About Us


We have a small CFA licensed cattery in our home.  The look of our persians is becoming more rare as the evolution of the breed has changed over the years. Our focus is breeding the original "doll face" persians.  These highly sought after persians are stunning with their adorable heart shaped face.  You may not know, but doll face Persians are closer to the original breed and we feel that needs to be protected.  Our kittens have a loving temperament, long soft fur and quiet "meows", sometimes only little squeaks :)   Our traditional pedigreed persians differ from today's "extreme face or flat faced" show Persians and also have fewer sinus and health problems that many of the flat faced persians can sometimes have.  Doll face Persians typically don't face these same issues and we feel it's important to know the difference before bringing a new persian home.

This is one special breed and they will have long soft fur which will require daily grooming.  We will answer any questions you may have and help you along the way to decide if owning a persian is a good fit for you and your family.


My sweet daughters and I take care of the kittens until deserving families can enjoy their companionship. Our fur-babies are raised with love in our home in Eagar, AZ with our three youngest children, the parents of the kittens, and one cocker spaniel/shih tzu dog :) 


They receive so much attention which ensures a highly socialized kitten who loves people!  These kittens are so social that they run up to us when we enter the room.  They love to play, be cuddled and kissed, and there is no shortage of that in this home.

We adore animals and for several years lived on a farm where we raised goats, chickens and rabbits.  We each took turns milking a dairy goat morning and night for about 2 years.  We loved the life we lived, being outdoors and away from the big city. 


After living in Tucson Arizona for 4 years, we decided the country life suited us much better and we made the move back to Eagar.  This is a nice family oriented town in the White Mountains and is about 1 hour East of Show Low, AZ.   


We all take a part in caring for, feeding, cleaning up after our Persian kittens and cats.  Regular grooming keeps their coats nice and soft as well as keeps the shedding to a minimum.... and I think it gives my girls some great responsibility in caring for animals.  A win/win 

We each will be enjoying, playing with, loving and taking care of the babies until they find their forever homes.

Our buyer's receive a care package with items we have selected for our kittens/customers to take home. 

Our Traditional Doll Face Persian Kittens are much sought after and are of premium quality and loved unconditionally!  There truly is nothing that compares to the temperment of a persian cat.  They give the love they receive.  They know they are special, and we know it too.  If you are fortunate enough to receive one of these dolls, you will have a cherished friend and member of your household to love for years to come.  


PLEASE - Don't be fooled by cheap backyard breeding.  Unfortunately, you frequently get what you pay for.  Not always, but pricing below the standard could indicate either a scam or low breeding standards. 


This breed requires daily maintenance and care and deserves the care of those who will ensure the health of the kittens AND the momma cat and not overbreed or inbreed.  We maintain the highest standards of care and cleanliness for our cats.

If you don't choose a persian kitten from us, please keep in mind the following tips:

-Find a breeder who specializes in persian cats/kittens and is not breeding man types of animals.

-Make sure the breeder has a licensed cattery

- Make sure you receive a written and signed health guarantee!

- Make sure your kitten is up to date on ALL shots prior to taking them home.  Get this proof in writing.

- Kittens should stay with momma till they are fully weaned.  Approximately 12 weeks of age.

Do your homework. Responsible breeders will have positive feedback from real customers on their facebook page, updated photos of the kittens in their new homes, have a website and clear information about how to care for your kitten, etc... Too many disappointed families have taken in a sick kitten from an unknown breeder who has low standards.  Please do not promote unhealthy breeding practices and fall victim and risk a broken heart.

Enjoy your search for your new family member.  If you have any questions, please let me know!



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Moby - Our faithful canine cocker spaniel shih tzu.