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We believe that cats, just like humans x our Danes have different personalities. Some cats are naturally more laid back while others tend to be naturally high strung or more active.


Some people adopt a doll only to realize that it is not what they wanted; the kitten hides too much, would rather be off by itself, or it is too needy for attention, its too this or too that. It can end up being an unhappy situation for everyone; the humans and the kitten. Unfortunately though, the kitten is usually the one that suffers the most. The owner(s) no longer want the kitten and a lot of times the cat/kitten is either pushed to the side; not given any attention, he/she is put outside to fend for themselves or he/she is simply given away.

Dolls are known to be dog like, loyal, loving family companions - but just like any other breed some are more loyal and loving then others.

So if You are Not Prepared To Love, Care for A Doll

Do Not Adopt  One!!!!!!!!


Our hope is for you to pick a kitten that not only you are happy with, but a kitten that will be happy with you. We will assist by providing you with details of their personalities once they start developing, if You want, usually around 4 weeks or so, give or take a little depending on the kitten.


We want to Try  to prevent an unhappy situation by preparing you as much as possible for your Doll and knowing as much as you can about your kitten and about the breed is just half the battle. The other half is you being able to care, love x provide for your Doll. Helping you pick a puppy from one of our litters that will fit your lifestyle, is a great place to start…. So, please take a moment to think about what your lifestyle is; are you always on the go?

If so will your new kitten be going along or staying home alone? - so would a more affectionate/needy kitten or a more off on its own kitten fit better?

We do not guarantee that any pup that you purchase from us will be a show dog or keep the same personality traits that he/she currently has – there are too many variables. However, it is our belief that if you pick a pup that has the dominant personality traits that you are wanting in a dog that those traits will stay strong with the proper training.


If you prefer not to wait to find out their personalities and want to pick a kitten based off of their size, coloring, or any other reasoning that is fine, it is your choice, but the option to pick one based on personality is available….first person to put down a deposit, gets first pick…even if it takes a week to decide after making the deposit.

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