The most Awesome feature of the sphynx kitten/cat is its appearance of hairlessness. The Sphynx is of small size and body conformation with substantial weight for its size. The females are generally smaller than males. The shape of the head is a modified wedge, with prominent cheekbones and whisker pads giving a squared appearance to the muzzle. They are genetically tested and cleared of over 32 genetic disorders. The body is warm and soft to the touch, with a skin texture akin to either a soft peach or a smooth nectarine. The Sphynx is sweet-tempered, lively, intelligent, and amenable to handling. My Sphynx kittens are part of our family. Sphynx kittens are ready to go to their new homes when they are socialized and ready for their new environment around 10-11 weeks old. I love talking with potential owners about my Sphynx hairless kittens and sharing pictures. The Sphynx cat is a breed of cat known for its lack of coat (fur). Hairlessness in cats is a naturally occurring genetic mutation; however, the Sphynx cat, as a breed, was developed through selective breeding. I am very proud of all of my hairless cats. I hope you enjoy browsing my website and viewing the photos of my Sphynx kittens. Our sphynx kittens come with their certified health certificate of veterinarian inspection and other necessary documents sealed in A4 envelope.
Your kitten is guaranteed to be in good health at the time you take it home. It has been dewormed at 2 weeks of age and every 2 weeks thereafter. It has been examined by a licensed verterinarian and was found to be in good health.
Your veterinarian should check your kitten within 2 weeks from the date of purchase. If your veterinarian feels that the kitten is not healthy, and has a life threatening illness, have him/her write a letter describing the problem. I will have the condition confirmed by my veterinarian. If the condition is validated, you may return the kitten for a full refund, or I will provide a replacement kitten.
If your kitten dies within the first year from a congenital defect, he/she will be replaced at no charge. An autopsy must be performed to determine the cause of death, and a letter from your veterinarian must state that the cause of death was congenital. If you breed your kitten during the first year, this guarantee is no longer valid.
As a responsible breeder, I try my best to prevent your kitten from having problems. Sometimes things go wrong, and there may be unexpected veterinarian bills. As a pet owner, you must understand that you are responsible for any veterinarian bills incurred after your kitten leaves my home.
All kittens are sold as a family companion. I cannot guarantee the breeding or show ability of any kitten.
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