Selkirk Rex cats and kittens

black Selkirk Rex cat black smoke Selkirk Rex cat blue curly Selkirk Rex kitten silver torbie & white Cat

Regional Winner
Quadruple
Grand Champion
Purrceptive
Schiney Bud
black male curly
Selkirk Rex

Purrceptive Curly Tips
silver torbie & white female curly
Selkirk Rex

Purrceptive Wisteria
blue female curly
Selkirk Rex
Kitti Kat Quinn of Purrceptive
silver patched torbie & white
female straight fur

Selkirk
 
 

 

black Selkirk Rex cat

Our black smoke British girl, Smokiki, had kittens with a Catsthyme's Selkirk Rex boy and got a lovely litter of curly Selkirk kittens! We've kept a black boy and a black smoke girl. Our Selkirks are CFA & TICA registered

Selkirks have curly fur that makes them look a lot like a raggedy doll!

We are breeding for silvers and colorpoints in our green & blue eyed program. Shaded silvers have white fur with the tip of each hair being black, giving a sparkling silver effect. Silver tabbies have a white base color with black spots or stripes. Both have eyes and nose that are outlined with black, and deep green eye color. Colorpoints have off white body color, with the darker colors restricted to their face, ears, legs and tail. We breed blue eyed cats to green eyed cats to get dark blue eye color on the blue eyed kittens.

In our copper eyed program we expect to have black, blue(bluish gray), bicolor & calico colors.

Read more about color inheritance..

Our attention is paid to friendly and calm personality, round far apart eyes & round head, flexible straight tail, straight front & back legs, straight nose with short nose length, good health and of course curly fur on some of them!

All of our cats are tested negative for Polycystic Kidney Disease at UC Davis Veterinary Hospital or by DNA, and our boys are tested negative for heart disease.

kittens available!

 
 

 
   
 

 

Selkirk Rex cats and kittens

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