Male Persian kitten for sale!

SNOOPY HAS SOLD!

 

Is this just what your family needs for Christmas?  What name would your family choose for this affectionate and playful kitten?

Snoopy, black and white bi-color male Persian.
$250.00, already neutered.

Snoopy is available for sale, for $250.00.  Snoopy is a playful and affectionate 8 month old kitten.  He is a black and white bi-color male Persian.  His mother was Dreamy and his father was Max.  He was hand-fed from birth as a kitten,  since Dreamy died from complications following a c-section.

Snoopy often settles down beside us on the couch, rubs our ankles, or rests on the back of the loveseat above our heads.  He is currently 7.5 lbs, but is probably not finished growing yet.  He has the stocky Persian build, and a shorter nose (though not high enough for show quality).   He’s playful and loves to play with toys that dangle in front of him, or small balls.

He is up to date on all his shots, completely litter-trained, and will already be neutered (but not declawed) when he leaves our home.   He will be sold with his CFA registration papers, and will be available for adoption any time after December 4, 2010.  Deposits can be made before then, to hold him for your family.

You can view more photos of Snoopy below.   Our camera cord broke, so I can’t get recent photos from the camera to the computer, but we will try to update these photos soon.

Snoopy photos taken at 7 weeks old.

Snoopy

Snoopy photos taken at 4 months old.

Snoopy at 4 months, climbing dining room chair.
Snoopy sleeping, at 4 months.

If you’re interested in more information about purchasing Snoopy, just email us.

April
ElCloud Cattery

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January update on ElCloud Cattery

We have Dreamy’s and Joy’s kittens wandering the house freely now.  It’s fun to have 6 kittens tearing around the living room, playing with each other, and napping on the back of the couch.  Both litters are still nursing at times, but also eating plenty of kitten food, drinking water, and using the litter box.

Dreamy’s 12.5 week kittens

Sage (black/white bi-color male Persian) is a loving guy.  All you have to do is pick him up, and he starts to purr.  Last week he began to seek us out for attention, rubbing our leg and climbing into our laps.  We took his litter mates in to get their 12 week shots on Thursday, but he missed out because we could NOT find where he was sleeping.  We’ll have to get him in this week for his shots.

Pumpkin is on HOLD (red/white bi-color male Persian) enjoys being cuddled, too, but he’s often busy chasing one of the other kittens.  He has a loud purr like Sage, though.    He checked out fine at the vet this week when he got his second set of kitten shots.  He weighed 2.5 lbs, and I’m sure Sage is about the same size.

Thyme has SOLD (black female Persian) is more petite than her brothers.  She only weighed 1.5 lbs at the vet.  Her tummy is still quite gray, although I don’t know if her adult fur will have the gray belly.  She is a sweetie that is a little more laid-back than her brothers.  She doesn’t run around quite as much, but she can hold her own against them when they want to wrestle with her.

Joy’s 9.5 week old kittens

Joy’s black triplets are doing well.  They climb over the baby gate into the living room, and back into the kitchen when they need to use the litter box … most of the time.  One of them (not sure which) sometimes decides that the gate is just too much trouble to climb over and finds alternate spots to take care of  “business”.  Thankfully it’s not too often.

Ebony ( SOLD) is the lone female in this litter, with brothers Coal and Soot.   We tried to choose names that would represent their solid black coloring.  They are always chasing after their older cousins, climbing onto the couches, and exploring the house.  Their fur isn’t as long and fluffy as Dreamy’s kittens, and I’m not sure if it’s because they are half Himalayan, or simply because they’re younger.

We’ll be placing ads to sell these 6 later this week.  If you’re interested in any of them (see pictures in previous entries) you can email us at elcloudcattery *at* gmail (dot) com to discuss prices and payment options.  A $100 deposit will hold a kitten.

April

ElCloud Cattery

Dreamy’s Kittens

I finally took pictures of the kittens and got them uploaded to the computer, and then the internet.   It’s hard to get a good view of their faces when they’re so young.  A few of the kittens are just starting to open their eyes.  Once they’re fully open, we’ll take more photos of just their faces.

Dreamy is a good mother, and her kittens are growing well.  We weigh them morning and night, to watch for weight loss.  So far everyone is doing well!

Dreamy and kittens, 1st day!

Dreamy and kittens, 1st day!

3 of the newborn kittens

3 of the newborn kittens

Dreamy and her 1 week old kittens.

Dreamy and her 1 week old kittens.

Pumpkin, the red and white male Persian.

Pumpkin, the red and white male Persian.

Another view of Pumpkin, the red/white bi-color Persian.

Another view of Pumpkin, the red/white bi-color Persian.

Sage, the black/white bi-color male Persian.

Sage, the black/white bi-color male Persian.

Sages black and white markings.  My children have been known to call him the cow kitten.

Sage's black and white markings. My children have been known to call him the "cow kitten".

Thyme, the black female.  Her eyes are just barely opening.

Thyme, the black female. Her eyes are just barely opening. SOLD!!

Rosemary, the darker tortoiseshell female Persian.  You can see her diagonal stripe on her back leg.

SOLD!! Rosemary, the darker tortoiseshell female Persian. You can see her diagonal stripe on her back leg.

Rosemary does have some red/cream around her eyes, but not as much as her sister.

SOLD!! Rosemary does have some red/cream around her eyes.

Nutmeg, the more red tortoiseshell female.  She has more red on her than Rosemary.

Nutmeg, the more "red" tortoiseshell female. She has more red on her than Rosemary. NOT AVAILABLE!!

Nutmegs eyes are also starting to open.

Nutmeg's eyes are also starting to open. NOT AVAILABLE!

We have two people at the top of the waiting list for these kittens.   They will have first choice and the first opportunity to place deposits on the kittens, once they are a bit older.

This was our first pairing of Dreamy and Max, and we are pleased with the results.  We did lose the tiniest kitten at just 18 hours old.  She was a black and white bi-color and much smaller than the rest.   But the remaining five are doing well.

ElCloud Cattery