Kittens will go to their new homes with a sample of Life's Abundance food, up-to-date shots and wormings and a record of them, a written health guarantee, and a basket of goodies for your new kitty. Kittens will also be spayed or neutered when they leave unless purchased as a breeder or on a spay/neuter contract.
We are hopeful at Nevada Rain that these two boys will have litters on the way in the Spring of 2022. These boys are absolutely the most amazing young princes that I have ever seen. I still can't believe that these boys are here at Nevada Rain. The best part of these two handsome boys is their wonderful personalities. For one, they are the best of friends and have a blast together. They also love affection from me and my kids and are such easy going guys. We just adore them!!
Both boys are standard munchkins. Finnegan is solid white and has odd eyes (one green and one blue eye). He carries chocolate and Burmese colorpoint, the munchkin gene, and both long and short hair. He can have solid white kittens with odd, blue, green, aqua, or gold eyes. He can also have black and chocolate kittens. He can have chocolate and seal minks as well, some mitted. We are so excited at the possibilities Finnegan offers in his potential litters.
Edmond is a handsome, nearly solid black, standard munchkin fellow (other than his white chin and a small white patch on his chest). He is a dominant blue-eyed, odd-eyed, extremely rare king. Edmond carries cinnamon and long hair, which means that he can father black long and short haired kittens, cinnamon long and shorthaired kittens and chocolate long and shorthaired kittens. His kittens can also be mitted and/or tortie or torbie, depending on which queen we cross him with. Most blue eyed cats are colorpoints, but Dominant Blue Eyed (DBE) cats can be solid colored yet still have blue or odd eyes. I'm especially excited about Edmond's kittens because those blue or odd eyes really stand out on dark colored cats, like blacks, chocolates, and cinnamons.
If you are interested in reserving a choice of one of these boys' future kittens, please call/text 775-217-1820 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.