from our vet and is eating well and using litter box reliably. If the kitten you are choosing is not ready to go, then you may place a $300 deposit to reserve that special kitten. The deposit will be applied to the total purchase price of your kitten when you come to pick him or her up. For more information you can visit our INFO page .
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Sometimes, in pictures, you may notice a darker color around the kittens' mouths. It is basically a "milk mustache", which fades away once they stop nursing ;)
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From time to time I'm asked about the kitten's eyes. For whatever reason, in pictures, the kittens' eyes sometimes appear to look outwards from each other. In person you would see that they look normal. I have my theories on why this happens, but first I would like to point out that my pictures are, for the most part, bright and clear and taken up close so this effect is more obvious. My guess for why this happens is the kittens are moving, especially their eyes are moving as they are looking around. Also, immature eye control may play a part. And maybe the shape of the head (Persians have very round heads) and flatter face. I believe, especially while babies, their facial structure plays a big part in it since it occurs more frequently in young kittens than adults. Also I use my cell phone to take pictures as opposed to a more professional quality camera. And sometimes in pictures, one eye will be closed more than the other. If this is noticed at 2-4 weeks, it will be due to the eye(s) being at various stages of opening fully. For the record, the kittens have normal kitten eyes, I promise :))
Our kittens are much tinier in person than you can tell by the pictures. The pictures are taken up close so you can see details. I am using a small camera and have no training in photography so color and other aspects may not be perfect as well. And, when taking pictures the kittens rarely cooperate
Needless to say, the babies are much cuter in person
KITTENS WEAR NON TOXIC Piggy Paint NAIL POLISH ON THEIR TAILS OR BACKS (or under their arms if their mom is one who keeps pulling it off🙄) TO HELP ID THEM in their videos and at their vet visit.
pictures are SOMETIMES shown at various ages
Also with flash & without to verify blue eyes
If You See A Kitten You Would Like, Please contact me by phone or text at 813-295-4807 or email me at email@example.com
Hi! And Welcome! I try to update this website as often as I can. The kittens keep me busy and I am very active on Facebook posting videos and pictures daily! I enjoy that on Facebook I can interact with you! So please enjoy the website. It's full of pictures and, what I believe to be, great information. And when you're through here, use the Facebook icon below to pop over to my Facebook page to say hello!
This page updated on 9-13-23