Waiting List

Currently Open

There will be a $100 non-refundable earnest fee for holding a top six spot on the waiting list.  Once someone moves into a top six spot, they will be contacted to submit the holding fee.  


The $100 holding fee will be taken off of the $500 deposit requirement once it is time to select a kitten.  


If you want to be on the waiting list to purchase a kitten, you MUST follow these instructions:

1.  Review the deposit and contract pages.  If you agree to the terms and what              would be required of you as a buyer/owner, proceed to step 2.  

2.  Please email us at with the following information:


      1. What it is you are looking for in a kitten.. ie... sex, skin color, eye color, and                pet/show quality or both. 


      2. What city and state you live in.  We do NOT ship kittens due to the risk of                  loss, harm or death!  However, it is possible that I would be able to deliver a              kitten to an airport near you for a delivery fee that includes all transportation            costs.

      3. How many other cat/dog breeds are already living in your home?

      4. Have you ever had a cat declawed before?

      5. What experience do you already have with Sphynx cats/kittens and their                  higher maintenance and special dietary requirements?

      6. Are you prepared to spend the extra time and money required to care for a              Sphynx compared to other breeds of cats? A yearly HCM heart scan alone                runs an average of $450-$500.  

       7. Do you know how to bath, trim nails and clean their ears each week or do               you need additional resources to help you preparing for bringing a baby                   home?

       8. How much time on average each day would a Sphynx kitten/cat be left                     alone without companionship in the home?


       9.  Do you rent or own your residence?

      10. Do you understand that Sphynx cats can NEVER be allowed to roam freely


       11. Do you understand that like the Maine Coon and Ragdoll cat breeds the 

            Sphynx breed is more susceptible to developing Hypertrophic 

            Cardiomyopathy (HCM)? Breeders are NEVER able to guarantee that that it              will not occur at some point during the cats life.  However, a reputable                      breeder will offer some type of contract with a replacement clause for                        the first two to three years of the cats life.  Are you prepared to accept and                deal with that situation if it arises?