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This is the part I dread about breeding cats.  I hate to part with them.  As a matter of fact, it kind of breaks my heart to have to part with any of my pets (which is why I usually keep them all.  However, I have to do what is best for them, and for all of our cats.  

This is Dizzy.  She is five years old and spayed.  She does not play well with others.   One minute she will get along ok, the next she is chasing and beating up another cat.  If it was just once in awhile, it  would not be a problem.  When they act like this they have to be separated from the rest of the cats.  It isn't fair to them, but it isn't fair to the other cats to get beaten up on all of the time.

Now when it comes to human's, this girl is great.  She loves us and is as gentle as you can expect a cat to be :).   

She would do best in a home with older children that can respect her cues that when she has had enough,  leave her alone.  She is sassy, but lovable, and will be your best friend if you brush her.  

I have had Dizzy since she was about ten weeks old.  She has been raised the same as all of our other cats, but cats have distinct personalities like people, and they will act different from one another no matter how raised.  With that being said, Dizzy does not like strangers.  She will hide.  As a matter of fact, when you first take her home, it is best to lock her in a bedroom with all of her essentials (preferably yours) and leave her be.  Let her come out on her own.  It will be a big adjustment for her since she is an adult.  It will take time.  It could very well take her a couple of weeks to come out and trust you.  Once she does, you are golden. 

I will be taking multiple applications on her to find her the best fit.  It may take me a month or more to make a decision.  I need to make sure that the person getting her understands her issues, and has the financial ability to afford to care for her if vet care is needed.  So you need to think about whether or not you can afford $200-$800, or more, if something should ever arise and she needs care.  It is a lot of money for anyone, but if your thoughts are that cats are disposable and you'd rather put her down rather than pay a vet. I don't want her going to you.

Dizzy is up to date on her all of her vaccines, and has always been a healthy cat.    


Adoption fee is what I spend to spay.  Her fee is $130