Last Updated 3/22/23
Our waitlist process is a simple one!
Current wait time for kittens to be born is 1-3 months.
Families who would like to adopt, but there are no available kittens, are perfect for our master waitlist. You can put your name down for a specific gender/color or for a specific adult pairing. Spots are given in order of deposits received and we will notify you once a queen is confirmed pregnant. Once the litter is born, we will reach out to you to see if you are interested in a kitten from that litter. If you’d like to reserve from that litter an email will be sent including our sales contract & health guarantee. Once signed you can then submit your $500 deposit to reserve your kitten pick. Your $600 in deposits will be subtracted from the remaining balance due at pick up. Deposits are non-refundable, but transferable.
Total price of your kitten will be $3300 plus sales tax ($321) - $600 in your deposit = $3021 is your remaining balance at at pick up. If you are open to a show/alter kitten please mention that as well. If you’d like to learn more about Pet quality vs Show Quality visit our FAQ page.
You may pass on kittens offered to you, while keeping your spot on the waitlist for up to 2yrs. After which you will be removed from the waiting list.
During the first 0-4 weeks there isn’t much individuality and the majority of group videos will be posted to social media & some will be shared with you. From 4-6 weeks it’s easier to distinguish between the kittens and we will try to send as many pics and videos as we can through this time. At 6-8 weeks their personalities have grown remarkably and will continue to send updates to families. Once kittens reach 8 weeks we will help families choose their kitten in the order their deposit was received. While we do not allow home visits, facetime is available so you can see the kittens live. Once kittens are 8-10 weeks we will send via email a care sheet. We will discuss with you a go-home date, vet care, and feeding plan. On the About US page we discuss more about how your kitten will be raised in our home and the different stages of exposure they will have.
Happy Kitten Hunting!