You may be thinking why should you breed cats? Aren't there enough cats already? There are indeed many cats in the world, but a good breeder always puts the interest of the cat first. He or she tries to bring the best possible cat into the world. This takes a lot of time, energy and money. As a result, the purchase of a kitten is also much higher than for example, from a shelter. The advantage is that it prevents impulse purchases from being made. An Angora will likely accompany you for 10-15 years in your life, possibly longer. Such a buddy is great, but you have to think about it carefully.
The Turkish Angora is a relatively unknown breed, there are only a handful of breeders active in the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Germany. And that's a shame, because this fantastic breed deserves more attention. We therefore strive to introduce this ancient breed to more people on a small scale.
To breed healthy Angoras, health and hygiene comes first here! We have our adult females and males tested for FIV (cat AIDS) and FeLV (feline leukemia) and white kittens have a hearing test to make sure they are not deaf.
For enthusiasts (not for breeding), the kittens leave the cattery castrated or sterilized, this is a legal requirement in Flanders since 2014.
The kittens move at the earliest at the age of 12 to 13 weeks, then they are vaccinated twice, fully dewormed, chipped and registered. They then leave with a nice pedigree and a European passport. Our kittens are always spayed before going to their new homes.
If a kitten is sold for breeding, it will only be sold to Cattery's who - just like me test their queens and kings and have an approval number (in Belgium). Kittens with a breeding purpose have a different pricing.
We ask for a family kitten € 1000.00