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  • What is the price of your Kittens?
    Our kittens are $2450, we do give a discount for returning adopters also, when buying two kittens from the same litter.
  • Do you offer payment plans?
    We pride ourselves on being one of the few breeders in the state to offer payment plans that are fully customized to give every Sphynx lover the opportunity to add a kitten to their home! Payment plans can be discussed and arranged at the time of deposit. Well we usually do one of these 3 options... $160 weekly, $325 biweekly, or $500 monthly until the total balance is paid. But we can also customize it to fit you as well!
  • Do you offer a health guarantee?
    Yes, we offer a 2 year congenital health guarantee, as well as a 3 year guarantee against HCM.
  • When will my new kitten need Vet care?
    Your kitten will already be spayed or neutered prior to coming come. As well as microchipped, vaccinated, tested negative for FIP & FeLV, health checked, and had a negative fecal test before going home. We always recommended you take your new kitten to your personal vet within 48 hours. If your baby were to become sick in the future, this gives your vet the ability to see your kitten in a healthy state.
  • When can the kittens leave the Cattery?
    Our kitten are sent home at 12-16 weeks old.
  • Are they really hairless?
    No, they actually do have very short hair, almost like a peach fuzz. They do have a little more noticeable hair on their ears and nose though. But because of their lack of hair their bodies work overtime to stay warm, which also gives them a higher metabolism. That is why they must eat a high protein food to compensate for the extra work their bodies do.
  • Do they need baths?
    Yes, they do need baths! But, there is no need to use lotion after bathing because the Sphynx naturally produce an oil. However, some Sphynx don't produce a lot of oil and only need to be bathed once a month, then you have some that must be bathed weekly. It truly depends on the individual cat. We start bathing our kittens around 4 weeks old to get them accustomed to the routine.
  • Will my kitten be declawed?
    Beebes absolutley does NOT agree with declawing, in fact in our opinion it's the most inhumane thing you can do to a cat. When the veterinarian removes the claws, it's not just the nail but the bones too! It's equivalent in humans to removing the fingertips all the way up to the first knuckle! Many states and countries have banned declawing and the Humane Society of United States opposes declawing except for the rare cases when it is medically necessary, such as the removal of cancer is nail bed tumors. There are alternatives to declawing... always provide scratching posts or cat trees for your cat. If the scratching continues, keep their nails trimmed weekly, or try nail caps.
  • Why do you spay and neuter so early?
    We S&N our kittens between 11-13 weeks old. When kittens get altered at an early age, they have little to no downtime, and they don't even realize or act like they had surgery. The total time of surgery is significantly decreased because young kittens have much less body fat, which causes less bruising and overall trauma. But our biggest reason is because cats can actually reproduce as early as 3-4 months, which is not good for their body and it will negatively impact their health and bone structure. Also, we follow the Veterinary Task Force on Feline Sterilization, and they say that early neutering in cats is not associated with serious health problems and doesn't adversely affect skeletal, physical, or behavioral development.
  • Do you have to put clothes on them?
    Yes, the naked babies should wear clothes, especially in the colder months! My rule of thumb is, if you would be cold with no clothes on, then they are cold. So, unless you keep your thermostat at ◦85 in the winter, give your naked a sweater! Just can’t get yourself to do it? That’s ok, they love heated beds too!
  • What are their personalities like?
    Their personality is everything you read about. They are over the top attention seekers, vocal, demanding, high maintenance, can hold a grudge, are the life of the party, have no fear, and are at the highest level of show offs. If you can handle all of the above then keep reading.... Their love is one of a kind, they bond very fast to their people, and will dedicate themselves to those people. They accept change well, are extremely social with others two legged and four, love to snuggle under the covers, answer to their name, sleep in bed with you, and they make it their lifelong goal to be your #1, and they won't stop until they are confident you are theirs.
  • Are they hypoallergenic?
    No, they are not. They do have hair, its just very short, like peach fuzz. Some people with allergies are able to tolerate a Sphynx more than a cat with fur, but it all depends on the individual.
  • Do you ship kittens?
    No, at this time we do not ship kitten or cats.
  • Do you adopt out of state?
    We are only adopting to Michigan residents at this time, and we do not ship our kittens.
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