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Kurly Katz is a small in-home CFA registered cattery located in Maricopa AZ specializing in Selkirk Rexes. I am new to cat breeding 2023 but not to breeding itself. I have bred Silky Terriers, Cockapoos, and Springer Spaniel pups over the last 20+ years.
I am a mom to 12 kids, currently 10 still live at home, so we have a very active home. We also have 3 dogs, a variety of cats, including Sphynx, Lykoi, Persian, a few strays and now my Selkirk Rexes. I worked for a cat rescue and fostered many orphaned kittens; some still reside in my home. I am looking forward to this new journey!
What is a Selkirk Rex?
Often called a poodle cat, little lamb, or teddy bear, no matter the name the cuteness is the same. Selkirk Rexes are a medium to large breed cat. Famous for their curly/wavy hair which can be either long or short. The curly gene is dominant but not all Rexes come curly. Despite having thick and luxurious coat, they require little grooming. A good combing (don't use a brush) once a week will retain their silky waves. Doing this will keep their hair from accumulating around the house as the Selkirk Rex does shed moderately. Make sure not to over brush unless you like the frizzies. When bathing keep in mind to use a light shampoo as a thick one will make their hair fall flat.
Is the Selkirk Rex a good fit for your family?
In addition to their thick coat they are a healthy active breed. Selkirk Rexes are very loving and affectionate, which makes them a great family friendly cat. They love attention and may follow you around until they get what they want; snuggles galore! It is important to keep them occupied with toys and other energy outlets as they tend to get bored without people around.
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The deposit is $500 and kittens are chosen in the order the deposits are received.
Yes, for an additional fee. Please contact for more details.
I am able to take payments via Zelle, Venmo or Cash App.
I will need to ask you a few questions, once approved a $500 NON-REFUNDABLE deposit is required, it will go towards the adoption price. If you back out of the adoption you forfeit your deposit. The deposit puts you on a waiting list and you will choose your kitten in the order the deposits were received. If I receive more deposits than available kittens you will be moved to the next litter. If something were to happen to your reserved kitten you will be offered another when available.