Available Kurilians

Currently we have two Kurilian Bobtail Kittens available for adoption.

Oksana1This is OrchidBobs Oksana she is a Black Silver Mackerel Torbie, Longhair, Kurilian Bobtail.
Oksana was born on 23 February 2016.

Her Sire is KetoiCZ Kioki Elijah of OrchidBobs, and her Dam is Champion SunnyKurilians SweetP of OrchidBobs.

Oksana has been spayed and she is ready to go to a new home. She is a sweet girl and can keep up with her brothers.
This is OrchidBobs Olezka he ia a Brown (Black) Mackerel Tabby, Longhair, Kurilian Bobtail.

He is Oksana's brother and was born on 23 February 2016.

His Sire is KetoiCZ Kioki Elijah of OrchidBobs, and his Dam is Champion SunnyKurilians SweetP of OrchidBobs.

Olezka has been neutered and is ready to find his new home. He is very playful.

The Kurilian Bobtail Cat is a slow to mature breed, taking as long as five years to reach full size and maturity.

Pet kittens are altered, for a female that is a spay surgery, for a male that is neuter surgery, before they are placed in a new home.  Altering surgery is not done until the kitten weighs at least four pounds.

At OrchidBobs Cattery kittens are not released until they are at least sixteen weeks of age or older.  It is imperative that kittens be allowed to remain with their mother and litter mates until they develop appropriate social skills.  This includes good litterbox habits, the use of an appropriate scratching post and understanding that biting or scratching is not acceptable play with humans.  Kittens learn their play habits from their mother and litter mates and soon understand what is too aggressive when playing together.

No Cats or Kittens are shipped as cargo from OrchidBobs Cattery.  If you are not able to come to OrchidBobs to pick up a cat or kitten arrangements can be made for appropriate transportation to your home.

All OrchidBobs litters are registered with either ACFA [American Cat Fanciers Association], CFF [Cat Fanciers’ Federation] or TICA [The International Cat Association] and all kittens are placed with a registration certificate from one of these associations and a 4 generation pedigree.

Breeder kittens or cats are placed only with catteries that have a cattery registered with any of the three associations listed above and breeders are required to join the Kurilian Bobtail Breed Group in at least one association.

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