Frequently Asked Questions

Not much when compared to the overall cost of a cat during the course of its life. If a cat has an average lifespan of 16 years, an owner will spend close to a total of $20,000 over that amount of time. (See www.creditloan.com ).

Due to this projected overall figure, it is important that the intial cost of a kitten be kept in perspective. Deciding which cat to adopt shouldn't necessarily be entirely based on its purchase price, but on which little ball of fur will bring you the greatest satisfaction over the long haul. That said, our kittens run anywhere from $1000 to $2,300. Check our "Kittens Available Now" page for current priciing.

Yes!

  • Receive a 10% discount when you adopt two or more kittens
  • Receive a 5% discount when you reserve "last choice of the litter" (to qualify for this discount, you must reserve this position when two or more kittens from the litter remain - in other words, when only one kitten remains, this discount is no longer available)
After contacting us to verify that the kitten you would like to reserve is still available, we require a $250 non-refundable holding deposit. The balance is due upon adoption.

To reserve your kitten, click here or visit the "Reserve a kitten" page.
We encourage you to come pick up your kitten. However, we are willing to ship our kittens if necessary (both within the US and internationally).

Along with a shipping and handling fee, there is an additional fee to purchase an airline-approved kitten carrier.
We litter-box train our kittens using Dr. Elsey's Cat Attract and will send a small amount home with your kitten. Should you choose to change litters, do so gradually by adding some of your chosen brand to Dr. Elsey's.

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Science Diet for Kittens Indoor