Searching for the purrr-fect kitten for your family? Why not one of our purebred CFA registered Old Style Balinese?
Investigate the cat that stays a kitten well into it's teens, has captivating electric blue eyes, has a silky soft non-matting nor shedding coat. Will retrieve and come to it's name like a puppy. Loves other cats, dogs and kids and is not bothered by noise, activity or a busy household.
These Balinese cats are just such a breed - actually it is a longer-haired refinement of the original Old Style Siamese sometimes referred to as Applehead Traditional, is a genetic subset. This is a very hardy, healthy choice, one that will fit into any lifestyle. This is a loving lap cat for either a one person home or a multi-person situation. The best part is that the Balinese has all of these wonderful characteristics with so much intelligence and little work.
All my spoiled Traditional Balinese kittens are raised in our home with other kittens and older cats and "Cassandra" our "cat-sized dog" (a Shitzu-Pomeranian cross). My home is like "DisneyWorld for Cats" and by allowing the kittens to experience differing and increasing challenges & situations and always prevailing these "Champions" will adapt your individual home situation with ease.
The Adoption Fee is All-Inclusive !
Airfare is Additional, but minimal
The cost of Adoption includes all kitten immunizations, Veterinarian visits and Florida or special interstate health certificates, even a highest quality airline-approved carrier that will last the life of your cat, our making all flight arrangements and our taking the kitten to Palm Beach International Airport for you, and especially my personally written 50 page "New Kitten Manual" covering almost everything including food, feeding, litter, integration into the new home, even easy claw clipping, toilet training, bathing, and more).
Please call me at (863) 675-4075 (preferred) or email me and I will be happy to give you more information and on my spoiled Traditional Balinese Baby Kittens . . . Purrs, Aunt Bea.
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Beatrice Dore' "Aunt Bea"
(Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or Palm Beach Airports)