Specializing in Doll Face Persian Kittens for Sale since 1989 – A+ rating with the BBB! Himalayan and Exotic Shorthair Persian Kittens also available!

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Security Deposits

We are NOT a pet store, an online kitten application must be approved prior to placing a deposit. You can fill that application out by clicking HERE

All deposits are taken in good faith and are 100% NON-REFUNDABLE so please be sure you are serious about purchasing a kitten from us.

Living Art
We specialize in highly unique, ultra rare and one of a kind Persian coat colors. If you are one of those people that crave originality in life, you have arrived at the right website. We offer an array of designer patterns synchronized with elaborate custom colors. The majority of our kittens are like one of a kind Picasso paintings. We hope you enjoy your visit to our furry purry art gallery.
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Kitten Toys & Towers

Kitten Toys & Towers

Training Your Kitten

We find it important to train all of our Persians, young or old, to use a scratching post instead of our nice furniture. Providing the right tools and investing a bit of time has proved to be key! We have had great success throughout the years and have created well-mannered pets in the process. But what happens when our kittens arrive in their new homes? Below are some great tools and advice on how to train your cat or kitten to use a scratching post.

Scratching is a completely normal cat behavior and serves many purposes. Most importantly the act of scratching removes the worn out outer nails sheaths exposing new ones, keeping your feline’s paws healthy. Scratching is also a form of exercise and in some cases play. As your cat or kitten scratching their claws they also stretch out their bodies, which we are sure feels pretty good! Scratching is also an activity which helps fight off stress and boredom. Lastly, scratching is a way for your kitty to mark his/her territory. All felines have glands located between their paw pads which leave orders behind letting other cats know that that area has been claimed.

The number one reason cats may scratch furniture is that they are not provided with an adequate scratching post and other toys.

Starting with the right tools will make the transition from our home to your seamless. Even though our Persians are petite, they love to stretch their bodies out when using a post or scratching board. Providing one that is of an appropriate size is important.  Most cats like to scratch a vertical surface that is tall enough for them to fully arch their backs. You also want to make sure that the kitty condo or post is sturdy so it won’t tip over. Offering a variety of appropriate scratching toys is also a great idea.

Two of the most common scratching toys for cats are sisal rope posts (vertical) and cheaper/disposable cardboard scratchers (horizontal). We highly recommend BOTH! Below is a large variety of scratching tools for your new furry family member. The options are truly endless!

Click the image of the tower you like to be directed to where to purchase it!

Scratching Posts for Kittens

 

 

 

Towers & Scratching Posts for Older Kittens & Adults

 

Featured Available Kittens

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Exotic Shorthair Persian

Doll Face Persian Kitten

Silver Tortie Kitten

Chinchilla Silver Persian Kitten

Chinchilla Golden Persian Kitten

Black & White Bicolor Persian

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