How to get one of our kittens
Updated: Dec 29, 2019
First, check on the "Current Availability" tab to see if we have kittens right now, or when the next litter is expected.
You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know what you are looking for. We will send you photos of kittens that meet your needs.
If you are not sure what you are looking for, the best thing is to schedule a visit through the Bookings tab. You can spend time with the kittens and parents, ask questions, and get an idea of what you want. You can book directly on line or email us your availability.
If a visit is booked, please cancel if you can't make it. Also notify us of your ETA if running late. We are a family home and not a business with an open door. We do our best to accommodate your schedule, but please respect our time as well.
If kittens are under 8 weeks, we accept deposits of $150 to hold the kitten of your choice for you. However, the kitten must be picked up within 48 hours of the release date or a boarding fee will incur. If kitten is not picked up within a week of the release date, deposit will be forfeited and kitten will be sold. We have instituted this new policy due to the number of people pushing back their pick-up dates or defaulting altogether. It is easier for a younger kitten to adjust to the new home, so as soon as the kitten is ready we need to work around that window of time.
If kittens are 8 weeks or over, no deposits are accepted. First come, first served. Make sure to bring a cat carrier and have cat food, litter box, and cat tree ready at home.
Do not engage in haggling over the price of the kitten. Our kittens are treasured family members and are not “things” in a bazaar. Occasionally we will drop the price if we have back to back litters, if a depositor defaults (happens every now and then surprisingly), or if the kittens have reached 4 months or older. If you don't have the money to give our cats top quality care, then please adopt a shelter pet instead and save a life while saving money.
Very rarely we get adult cats back that need rehoming. These cats are spayed/neutered, healthy and have had all shots. If interested in obtaining an older cat, send an email to be put on the list in case one becomes available. There would be a small rehoming fee.
So far we have been very lucky not to have any kittens with special needs. We give a generous written health guarantee that even covers vermin, such as fleas, ticks, ear mites and worms. Out of all our litters, we have had one kitten with an umbilical hernia and we paid for the repair. We had another kitten with a heart murmur and we paid for the vet care until the murmur became undetectable. We would not knowingly sell a kitten with any problem or concern, and will work with you should any issue arise. When you buy one of our cats, you become our extended family and we are always here for advice and love to get photo updates!
Follow us on the Gram @siamesesealpointkittens and you can see some of our prior cats following us, including our international fashion magazine cover boy Pluto, who recently adopted baby brother Hans from his mom Layla’s newest litter. Also check out the adventures of Gronk and Koko, who are quintessential Manhattanites living their best life. Our cats are with Broadway stars, renowned artists and authors, doctors, lawyers, psychiatrists, psychologists, professors,teachers, financiers, and other loving families.
Occasionally we sell to other small home catteries and provide mentorship for new breeders who already have a sire of dam that meets the breed standards. Under no circumstances will we sell siblings to breed with one another! We only sell breeding rights with kittens suitable for breeding and only to pre-vetted small home breeders that have been in contact with us to discuss their plans. We provide stud services to unrelated local females that meet breed standards and have a certificate of health from a vet.