Munchkin kittens in Saskatchewan

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Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:

Regina, SK and area (Canada)

About Our Rescue Group:

People for Animals of Saskatchewan Inc. (P.F.A.) is a local, non-profit, volunteer-run animal welfare organization which works to assist companion animals in need and to educate people about the humane treatment of pets and other animals.

In addition to conducting animal rescue and rehabilitation operations - cats and dogs found by caring citizens on the street, on farms, and under abandoned houses and businesses - we provide them with necessary veterinary care such as spay/neuter, identification, vaccination and rehabilitate these animals for adoption into loving homes.

We trap, neuter/spay, and release feral cats back into colonies followed by long term care and feeding.

Finally, we feel strongly that education is the key to success in addressing the severe plight of overpopulation. We educate the public on the importance of sterilization, responsible pet care, the relationship between animals and the environment, and the benefits of well-maintained feral cat colonies.

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I have a munchkin. The disposition

by countreeprincess

Varies from cat to cat but the ones I've been around have been very lovey and playful. They tend to stay "kittenish" longer and they do NOT have any trouble doing anything a cat with long legs does. They can have the common health problems of most cats and may(mine didn't/don't)sometomes have later life arthritis/joint disorders. Cattery cats from bad catteries also have a higher risk of URI,FIP and other "communal" diseases.
When you find a breeder/s look for cleanliness,check bloodlines and breeding records,ask to see vet records/tests and see where the cats are kept(i.e not caged unless in season) ask for references from other show people and buyers

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FAQ

Boxer Lover
Munchkin kittens???

Anybody else disgusted with this mutated cat breeding that has been going on? I actually just found out about them today. Note the prices for these kittens.


http://www.munchkins.com/

It is a shame, the kittens are the ones suffering, and they will have health problems, I saw 3 of these at a Louisville, Ky show last year. they were cute as buttons ,but the legs, poor babies.....no length......but the lady there was showing how versatile they are, and even with shorty legs, those little guys can jump high and they did not fall back, were very sturdy..

but, one poster is right, as long as they are bred, the people will buy them.....and they are a legal registered breed......

the price, bet the link you furnished, they sell like hot…

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