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What You Should Know/F.A.Q

What does Regal Rexes want from you?

We expect all of our clients to have a measure of knowledge regarding the nature, anatomy, price, and health concerns of the Devon Rex breed. We understand that some are exactly how we were when first discovering the Devon Rex breed and that is completely new. However, before we even thought about preparing to make one a part of our family, we did extensive research. And sometimes yes, that requires you to ask the breeder several questions- which we are ready to oblige. What we ask is: If you have reserves or doubts of any kind about our kittens, DO NOT request to move forward to ANY sort of payment process. We aim to work with people who know what they want and have found that in our kittens. We absolutely love our cats and DO NOT want to feel regret about placing them in a home that doesn't feel honored to have them. We cannot stress this enough. So ask questions, request updated photos frequently, and do your research!


★☆★We Are a Closed Cattery★☆★

This means that we do not allow people onto the premises to physically interact with the cats. Not only due to the safety of our health with person-to-person illnesses, but more importantly, for the safety of our cats. There are many pathogens and diseases that are highly contagious to cats that spread easily. People can pick them up from anywhere and carry them unknowingly, potentially compromising the health of the entire cattery- rendering us unable to breed ethically. We have heard many horror stories from other breeders who have allowed visitors and definitely don't want to put ourselves in that position. This is why we provide a detailed description of our kittens' personalities and post videos and photos of our available kittens. Should you desire more footage of your potential new baby, we will be more than happy to provide it!

How much are your kittens?

Currently, our kittens from CFA/TICA registered parents range from $2000-2600 based on sex, coat quality, pattern, lineage, and overall Devon representation. Our more affordable, unregistered kittens range from $1600-$1900, based on the same qualifications. This means one or both of the parents are not officially registered with CFA or TICA. The reservation fee for either is a nonrefundable $300 that is subtracted from the cost of the kitten. (Some get confused by this, so~ if the kitten is $2000 the reservation fee is $300 so the remaining balance is $1700 at pickup).


All of our cats (unless otherwise discussed) come with:


1 Year Genetic Health Guarantee

Age Appropriate Vaccinations and Dewormings

One Fast Cat Exercise Wheel Training

Standard Litter Box and Litter-Robot Training


UTD Medical Documentation


Memento From Home

★☆★Am I getting a hypoallergenic cat?★☆★


The short answer is no, because there's really no such thing. All cats produce saliva and in it is found the protein Fel D1. This is what we are allergic to and yes I mean we. The crazy thing is that my husband and I are both pretty allergic to most cats. However, there are very few breeds that cause us to have such minor allergic reactions. The Devon Rex just happened to be our favorite one! So if you are allergic to cats, chances are that you will have a much milder allergic reaction to this breed. To read our story click here!

Holds and Reservations


We have really tried to be flexible and accommodate clients in the past. But due to some abuse of our kindness, we are now becoming a bit more rigid on this. If you've got a big move coming up, a family member in the hospital, impending pregnancy, or anything else that's significantly warring for your undivided attention, please wait for a more convenient time to look for a kitten. Not only is that just a better environment for the kitten (because they are able to pick up on your anxiety) but it saves us BOTH a headache when making arrangements. A well-known ancient book says, "A wise person sees the danger and conceals himself, but the inexperienced keep right on going and suffer the consequences.".....please be wise for everyone involved. With that said, this is our policy. If you inquire about a cat, no matter how excited or perfect your family is for the kitten, or how promising our conversation has been- We cannot hold/reserve a kitten for you. There is no unspoken mutual agreement to hold the kitten under any circumstance. We cannot reserve a kitten unless a deposit is made.


How can I ensure that I reserve a kitten before anyone else? 

