With our running partnership with some of the best veterinary clinics in the state, you can be assured any Munchkin Kitten For Sale you acquire from us is 100% Healthy and has all the Health Records as proof.



Being a family we run munchkin kittens cattery, we endeavour  our munchkin kittens get the very best home training and norms to live in any welcoming household.


Munchkin Kittens For Sale

We have an outstanding variety of Munchkin Kittens available throughout the year.  We accept deposits to go on our waiting list for future Munchkin Kittens for sale so that you do not miss out on the perfect one of these tiny kittens that are in incredibly high demand.  If you buy your Munchkin or Minuet kitten from us you are not only getting a top-quality kitten from excellent bloodlines that has gotten top of the line care and attention, but you are also getting a fantastic health and genetic guarantee and the peace of mind that we are available to you seven days a week for support and will be here for many years to come.  Our standard rug hugger Munchkin and Teacup kittens are some of the most sought-after kittens in the world and you and your friends and family will marvel at the uniqueness and incredible cuteness of your cat that will forever resemble a kitten and have adorable short little legs!  You will never regret your purchase of one of these spectacular kittensSuppose you are looking for a forever best friend to cuddle and purr, sit on your lap or sleep on your bed. In that case, Munchkin Kittens Cattery offers a beautiful addition to your family. If you wish to breed, we have registered cats and kittens to produce happy, healthy offspring. The right selection is very important for the correct result. We have the experience and the knowledge to help in any situation.


History of Munchkin kittens

The Munchkin cat was first introduced to the general public in 1991 via a national network televised cat show held by The International Cat Association (TICA) in Davis Oklahoma. However, the breed would not be officially recognized at that time. Critics predicted that the breed would develop back, hip and leg problems similar to those that plague some Dachshunds. For many years, the Munchkin breed was not accepted in feline competitions due to the controversial breeding. Dr. Solveig Pflueger, a show judge, geneticist, and Chairperson of TICA’s Genetics Committee was a strong advocate for the official recognition of the breed. Pflueger was also a breeder of Munchkin cats herself, having been initially sent two cats from Hochenedel. Amidst much controversy, the Munchkin was proposed as a new breed by foundation breeders Laurie Bobskill and Robert Bobskill of Massachusetts and accepted by TICA into its New Breed development program in September 1994. One veteran show judge Katherine Crawford resigned in protest, calling the breed an affront to breeders with ethics. The Munchkin breed achieved TICA Championship status in May 2003.