are a part of
farm life in the Midwest.
When we purchased our farm we brought a few with us,
but there were a number of
wild ones that already were living in the outbuildings.
They multiply quickly.
We find that the males
tend to wander off,
but the females stay.
While we try to spay and neuter the cats that make
our farm home,
it only takes one female to provide us with another litter of kittens.
we feed both our house cats and outdoor cats, our Vet tells us that
they earn their keep
many times over.
We have no rodent problems and the cats devour many crop destroying grasshoppers
as well as other insect pests.
While being farm cats, our felines are more appropriately described as people cats.
The kittens are accustomed to being around us from birth.
Their biggest danger is being stepped on by one of us.
Sophie and Freddie Joe
may be prejudiced,
but we think our cats are special.
Most love to be with people.
We have some that follow us around in the fields like dogs.
The lazier ones,
simply await our return.
time to time
we have kittens to give away
to good homes.
If you are ever looking for a beautiful kitten
with a wonderful personality, keep us in mind.
By taking one of our kittens,
you are assured of having a
well adjusted cat.
Email us for more information.
Princess and August 15, 2005 Litter
Princess and February 24, 2007 Litter
|Kitten 1 - Tiger (Male)
given to Donna of Missouri
- Chevy (Male)
given to Ryan of Missouri
given to Matrisha of Missouri
|Kitten 4||ZOEY'S LITTER||Kitten 5|
- FRITZ (Male) Now named Mr.
given to Gregg and Brenda of Missouri