Munchkins kittens

Reserving a Kitten

Let us know what color and sex you prefer and we will let you know when kittens become available. A $200 deposit will hold a kitten for you and you may visit them after 8 weeks of age. There are no refunds on deposits. You may be placed on our waiting list if the color and sex you want is rare or in high demand.

Standard kittens may or may not be altered before they go home at 9-10 weeks of age. A fee will be added for altering and it is determined by myself if they are ready for this procedure based on maturity and size. If it is not done I will then withhold the registration blue slip until altering proof has been sent to me by the buyer. Nonstandard kittens are not altered routinely but it is available for a fee.

Long-legged munchkins start at 0. These are outstanding pets that are treated with the same affection and esteem as their short-legged siblings. They will also be altered prior to leaving and will have the same health guarantee.

Breeding pairs start at $3000 and include one standard and one nonstandard. A single breeding standard cat starts at $2000. Occasionally, I will have an altered adult available for a reduced price.

Delivery is available for a modest fee, or I can meet you part way at a rate of $30 per hour of driving. We are located 1.5 hours south of the Quad Cities in Iowa, 4 hours southwest of Chicago, 3 hours north of St. Louis, and 3 hours southeast of Des Moines.

Shipping is available and usually amounts to $325. This includes the airline ticket, crate, and health certificate.

Kittens are sold with a two year genetic health guarantee. If within the first 2 years of life a fatal genetic health defect is found the kitten will be replaced with a kitten of equal value. We do not allow declawing. This is mutilation and can result in severe behavioral dysfunction. All guarantees are void if this is done. See Munchkins should be an indoor only cat.

What do you guys think of this place?

by Ragdoll_Love

it's in the next town over, I stopped by a couple of weekends ago because I thought it was just a grooming parlor but then I saw a puppies for sale sign, and I thought oh boy... I went in and I asked the girl at the counter where they got their dogs and if they were all from reputable breeders and she said yes and that the owner, Carol, breeds the french bulldogs, English bulldogs, and munchkin and Napoleon cats herself (which I never heard of before) I don;t know they have "designer breeds" is this a puppy mill or BYB operation or what?

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I am searching for a Scottish Fold Munchkin kitten. I am absolutely in love with them. I recently lost my beloved cat, and am ready now to move ahead. I have always gone through rescues, but I am sure there will not be any of these available. Does anyone know of any reputable breeders? In Texas preferably? Thank you so much!

A good place to start any search about short-legged cats is The Dwarf Cat Association

Scottish Folds called Scottish Kilts are described here

is no such breed as Scottish Fold Munchkins at present (they are crossbreeds) and there's a good reason for them not being a recognised breed. There are skeletal problems linked to the Scottish Fold mutation and when mixed with the Munchkin short legs this could result in a very unhappy and disabled cat so reputable breeders won't cross these 2 breeds due to the high risk.

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Hi. Mi munchkin kitten has an abnormaly small rib cage. She will act completely normal for a while, but then, at random, will fall over on her side and scream out painfully. These episodes last anywhere from 10 minutes, to an hour and a half, and it kills me to see mi baby in so much pain. We have taken her to the vet serveral times, but they cannot do anything for her. Munchkin kittens were bred to be small, but these 'features' are really birth defects that can sometimes be harmful to the cats themselves. The vet said that her rib cage is so small, that her lungs cannot fully…

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