We have not been successful in producing Turkish Angora kittens despite several recent attempts. After treatment by a reproductive specialist, we are making one more attempt to breed “Sylvie” (shown here). If she does not become pregnant by midsummer, she will be spayed and will start looking for her forever home. If she DOES become pregnant, she will be looking for a home after her kittens are old enough to leave. So, either way, she WILL be available before the end of this year. She will be two years old in June. We welcome any inquiries now.
As of April 11, we have two kittens still available from a litter born March 27. One is a silver classic tabby and white female, one is a brown mackerel tabby and white male, see pictures. They will be ready to go toward the end of June. Please contact us for more information.
We also have a neutered male just over two years old who is looking for his forever home. He is silver mackerel tabby and white, very playful and active, show quality and could be shown in the Premiership class. Although he does get along with other cats, we think he would do best as the only cat in the house. He was neutered early in April so could go to a new home any time after May 1st. Again, please contact us for more information.
Waiting list policy
Over the years, we have learned that maintaining a waiting list of people who are interested in kittens is not productive. Breedings and births don’t always happen as planned and by the time we have something to offer someone on a waiting list, they tend to have gone elsewhere for a kitten. So, we only take names and contact info within a few weeks of an expected litter. We then get back to those people as soon as the kittens arrived to let them know what is available. We do not take deposits or formal reservations until kittens are born.
What to expect from a Folie à Deux cat or kitten.
When you buy a purebred kitten from a reputable breeder, it should come to you with more than just its papers.
- You should know where your companion comes from, what kind of surroundings it has been raised in, what it is likely to look like as an adult, and what health issues you should be aware of.
- You should feel that you’ve chosen a pet that benefits from years of selective breeding for those qualities that best exemplify the breed.
- Your breeder should provide you with a good understanding of how your cat can be expected to fit into your lifestyle, and be available as a resource you can turn to with any questions or problems that may arise.