Munchkin Kittens

Four litters of long-haired LaPerms:

Born March 15:  - Calico LaPerm female, shown below

Born May 26:  Black Laperm male & Black Tabby female, shown below

Born June 15:  Black LaPerm male, & Black LaPerm female, (new photos coming)

Born June 21:  Color Point male and female, shown below

These kittens are ready for their new homes!

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Kittens are ready for their new homes
typically once they are 12 weeks of age.


Born May 26:
Black Tabby LaPerm female

This little girl is ready 
for her new home. 

She's an active girl and she likes to play and then cuddle and be petted.


She is alert and inquisitive.



This little girl has a lot of confidence, and she definitely keeps up with her active brother!





She is a long coated tabby. 
Her coat will grow as she matures. 


This little boy was born to the same parents as the tabby girl. 
The photo on the right is the same boy at about 6 months old, taken by his owners.


Born May 26:
Black LaPerm male

This active little boy is ready 
for his new home. 

He has a sweet personality,
and loves to run and play.

His coat is very soft and fine, and the color is changing to grey. 

This has been typical of other black kittens from this father and mother.

Please see photos of Cosmo and Cake, taken by their new owners, shown at the Testimonials page. 

They are previous boys of this father and mother.  Their coats looked similar when they were the age of this kitten.





This boy is well behaved and doesn't get into things or push the limits, but he likes to chase and play with his sister and then snuggle and rest so he can play more later on!






Silas is the father, shown below:


 Silas and Phoebe are the parents of the two kittens above. 
They previously have had three other black kittens, including Cake.
Each has developed a grey interim coat, remaining apparent to 6 months old 
as their curly adult coats have come in later on. 

This boy is very affectionate 
with the other kitties - and with me! 




Born March 15:
Talitha - Calico LaPerm female
This petite girl is ready for her new home



Talitha is a sweet little girl with a very thick coat.  She has cute striped front legs and looks like shes's wearing leggings with little white socks on. 


She has lots of curls everywhere - curls upon curls!


Her coat has been extremely stable with no coat loss or thinning as a kitten.





Talitha's coat is still growing, and may get even longer.  She has long white hair on her tail and curly whiskers!



Born June 15:
All black male and female
$1100 each

These kittens are the offspring of Silas.  They will be ready for their new homes at 12 weeks of age. 


His kitten coat has some white hairs throughout
just like other black offspring of Silas
when they were young.



This is the boy. 
He is playful and active.  He has a thinning kitten coat, and can be expected to have a long coat as he grows.





He plays well with all the other kitties.

This is the girl. 
She is playful and active too.  Her coat is long, with thinning of this temporary kitten coat beginning on her head and neck.  She can be expected to have a long coat also.


Silas' previous offspring, now named Sagan.


Born June 21:
Seal Point male 
Long coat

Nathan is ready for his new home.

*Please note, Nathan has a 
very tender personality. 
He needs a low-key environment.
He is not recommended for 
a home with other pets or small children.




This boy has striking blue eyes, offset by his dark mask 
and curly white whiskers 
and brows.



His coat is fine and soft. 

It can be expected that his coat will continue to grow, and has barely begun to look like an adult coat. 



He is vocal and playful. 






Nathan is small for his age. 



Born June 21:

Tortie-Point female

Although Naomi is old enough 
to go to her new home,
her coat has not come in,
she still has a thin, short,
kitten coat.


This is the sister of Nathan, and it is not unusual for the 
female kittens to mature 
slower than the males.




There will be more photographs of 
Naomi, when her coat lengthens
and thickens.




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