CH Dreamwalk's Ravenwyndde
Photo by Carl Widmer
|CH Tarazed's Questar
Photo by Vickie Jackson
|Chez Cheri's Pendragon
Photo by Winthrop
Birman kittens are usually born between April and August. They are
available for placement when they are at least four months old.
Kittens are kept in the cattery until they are four months old
to insure that they have had all the vaccinations that they will
need for their first year of life before they are placed.
Massachusetts state law requires that all cats and kittens be
vaccinated for rabies. The rabies vaccine is not given prior
to four months of age.
Occassionally, adult Birmans are available for adoption. These
are cats that have "retired" from showing and/or breeding. Adult
Birmans are available in exchange for a tax-deductible contribution
Winn Feline Foundation.
NOTE: The cats pictured in the header portion of this page are shown for
your viewing enjoyment.
When pictures of available cats and kittens are developed, they will be
added to the section below.
Birmans Currently Available for Adoption
- "Shiraz" - blue point male, born May 22, 1995, very sweet, a bit shy.
- "Rory" - blue point male, born May 21, 1994, very affectionate
Birmans remain a relatively uncommon breed. Cats and kittens are not
always available when a potential buyer would like. Seal and blue
point Birmans generally are more likely to be available than other
colors and patterns. Chocolate, lilac, red factor and lynx point
Birmans can be difficult to find.
If the Birman that you want is not available, we will be happy to
keep your name on file until one becomes available.
In addition, we will be happy to refer you to other breeders who may
have the Birman you want.