Demelza Persians
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Breeding pedigree Persian cats in Bicolour (Van, Harlequin and Classic patterns) Self & NonSelf, Chinchilla, Silver & Golden.

We breed kittens for ourselves, in the pursuit of breeding the elusive perfect show cat. 
To this end we obviously produce kittens we cannot keep, be they kittens best suited for show,  breeding or pets. 
Therefore the kittens below are available as we sadly cannot keep them all!!!

Please note that our PET kittens are sold with a strict spay or neuter agreement and  proof is required from a vet
before the registration certificate will be released.  
(This merely involves returning the completed form you will be given when you buy the kitten, after it is neutered).  

We may require references when selling to other breeders.

Our kittens are well socialised, handled and loved so they settle quickly and easily into their new homes.

When enquiring, please do tell me lots about your family, your lifestyle, location, pet experience if any, and anything else you think may be influential in me letting you have my kittens.

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Notice to Prospective Owners

Kittens are not offered to all who apply, we care very much that they have permanent, loving and safe homes to go to where they will be thoroughly spoiled and unconditionally loved.  We choose to breed Persians because out of all the many beautiful feline breeds there are, we love them the best. In each litter we are looking for potential show prospects, but understandably not all kittens necessarily meet the strict showing criteria or are suitable for our breeding programme.  This means that we sometimes have pet kittens available for loving laps in devoted, permanent homes.     

Kittens are only considered "reserved" upon receipt of a non-refundable deposit of 150 on pet kittens, 25% of the purchase price for show or breeding kittens, and all are sold under a contract of care. Deposits are considered as a serious commitment to a kitten and payment for boarding, grooming and lost opportunities for placement if a buyer changes their mind.  However, I reserve the right to refuse to sell without explanation at any time if I feel it to be in the best interests of the kitten and, in that case, any deposit which has been paid, would, of course, be refunded. Pet kittens have to be neutered at six months of age.  and the certificates supplied have to be returned to the breeder at this time as veterinary confirmation of this.

All our kittens go to their new homes complete with our comprehensive Demelza Kitten Care Booklet which gives advice on feeding, grooming, safety and general care;  fully and reliably litter trained, an accurate and full pedigree;  vaccination certificate, Royal Canin kitten booklet and free bag voucher and a toy or two.  They are fully examined by our knowledgeable vet and vaccinated twice against  flu and entiritis, as well as wormed and treated with Stronghold to guard against contracting fleas which means they are always at least 13 weeks of age when they leave us, as the GCCF advises. They are also insured for the first four weeks in their new homes using Pet Plan, when they are at their most vulnerable. Although not a condition of sale, we strongly recommend you continue with the kittens insurance once the free period expires. New kitten owners are expected to sign a contract whereby should the kitten be unable to stay in his or her new home, he will be returned to the breeder, and promising to lovingly care him or her for and neuter the kitten at the appropriate time of six months.   This contract includes a clause whereby the kitten will ONLY be allowed outside into a totally cat secure garden if supervised at all times.

We are always at the end of the telephone or e-mail for help and advice if necessary, or just to hear news of our babies throughout their lives, and we love to receive photographs, of course.  Seeing pictures of our kittens growing up, and then as adults, can really helps us to plan our future breeding programmes. 



Rainbow Bridge

When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone,  that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge.

There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together.

There is plenty of food, water and sunshine, and our furry friends are warm, happy and comfortable.

All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to vigour: those who were hurt and maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in days gone by.

The animals are happy and content apart from one thing.....they miss someone who was very special to them and who had to be left behind.

They all run and play together, but the day comes when one suddenly stops and looks into the distance...the bright eyes are intense....the little body quivers.
Suddenly he breaks away from the group, racing over the green grass, his legs  carrying him faster and faster.

You have been spotted!

And when you and your special friend finally meet, you cling together in a joyous reunion, never to be parted again.

The happy kisses rain upon your face;  your hands once again caress his beloved head
and you look lovingly  into the trusting eyes of your beloved pet, long gone from your life but never absent from your heart.

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