My kittens will be spay/neutered, get vaccinations, wormed and flea/tick controlled, before they are adopted. All vet expenses are included with purchase price. So when they come to you all you need to do is add love, warm bed, food and play-cuddle time. I also like to send a kitten package with them. It has toys, food, medical records, TICA reg. slip. The kittens go to their adoptive homes at 12-14wks of age. I do ship to USA and Canada if needed.
It is very important kittens get seen by a vet, if they are sick. They are developing their immunity for the 1st year of life, they need to be supported. I am one of the few cat breeders that guarantee my kittens against the FIP virus, the 1st year of life. One of the weaknesses of cat species is viruses. That is why all my kittens will get vaccinated for feline leukemia, it is preventable. However, FIP virus is 100% fatal to cats/kittens, they may live for awhile, but in the end they will die. There is no vaccine for the FIP virus. FIP is NOT a genetic issue, it is a possibility that can happen to any kitten born. FIP virus is most common in young kittens or older cats, as immunity drops with aging. It is a heart breaking issue to go through….. That is why I will replace your kitten in the 1st year, should this tragedy happen to you.
I work to make a match between the kitten and the adoptive family. If there are children to consider, I try to pick my most ‘bomb proof’ kittens. These are generally the more confident and noise tolerant kittens. I want every match to be good for the kitten and the family. It means on occasion, I might not have the correct kitten for you. I don’t want to make a match that would not work for the family or the kitten. I am hoping to always make a match that will last a lifetime.
My kittens are born and raised in my home, they are handled every day. I work to expose them to most sounds and sights in a home. I have several kitty scratch post and condos. I train them to scratch on those not the furniture. I also work for them to learn no and git down. It is not good manners to get on counters and tables or climb drapes. When they are around 8 wks old they get to go out in the kitten playpens. They get to see birds, horses, my dobie, chasing bugs learns them to be good fly catchers…..grin. I feel the more you expose them to when young, the more confident they become. My gentle dobie who is too big for playing with kittens, lets them crawl on her and shares her large bed with them at night. So they can learn gentle dogs can be your friend.
My kittens are all judged against the TICA Pixie bob standard. They can be pet, breeder or show/breeder quality. Bloodlines also do play a part in judging the kittens. My kittens start at $650 for a female and $750 for a male, as they are in higher demand. In general if they are born with long hair it is fairly rare, only about 25% of the Pixie bob breed is long haired. So these kittens will cost a bit more. The same with Poly feet as they are always in high demand, so will cost a bit more also.
I run a waiting list for my kittens. This is for the people who have decided they want to purchase a Pixie bob kitten. I can send you a kitten form or with my new website you might be able to fill it out online or email it to me. You fill it out for the type of kitten you are looking for. You send it back to me with a check for $200 deposit to hold the kitten you have chosen. Once I have received your $200 check I will give you a “Choice Pick” number for you to choose a kitten. If you are local to the area, you are welcome to make an appointment, to see the kittens to make a choice.
Parents of the 1st litter are G bar G Ranch Giddiup, she is the mom. Her dad is G bar G Ranch Night Hawk, Giddiup looks a lot like her dad. She has a mellow personality, loves getting attention and is a good mom. The stud cat is my Quad Grand Champion G bar G Ranch Cool Hand Luke. He is sweet with the ladies and has an easy going temperament. They had a male kitten.
1. BIG male kitten, short hair, brown classic pattern, lynx tips, very cute bobcat tail, straight feet (regular number of toes).
The 2nd litter is G bar G Ranch Reata is the mom. The stud cat is Evergreen Utah High. They had 5 kittens, 2 females and 3 males.
2. Female, short hair, 6 front toes and 7 toes on other the other front foot, 4 toes on the hind feet, lynx tips, bobcat tail, brown spotted tabby.
3. Male, short hair, Quad poly feet all feet have 5 toes each, hamberger patty style all in a row, show pony bobcat tail, lynx tips, brown spotted tabby.
4. BIG male, short hair, 6 toes front feet, 5 toes hind feet, Quad poly feet, bobcat tail, lynx tips, brown spotted tabby, lovely spot pattern.
5. Female, short hair, 7 toes on front feet, 5 toes hind feet, Quad poly feet, bobcat tail, lynx tips, brown spotted tabby.
6. Male, short hair, 6 toes on front feet, 5 toes hind feet, Quad poly feet, lynx tips, brown spotted tabby, bobcat tail.
The 3rd spring litter is by G bar G Ranch Seranade, is the mom. The stud cat is G bar G Ranch Night Hawk. They had 5 kittens, 4 males and a female. Three of the kittens were “blue spotted kittens”. It can happen is either parent carries the for the blue color gene. It is pretty rare, in 23yrs of showing and raising Pixie bobs I have only had 4 blue kittens born. It is pretty color though, even if it is not quite what we are breeding for……grin.
7. Male, short hair, blue spotted tabby, lynx tips, 6 toes front feet, 5 toes hind feet, Quad poly feet, bobcat tail.
8. Male, short hair, brown spotted tabby, 6 toes front feet, 5 toes hind feet, lynx tips, Quad poly feet, bobcat tail.
9. BIG Male, long hair, blue spotted tabby, 6 toes front feet, 4 toes hind feet, lynx tips, bobcat tail.
10. Female, short hair, brown spotted tabby, 6 toes front feet, 4 toes hind feet, lynx tips, show pony bobcat tail.
11. BIG Male, short hair, blue spotted tabby, 6 toes front feet, 4 toes hind feet, lynx tips, show pony bobcat tail.