Free Range Naked Sphynx

Sphynx, Elf, Dwelf and Bambino Cats

We stand behind our kittens and adoptive families like we’d want to be treated. Our goal is for adoption to be an exciting and rewarding experience for both the buyer and the kitten.

When you adopt from us, your kitten or cat will:

  • * Be raised by hand in a loving home, never caged or kenneled
  • * Be always be spayed or neutered before they go home
  • * Include a one-year congenital warranty against HCM
  • * Have received all three sets of their infant vaccinations
  • * Have received routine deworming and a fecal float test
  • * Are delivered by hand in person via plane, auto, or home
  • * Have us as a resource for the entire life of your cat

All our adult cats are scanned for HCM, a genetically inherited, fatal heart affliction. All parents clear two HCM scans before they are allowed to become parents. We have spent years outcrossing our bloodlines to minimize HCM in our cats and their future offspring.

We work hard to make sure that you get a kitten that is pleasing to the eye, but more importantly, has personality traits that fit your lifestyle. We created early stage bonding practices, so your kitten will associate your scent with love, comfort, protection and safety. These cats attract people because of their unique look. But it’s the sweet, compassionate, brilliant, loving personality that win people over. They are like dogs in cats clothing. They love to be with their humans and play fetch and hide-n-go-seek. Cats with hair are just cats. These naked cats are family.

208-789-3183 10:00AM to 7:00PM
TICA and CFA Registered Cats

Side note: Unfortunately the cat fancy can be nasty and judgmental. I have found that some breeders feel they need to badmouth others to make their own cats look better, or to sway a decision of a new buyer. Adopting a new family member is an emotional experience, and every new parent wants a happy, healthy, adjusted kitty that will be with them for many years to come.

Regardless of whom you adopt from, if you can, visit the home where they live. Do not adopt from breeders that cage their animals, or if they can’t produce the parents of the kitten you’re looking at. Request references, and call them.