Lilac male DOB 26/6/17 available

12/11/17 - Beautiful lilac boy looking for a home. He was returned to us because unfortunately he has developed a habit of chewing on wool. He has chewed holes though woollen jerseys & blankets. 


This is what his previous family say about him:

He’s is such a wonderful cat and would make someone very happy. We have put a lot of love, cuddles, time and energy into him. He is fully vaccinated now and I’ll attach a copy of his vaccination book. Otis knows not to climb on tables, he’s fully house trained and as long as he’s let out for a pee in the evening and first thing in the morning and there is access to a litter tray in the night he will always go there and prefers to go to the toilet in the garden during the day. he loves other pets and particularly loves friendly dogs like our puppy. He’s amazing with children and is happy to be carried around like a baby for ages. He’s very social and loves to investigate visitors and when he’s not around wool he’s the perfect smoochy, relaxed and very adorable Otis. He even comes in from outside when I call him. 

I have had him back home for a week now & he hasnt chewed on anything, so I think that it must just be wool that he does this to. If you are interested in him (& dont have any woollens around the home) please contact Genevieve 027 446 7051 or email 


We do not have any kittens available.
If you wish to go onto our waiting list please email us


All our kittens are house reared, having to share their environment with a variety of other cats, dogs and people.  They learn to cope with the day to day living of busy households, people and noise.  We feel our kittens could not be more socialised and ready for their new homes.



(these are cute kitten photo's - not kittens that are available)

We sell our kittens for $700, they have had their first vaccination, have been desexed, microchipped and treated for fleas and worms. They are NZ Cat Fancy registered. Our breeding cats have all been tested negative for hypokalemia (a hereditary condition causing low blood potassium) or come from parents that are negative for hypokalemia.


Colours That We Breed

Please click on each photo to see an enlarged version


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Seal                          Chocolate


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Blue                                 Lilac



If you are interested in one of our kittens or being put on our waiting list please give us a call!


Contact Julie

ph 06 357 7236