Starrpawzs Cattery

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      Starrpawzs Babies

      Starrpawzs has wonderful kittens! They have beauty, plus temperament, and come from a very selective breeding program.


      Breeding Scottish Folds is our hobby,
      not our business.



      Babies

      We take pride in breeding new show cats for us, and beautiful, well-adjusted, happy pets for you. All kittens are neutered or spayed before they go to their new homes.



      Straight Eared Kittens Not all Scottish Folds have folded ears - sometimes, the ears just stay straight! The straight eared cats are just as beautiful as those with folded ears, and are valuable tools in a Scottish Fold breeding program. There are also varying degrees of fold on a cats ears. Some are considered a loose eared cat, some have floppy ears, and others have airplane ears. The very tight folded eared cat, with a sound body, are those which are highly prized for the show ring. Many pet owners, however, are drawn to the straight-eared kittens and show them at shows in the Household Pet Class where they do very well.

      Scottish Fold Kittens

      All kittens are sold under contract, for the protection of both us as the Seller, and you as the Purchaser. All kittens are fully health guaranteed, and come to you thoroughly spoiled rotten.

      Starrpawzs Cattery is located just 20 minutes north of Manhattan, New York. Email Bonnie and Jacqueline for more information. Be sure to tell us what you are looking for, and a brief history on your background with cats. We'll get back to you so we can talk on the phone, as we like to carefully select and research the homes that our babies are going to.

      Here are some other kittens that we have sold:

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