Cellini Cattery is a CFA registered Cattery
Home for top quality Himalayan cat and kitten
FELV, PKD Negative, DNA tested Cattery
Cellini Cattery is a CFA registered Cattery that provided top quality Himalayan kitten. We offer many Himalayans of many colors including the rare Chocolate and Lilac point. Other colors include the blue point, blue cream point, seal point, and tortie point. All the kittens are well-socialized before they go to their new home as they are raise underfoot with a lot of love and attention. These are high quality kittens which will not only make great pets but will also do well in shows and for breeding purposes. These cats breeding rights will not and do not sell to the breeder within the Pacific Northwest Pacific Region. Our goal is to raise healthy, happy, and top-notch Himalayan kittens. All of our cats in our cattery PKD negative DNA Tested or out of PKD negative parents. Cellini Cattery is a Feline Leukemia Virus(FeLV)free cattery. We also offer one year written health guarantee on the kittens on genetic, this guarantee is guarantee against congenital defects.
About Himalayan Cat
The history of the Himalayan is well known and documented. Experimental breeding of Himalayans took place in the United States and England as far back as the early 1920's when the Persian and Siamese breeds were bred together, but actual recognition as a purebred cat did not come until 1957 in USA. The name Himalayan because their coat patterns were similar to that of the rabbits and goats with the same coloring found in the Himalayans in Asia. Early Himalayan cats looked more like Siamese but now have the same head and body type as other Persians.
The Himalayan is one of the most popular of all Persians. They have a round head, short nose, large round eyes, small ears and heavy boned, cobby body of the Persian coupled with colored points like Siamese. One of the most striking characteristics is their eye color, which is vivid blue.
Himalayan coat and color
Point colors include red point seal point, chocolate point, blue point, lilac point, tortie point, blue-cream point. Tabby points are also possible and becoming more popular. The Himalayan has a coat is long and thick, and requires daily combing and regular bathing, so this is not an easy care breed. They are also best kept as indoor cats.
Along with their striking appearance, Himalayan have a wonderfully outgoing and engaging personality being extremely affectionate, playful and endearing. Many Himalayan fanciers would say they are the most outgoing of all Persian cats.