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GlasSlipper Traditional Siamese Cats

A home without a cat -- and a well-fed, well-petted, and properly revered cat -- may be a perfect home, perhaps, but how can it prove title? -- Mark Twain


CFA Traditional Applehead Lilac Point Siamese Stud, Thomas O'Malley

Cattery News

WOW!! New Kittens! LouLou delivers TWELVE!!
    Here at GlasSlipper Cattery we raise exceptional, traditional, applehead Siamese kittens for adoption into exceptional homes. Our babies are raised underfoot, handled daily and come pre-spoiled. Our Siamese are CFA registered which guarantees at least eight generations of pedigree. Our kittens are healthy, playful and just plain beautiful. If you're looking for a top quality applehead Siamese you've come to the right place! Take a look around the site, especially at the Kitten News, and find the perfect pet, straight from our family to your family.

   If you're a breeder looking to add the prestige of the GlasSlipper name to your pedigrees, call soon. We still have a few top quality breeding animals you might be interested in. Once they're gone we really have no idea how many breeding quality cats will be available since we'd rather sell pets when ever possible.

Cindy's Plans

   She's off and running! Starting very soon Cindy will be entering university full-time in pursuit of a degree in veterinary medicine. What, exactly, this means for GlasSlipper Cattery is anybody's guess. We're trying to stay fluid, however. Our cattery has always been more than just a hobby to the two of us. It's been an avocation, an obsession, a holy grail. There's nothing we'd rather do than raise the absolutely best Siamese cats possible and we're pleased that we're pretty good at it. But, something's got to give. We've got two toddlers and, persuasive as we can be we've not been able to convince them to move to South America. Grant's health hasn't been the best for the last year or two. Unfortunately, it doesn't look to be getting better any time soon. See how the squeeze is on?

   There's no way around it, we have to cut back. We're reducing our numbers drastically. We're going to produce less than half the number of kittens we've had in the past.

   What this means for you, the kitten loving public, is this: our cats are going to be harder to come by. Sorry to say but the days of long waiting lists are coming back. If you're interested in acquiring one of our well-breed, highly sought-after  pet kittens it would be a good idea to contact us as soon as possible and get on the list. 

Rescue Cats

   During our time as cat breeders we've met all kinds of people who breed cats in all kinds of situations, some good and some, well, not so good. One thing that's clear is that those who love cats will hold on to them long beyond a reasonable time.

   We were recently contacted by a local "backyard" breeder who found herself in just such a situation. She fell ill and, despite knowing how difficult it would be, tried desperately to hold on to her cats. Which proved impossible. As a result we now have several poorly socialized cats that we have promised to find new homes for. These are not registered Siamese, though that is what they look and act like. They appear healthy -- one little guy has special dietary needs, however. As stated, none of them are well socialized though they will likely settle down given the right environment.

   They are beautiful animals! We just could not allow them to be put down. Our space and time is very limited, though. We need help! Please contact us if you have the patience and desire to offer one (or more!) of these unlucky kitties a second chance and a permanent home. Jump to our Rescue Cats page for more information.

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