The Learning Center
Many of our customers come to us wishing to own a solid white “teacup” Persian kitten. However, because our white kittens are some of the largest in size of the kittens we breed, they are considered “toy” Persians and not “teacups”. So if you desire a small white Persian kitten to call your own, please check out our silver teacup Persian kittens for sale. Silvers along with golden kittens are without a doubt the smallest coat color variety. Genetically they are the most petite. Silver kittens are born darker in color, with silver scattered evenly throughout their coat. As they age, for the first two years of their life they actually lighten in color. By the time they reach maturity many of our silvers appear almost white! Below you can see a photo example of a silver teacup next to a solid white kitten.
A note about eyes
Because kittens are born with their eyes closed for approximately the first two weeks, they eye muscles have not yet had the chance to develop. Once a kitten opens his or her eyes, they may look a bit awkward. They almost appear cross eyed, as though their eyes are looking in two different directions. As a kitten ages and exercises their eye muscles more they will develop and adjust. Around 6+ weeks of age a kitten’s eyes have had time to adjust and they will lose their cross eyed appearance. If you see a kitten you are interested in with those very cute ”googly” eyes, no need to worry, your kitten will not need glasses nor does he or she have any problems with their sight. All kittens mature at slightly different rates!
We invite you to browse through our website and fill your heart with oohs and auhs. You may even find your new best friend staring back at you, just waiting to come join your home and heart.
How to reserve a kitten.
Our website contains three columns:
1.) The center column - General information
2.) The left column – Website pages & Deposit Button
3.) The right column – Thumbnails of current available kittens
Down towards the bottom of the left column, there is a light gold Paypal reservation button.
Simply fill in the name of the available kitten you want to reserve. This button is set by default to $250, but you can enter another amount if you wish. Shortly after placing the deposit we will be in touch with additional information to complete the purchasing process.
You can also pay for a kitten in full. Simply enter the purchase amount and the kitten’s nursery name. Paying in full or placing a deposit is the only way to secure a kitten. Purchasing from us is on a first come first serve basis. Applications without names or working phone numbers will be discarded. All applications are reviewed by us before they are approved. Once you’ve placed an application and/ a security deposit someone will be in contact with you within 24 hours.
Please keep in mind we work with numerous customers on a daily basis, as well as caring for our dear kittens. We try our very best to contact everyone in a timely manner. If you haven’t heard from us within the 24 hour window or have a questions please feel free to contact us via our phone number listed.
Below is a short explanation of the terms we use regarding the sales of our kittens. Although a kitten may say “reserved” or “sale pending” that doesn’t guarentee that particular kitten’s sale will be completed. Sometimes customers do place a deposit, but never follow through with a purchase. Please remember all deposits are non-refundable.
A kitten’s status is located next to his or her nursery name.Available = The kitten is currently available. No deposit has been placed. Sale Pending = A customer is in communication with us in regards to that particular kitten.
Reserved = A customer has asked us to apply their paid deposit waiting list fee to a particular kitten, or another customer has placed a deposit on that kitten. Sold= A customer has paid the full purchase price on a particular kitten(s). These kittens are no longer available and will be taken off our site shortly and their pictures will be placed on our “Peek into the Past” page which showcases our past kittens.