Welcome to the Kitten page

We have Birman and Siberian kittens throughout the year

please contact me for futher details

07891484503 or Email

Adult rehome

Please no timewasters

I do not offer allergy sittings for Siberian cats

I no longer sell for breeding

My cats health always comes first, mating's are carefully planned to ensure the minimum percentage of inbreeding, my aim is to produce healthy, strong kittens from healthy mothers. Kittens are born in my home as part of our family and are used to a busy household. They will be ready to go to their new homes at thirteen weeks, will be fully vaccinated, wormed and treated for flea prevention. All kittens have a full veterinary health check before leaving us.

All kittens are full pedigree cats and they leave our home with a four generation printed pedigree a goody bag, diet sheet and care booklet.

Kittens are sold as the following;

Show - A kitten that has the markings and type to be a potential show cat. If you are looking for a show cat I advise that you purchase a standard of points and visit shows to see what standard is expected. I sometimes have cats that have show potential, although show success cannot be guaranteed.

Pet - A kitten that does not have show potential. This Kitten will have a withholding point which I will happily show to you.

You will be asked to sign an agreement on collection of your kitten to say that you understand the quality of your kitten and agree not to show a pet kitten/cat.

I would expect any perspective new owner to visit us prior to any kitten leaving us, a £50 non returnable deposit is required to reserve a kitten.

I do reserve the right to refuse to sell a kitten if I choose to do so- if any deposit has been paid then this will be returned.

I no longer export a kittens.

Kittens sold as pets or show neuters must be neutered by the age of nine months, you will be asked to sign a contract agreeing to this.

You can expect to pay between £475 -525 for a pet birman, £700-£850 for a pet siberian, more for a breeding cat. Cats offered for less are often not vaccinated or registered.

I sometimes have older cats available, these will be retired breeding cats that I feel would be better suited to either a home on their own or with fewer cats. These will be neutered and fully vaccinated before leaving. Re homed cats will be subject to a fee of between £100 and £200 depending on age and situation, this is to cover vet fees etc.

Please contact me if you are interested in giving an older cat a home.

For more advice on buying a birman kitten please visit the Birman Cat Club site, there you can find more information on the breed and a list of the breeders in your area.

for advice on the siberian cat please visit the Siberian cat club site

click here to see the birman colour gallery


Past Litters