The Kaddyshack Cattery's Himalayan Breeding Cats

Thank you for your interest in our Kings and Queens; we hope that the information we have provide here about our breeders can help you make a decision regarding your future kitten needs. The links below will help you familiarize yourself with the parents of the kittens we offer at Kaddyshack. Click on the links below to view the pedigree of our Himalayan cats.

Kings

Himalayan CH malykotcik's Mire Reflection


CH Malykotcik's Mire Reflection

 

Chamagoura's Sun Tanner of Kaddyshack


Chamagoura's Sun Tanner of Kaddyshack

 

Queens

Chamagoura Lady Lexi of Kaddyshack


Chamagoura Lady Lexi of Kaddyshack


Kaddyshack Sarah Dippity
Kaddyshack Sarah Dippity


Kaddyshack Layla Grace
Kaddyshack Layla Grace


We offer Himalayan kittens for sale, and on occaision, a few Bi-Colors & Solids. All of our breeding stock have been Fe-LeukInformationFe-LeukFeline Leukemia is a viral disease seen only in cats. It can’t be transmitted to humans (even children) or to dogs or any other species., FIVInformationFIVFIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) preferentially infects white blood cells which are an essential part of a cat's immune system. The virus disables or destroys the white blood cells, and leaves its host susceptible to infections. Once a cat is infected with FIV it is infected for life and can transmit the virus if it bites another cat.

Even though this virus acts similar to the AIDS virus in people, humans are not infected with FIV.
, and PKDInformationPKDPolycystic kidney disease is an inherited kidney disease that has been found in Persians and other purebred cats. PKD is a slowly progressive disease. It clinically shows up later in life (late onset), with enlarged kidneys and kidney dysfunction on average at seven years of age. The condition is inherited and cysts are present from birth. The size of cysts can vary from less than one millimetre to several centimetres, with older animals having larger and more numerous cysts. Problems occur when these cysts start to grow and progressively enlarge the kidney, reducing the kidneys' ability to function properly. The ultimate end is kidney failure. tested Negative.

The Himalayan Cat is one of the most popular of all Persians. The Himalayan cats are shown in the following point colors: chocolate, seal, lilac, blue, red, cream tortie, blue-cream, chocolate-tortie, lilac-cream, seal lynx, blue lynx, red lynx, cream lynx, tortie lynx, blue-cream lynx, chocolate lynx, lilac lynx, chocolate-tortie lynx and lilac-cream lynx. Color is restricted to the facial mask and extremities with the body of various shades of white to fawn. Himalayans were developed by breeding Persians to Siamese to combine the Siamese point coloring with Persian type. Himalayan Cats like to play and they are active, but they like their lap time and prefer to be doing whatever you are doing! The best way to describe colorpoint Persians is to say they are "people oriented."

We make Himalayan kittens available after twelve weeks of age. After twelve weeks, kittens have had their basic inoculations and developed the physical and social stability needed for a new environment, or being transported by air. Keeping such a rare treasure indoors, neutering or spaying and providing acceptable surfaces (e.g. scratching posts) for the natural behavior of scratching are essential elements for maintaining a healthy, long and joyful life.