Wellll, you can't.....But you also can? Since we're instantly attached to the kittens at their birth and it only gets stronger as they grow, we have our own personal requirements for each kitten that we're looking for in applicants. We choose the potential new family based on compatibility with the kitten that we know intimately. Which means- WE DO NOT DO WAITLISTS. Circumstances change over the months and my head can barely stay attached, so there's no way we're going to remember everyone's story! The description profiles we provide on the website are just the surface of their personalities, so we look for those key qualities and wants that you have to match up with our babies! So just be open and honest about who you are and what you want in your new kitten when sending a kitten request message! I promise you, you'll have a better chance! Please understand our choices are not only in the best interest of the kitten but also for you! When a potential new owner is chosen, they will be notified by us and further arrangements will ensue. You'll know when a kitten is no longer available when the word "RESERVED" or "SOLD" appears at the bottom of their profile photo. If by some strange miracle that chosen potential owner can no longer take in a baby, that will be removed and they will be made available again. We make all of our announcements through Instagram so stay tuned-in there for any updates that will be later posted here!


*Does my kitten come with a health guarantee?*


Absolutely! All of our kittens come with a 1-year genetic health guarantee. Parents are tested for over 15 genetic diseases/disorders and kittens are confirmed to be in good health at the time of purchase. However, it will be the responsibility of the purchaser to have the kitten examined by a licensed veterinarian within 72 hours to confirm this. Within that 72 hour period, if found to be seriously medically deficient for some reason, we will take the kitten back and refund the asking price of the kitten including the deposit. If there is no confirmation of said visit, and you are later to find the kitten unhealthy (certificate of health and visit receipt must be provided) your health guarantee will not be acknowledged. So get your kitty checked out within 3 days of purchase!

Please don't be dead set on a kitten based on their exact colorings and coat pattern.

Kitten's coats and eye color can change dramatically from the first photo you've seen of them here to when they're fully developed as an adult. A kitten may be born with light white-colored fur and the next thing you know, colored stripes start to fade in. Or you may see that a kitten is lacking in fur/waves or even have plenty of waves as a kitten- THAT CAN CHANGE! We have seen it go both ways. So we beg you, please don't choose a kitten based on their kitten coat and eye color alone. Below is the perfect example!

Remember Tipz? (now named Lucy) This is her now. Feel old yet? (lol) All jokes aside though. Yes, this is the same cat! Notice how her coat has completely transformed! You could only faintly see a little pigment on her face as a kitten and virtually nothing on her trunk, but the color really developed as an adult! Also, her eyes are a very icy blue-gray in her kitten photo but have developed into a color that isn't the same as an adult.



​And our Spooky! He was our naked mole-rat boy that barely had any fur as a kitten! And what fur he did have was fairly straight with patches of wave. But look at him now! When searching for breeding cats I was very skeptical of: "Wait until they're about a year old and the waves will be fully noticeable." But when I witnessed this with my own eyes, I became a believer!



Will you sell an in-tact kitten? 

Please contact us directly for our most current answer!


Can you ship my kitten?

While we prefer to meet our kitten’s new family in person, we may ship them to your closest airport (within the contiguous United States) for an additional $350 fee. Be aware that this decision is subject to change at any time prior to deposit payment. Due to a major headache in the past, we will arrange the flight and give you the available options to choose from.


Are your prices firm?

Our prices are pretty solid. We love our cats and are thrilled to see how each kitten will grow physically and in personality. We spoil them from the moment we can touch them and make the mistake of getting too close and growing attached. For this reason, we are comforted to know that money isn't an issue for the potential new family. Not only do we absolutely long for a household that will spoil them rotten, but these are exotic cats and require more attention than your average tom. Food is more expensive, vet visits are more frequent, grooming, vitamins, and supplements for preventative care and plenty of play-things to keep your cat stimulated name a few no-budge costs. So if you’re asking us to lower the price, that’s an immediate red flag and we won't hesitate to flex our "right to refuse service" muscle here.


Do you offer stud services?


Hmmm….maybe. There’s got to be several things that line up for us to go through with that. If this is something that interests you, please message us directly for our most current response.

If any of your questions or concerns were not answered, feel free to contact us here!

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