All of our kittens have directly imported, large European lines! All kittens are sold as "Pets only." We require a $500 non-refundable deposit to reserve a kitten, the deposit is applied to the kitten's balance. There is a $15 PayaPal fee applied to the deposit making the deposit total $515. We will post litter information when the kittens are two weeks old; at that time we will tell you how many kittens there are, their sex, color and pattern. We will post pictures of the kittens when they are around seven to eight weeks old, at that time the kittens will be available for reservations; it is best to watch the website for daily updates. Kittens are veterinarian checked before leaving for their new home, buyers will be provided a copy of the health certificate. Please refer to our "FAQ" section for additional information on reserving a kitten. Email email@example.com or call, Patty Frazier 816-318-3878. Emails are the preferred type of communication.
Effective October 01, 2018 all of our kittens that are sold after this date will come with both CFA registration papers and TICA registration papers. Customers must still follow the contractual agreement. That's right; all of the kittens you get from Vasili's Cattery will be "Dual Registered!" Here at Vasili's all of our cats, both males and females, come from Europe making us a "True European Cattery!" We are very proud to offer all of our customers the prestige of owning a "100%, dual registered, European Kitten!"
The price for each kitten is posted under their picture.
These are our plans for the Summer and Fall of 2019!
Once a female is confirmed pregnant there will be a "Tab" created on the website stating, example: "Elosia's Upcoming Litter" so that everyone will know we have a litter on the way.
(Pairings are subject to change)
Esmeralda and Byron
This pairing can produce Brown Classic male and/or female kittens, Red Classic male and/or female kittens with and/or without white paws and bibs.
Due the week of July 21, 2019
Below are a few examples from their last litter, can we say, "Wow!"
Here is where "Meow" means: