About our cattery Devons come in a variety of colors and patterns and we love them all. Our main concern is health and temperament.We have mentored but prefer to work/mentor with breeders who have already bred and shown another breed. I learn from them as well.We recommend any new breeder/exhibitor to have a mentor. CFA has a mentor program and a lot of information on their site to help newbies. It’s a good place to start if you think you might want to join the cat fancy. Do a lot of homework - Go to shows - meet the breeders - and ask a lot of questions.With that being said:Breeding Devons is not easy as any committed breeder will tell you. It is recommended that before jumping into a commitment like this that you show a Devon in Premiership (altered class). If you are not going to commit to improving the breed with each generation, then purchasing a pet is a better plan for you. This is a very expensive hobby and most will not make it past the first 2 years for a number of reasons.Keep in mind that if you plan on bringing a new kitten into this world, they are your responsibility and one that should not be taken lightly.
Health Screening yes
Shipping Policy and Practice We will ship if escorted in the cabin of the plane. We are happy to meet at the airport or at our home for pick up. NO Cargo !!!
Assistance with return, rescue or re-homing of your own cats? yes
Written application for a potential buyer yes