If you have inquired about kittens and not heard back, please accept my apology. I get so many inquiries that I am always way behind on my replies. When I don’t have kittens and don’t yet know when the next litter will be, I tend not to reply, although I save everybody’s inquiries and carefully go through them when I finally have a litter to place. I invite you to contact me again to affirm your interest– that helps me know who is really hoping for a kitten and who was just sending out casual or multiple inquiries, or asking about price, which is shown on the terms page of this site. If you tell me about your household and any previous experience with cats in general or with Siamese in particular, whether you have recently lost an elderly Siamese, and a bit about why you are looking for a cat, that helps me in composing a reply. (Similarly, if you say “Do you have any kittens? How much are they?” I probably won’t answer. That tells me that you probably haven’t read the “Terms” page, which includes price as well as other important information.)

Current litters: After a long hiatus, Kara and Emily had small litters in February and March of 2023. They will be offered to homes where prospective owners have sent detailed inquiries over the last several months. If you have inquired over the course of the past 6 months or so, and are still searching for a kitten, I encourage you to contact me again to reaffirm your interest.

Kara had her fourth litter, consisting of three kittens. The sire is seal lynx point Alicats Wizard. One of the kittens is reserved as a potential breeding and show cat with a new breeder. Of the other two, one is an energetic seal point boy with a minor tail kink, and the other is a somewhat reserved seal lynx point girl. These kittens will go to kitten-seekers who have written to inquire over the past several months. They will be ready to go to new homes in May.

Kara’s kittens

Emily had her second litter in March of 2023, sired by blue point Aslan, consisting of only two kittens, one blue or possibly lilac point girl that I am tentatively keeping as a breeding cat to take over as her mother approaches retirement age, and one seal point boy, whom I would like to see placed in a home that would be willing to show him in local TICA shows.

Emily and kittens

Next litter: Uncertain, possibly a breeding in the fall of 2023, which, if successful, would result in kittens born in late 2021 and ready later next winter.

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