Kittens will not leave before 11-12 weeks of age there are NO EXCEPTIONS
I Do Not Sell Breeders. All Kittens are Spayed/Neutered before they Leave the Cattery.
We will place our cats only with people who agree not to declaw Bareenough Sphynx kittens, and will only keep the cats indoors and never cage them.
I do not want to ship Kittens, I prefer to have them picked up. I can meet you partway if your located within a reasonable distance or you can fly into Ontario, Calif Airport and I will meet you there.
Care and MaintenanceTheir maintenance is rather unlike other cats. Sphynx sweat, their skin secretes oils to nourish the non-existent coat, so they need occasional bathing. Bathing is not a problem-most Sphynx cats don't mind it and they dry quickly. As long as they are fed well and the air temperature is comfortable for you, Sphynx cats are not cold. But they like warmth and are smart enough to find it on your lap or under a blanket. My Sphynx have no problem letting me put on a sweater to keep them warm.
In this day and age, inviting people into your home can be quite dangerous. There are many anti-breeder and animal rights activists out there, and we do not want to risk the safety of our family or pets. We limit visits as much as possible for several reasons. Breeding is not our job but rather a getaway from our Monday-Friday working lives. Therefore, as you can imagine our time is limited and precious to us.
We do not provide allergy visits, as each cat/kitten has their own level of dander and you may be allergic to one cat over another. Nor do we allow visits to come pick out a kitten or just to come look at the cats. When you’re asking to visit, our “cattery” you are asking to visit our home, where we live with our family and children.
Visitors are pretty invasive in our daily life and strangers in the house can be extremely stressful for the kittens when they hear and smell things unknown to them, and their mothers who are very protective of their youngsters, especially with strangers. Young kittens are extremely vulnerable to airborne diseases and their mother’s stress. Therefore we limit visitors to people who come pick their kitten up. That doesn’t mean we have anything to hide, it means we take the utmost precautions for our own and our cats and kitten’s sake.