Welcome to Love My Thai Cattery
"I simply can't resist a cat, particularly a purring one." Mark Twain
I first fell in love with the Siamese breed when I was 18 years old. My husband surprised me with a Siamese kitten because he knew how much I loved cats. Kang became my constant companion. His loyalty and loving nature won me over to the breed and I've had Siamese ever since.
I began breeding Old Style Siamese, Balinese and Colorpoints in 2003 under the cattery name My Thai. The name changed to Love My Thai in 2016. The beauty, intelligence, sense of fun, trainability, loyalty, and loving, gentle ways are the hallmarks of the breed in my opinion. In addition, my cats love to learn to do tricks. The exercise stimulates their minds and works their muscles which is so important to indoor cats.
I have been breeding Belgian Sheepdogs since 1978 and am an AKC Judge. I know the importance of breed type, structure and temperament as well as good nutrition to perpetuate a healthy line. In breeding OSS&B, I have carried over this philosophy to insure sound bodies, minds and temperaments of my cats and kittens.
Kittens are raised underfoot during the time when I am at home. I work full-time so, for safety, kittens are in large cages when I am at work or otherwise not at home. They spend as much time as possible with people.
INQUIRIES ARE MOST WELCOME
Phone calls and emails are answered promptly and information is provided about my policies at that time. Love My Thai customers are invited to visit and choose their kitten when the litter is 5 or more weeks old. Those who do visit are given priority to the availability of my kittens. I encourage customers to reserve a kitten with a deposit.
I do wish to ask customers are few questions, upon first meeting, talking with or emailing them, just to get to know one another and to determine if the Siamese breed is a good fit for them. In addition to the usual questions like What is their name, address, phone number and e mail address; I also want to know if they owned an Old Style Siamese before. How many are in their household? Are there other cats in the house? Are there children in their family? Do they live in a house or apartment. In this way I am able to better serve their needs and place kittens appropriately.
My advice to cat fanciers who are purchasing their first cat is to communicate with your kitten's breeder, feed quality food to extend the life of your cat, avoid grocery store brands, read all the latest information on vaccines, do not over vaccinate and know what rights you have at your Veterinarian's office.
I always enjoy hearing from my kittens' owners about what and how their Love My Thai kittens are doing. Pictures are very important to receive and will be published with owner's permission.