Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

How much do British shorthair kittens cost?

Pet: $1800, Rare colored kittens $2200
Breeding rights: $2800+
The purchase price includes the first two sets of immunizations and contract that includes a health warranty.

Ask us about the specific kitten you’d like. Occasionally we will have available retired adults who we are no longer using in our program. Their price will vary and is a great way to get an amazing pet at a reasonable price!

Can I get on a waiting list?

Yes you can.  We have two different lists.

  • The first is a casual list.  You can fill out our form on our contact page to be added to our waiting list and we’ll let you know when we have available kittens.
  • The second list is for people that want to reserve their place in line by placing a deposit.  Just let us know which one works best for you.
Can I reserve a kitten?

You can place a $200 deposit to hold a kitten. The deposit will go toward your final purchase price and is NOT refundable. We accept cash, check and credit cards.  There is a processing fee for credit cards. We will reserve your place in line for a kitten AFTER we’ve received your deposit.

There is a button on this page that says, “RESERVING A KITTEN IS EASY!”  Go here to place your reservation.

How does the kitten selection process work?
Once people have placed a deposit to reserve a kitten, we put them on our official waiting list and make a note of any particulars that they are looking for, ie. gender/color.

When we have kittens available, we first let everyone on the official list know what kittens are available.  Selections are made by people that put their deposit in first.  Sometimes people fall in love with a kitten that is a different gender or color than they initially thought they wanted.  If this is the case, they can change their mind!

If the kittens that are available don’t fulfill the particulars that  people on the official waiting list are waiting for, we let people on our casual waiting list know about the kittens.

Placing your deposit reserves your place in line and give you priority.
We often have a few people who have placed their deposit and are waiting for kittens, but we can’t necessarily predict how long the wait may be.
Can I see a sample contract for a British short hair?
Yes, you can download it to see it here: pdfdownloadlogoAgreement for a British Shorthair
What age do you sell your kittens?
Your new kitten can come to your home between 10-15 weeks of age.
What vaccinations do you give?
We give the first two set of immunizations, which includes Panleukopenia, Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Chlamydia at 6 and 9 weeks. We do not give the Feline Leukemia or FIP vaccinations. Please consult with your veterinarian about their recommendations on these immunizations. The adult cats in our Beauty Tracks Cattery have tested negative for Feline Leukemia , Feline Immunodeficiency Virus antibody (AIDS) and Heartworm.
What is a pet kitten/cat?
Sold as a pet means your kitten will be sold without breeding rights. Once we receive your veterinarian’s verification of spay/neuter, we will provide you with TICA (The International Cat Association) purebred registration papers.
What is color pattern?
Color pattern is what their coloring looks like. The kittens born in our cattery can be solid blue, black, or silver tabbies. We occasionally can also have colorpoint and shaded kittens.
What do I need to know about using Paypal?
Paypal will accept credit cards. You can use Paypal with your credit card even if you don’t have a Paypal account.

RESERVING A KITTEN IS EASY!

Janice says…

What a fabulous kitten…and purrfect! Her personality is so loving yet confident and playful. I am so thankful that we connected with Diana and Cynthia and that I have my little traveler in her new home in Michigan! My third British Shorthair…but wow, she is something! Couldn’t have a more wonderful and beautiful companion!

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