Each kitten comes Vet checked, de-wormed twice, flea prevention, 1st and 2nd shots, starter bag of food and Purina Kitten packet.
This litter was born from a family members Russian White mother and my Polydactyl Snowshoe male. 3 out of 4 kittens are Polydactyl. 1 fluffy white Polydactyl female remains with medium Hair. (3 others reserved) Shipping is available through American Airlines for an additional fee of $450 (airline ticket, airline approved kennel and dishes, and Health Certificate to fly) in the US. You are welcome to drive or fly into Omaha, NE and pick up your new family member, or can meet up for a fee depending upon distance. Reservations of half down are now being accepted to hold your choice of kitten until ready after Nov 17th. Kittens are with the females family being raised with cats and dogs and I'm helping to find them great homes.. Additional pictures available upon request as I do visit them every few days.. Feel free to contact with any questions.
Information on Russian White:
A cousin to the more popular Russian Blue, the Russian White is a rare, good-looking, friendly, smart and loving cat. Not much sets it apart from the Russian Blue except for the color of their coat. They have a similar temperament and personality.
They are an elegant breed of medium build, with a delicate short white coat. They require minimal grooming, wherein a weekly brush will usually suffice.
Russian White Cat Personality Traits
Russian Whites are very friendly and highly intelligent. Two of the best qualities a potential cat owner would want in a cat. They respond very well to positive reinforcement, so as long as there are treats involved you can teach a Russian White some neat tricks. You can teach them to play fetch, sit or even to open a door.
They also have an impressive memory. Compared to most cat breeds, they are able to remember people quite well. They take to friendly and affectionate people and they also know to avoid those that give limited pets and treats.
Despite being a generally friendly breed, the Russian White can be a bit reserved, meaning they can sometimes go off on their own to enjoy some peace and quiet. They are also on the more tight-lipped spectrum of cat breeds. So, if you are looking for a cat that is a lot more sociable and who loves to mingle with strangers and crowds, then you are better off considering a different breed, like the Siamese. But, if you are the type of person who enjoys tranquility at night, then that’s another check for the Russian White.
Facts and interesting tidbits about the Russian White
Size and weight – They can weigh between 6 to 12 lbs. and measure 8 to 10 inch tall
Life Expectancy – They can live to be between 10 to 20 years old
Health – They are a generally healthy breed with no genetic issues, but may be prone to bladder stones
Allergies – Their thick coats are believed to keep the possible allergens close to the skin, but they are not 100% hypoallergenic