Kitten application


Kitten purchase application

Have you fallen for one of our kittens? Apply to be matched with the perfect friend for your family!

To be considered for adoption, you must:

Be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide medical treatment and proper care of your Siberian cat for the rest of its life (15+ years).

Intend to provide a lifelong home, even if that means that you will need to make choices about pet-friendly rentals, job applications, and so on.
Be 18 years of age or older.

Preference is given to purchasers who apply for a pair of kittens or have another young cat at home.

If you are approved, you will be contacted with more information so that you can get to know the babies and their personalities. Applicants must live within the United States, and out-of-state applicants must be willing to either travel to New England to pick up your baby or have the kitten couriered to their local airport. We are no longer able to ship kittens cargo.



Note: Completion of this application does not guarantee adoption of an animal.

We provide everything for your kitten – you just bring the love.

Spay/neuter, at your choice
Veterinarian health exam
Three rounds of viral vaccine
Rabies vaccine
Two-year inherited condition warranty
Guaranteed FeLV and FIV negative
Veterinarian-designed worming and anti-coccidia program
TICA registration
Kitten food and litter to ease your transition

In-person visit policy

As of mid-2024, COVID restrictions have eased enough that we are comfortable welcoming you to visit your kitten after the first vaccines are given, at 8+ weeks. We are committed to kitten safety, so all visits take place on our comfortable enclosed front porch and we expect that you’ve taken common-sense kitten safety steps, such as not visiting other litters or breeders in the prior 48 hours.


In a stern British professorial voice: An invitation to visit does not mean that you will be picking out your kitten in person. Kittens are reserved prior to four weeks, long before they can safely be vaccinated, and we do not hold kittens without a deposit. 


Finally, we do not generally hold “allergy visits.” This is for two reasons: First, we have managed feral cats in our area for many years and we have multiple rescue cats that will cause you to react to our home (usually as soon as you step out of your car). Second, we have found that single visits are almost never reliable indications of whether you’ll have allergies to a kitten you buy from us. Potential allergic reactions are covered by our existing return policy, which means that if you have a moderate to severe reaction when you bring your kitten home, we will gladly accept it back and refund your purchase price.


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There's no charge to be on our waiting list; we take deposits only when we match you with a kitten.