About Palatial Persian Kittens
Our first kitten was a Siamese who we loved for 18 years, along with our dog who is now 15 years old. After several poor experiences with established kitten breeders with inadequate living conditions and questionable business practices, we decided we would raise one family of Persian kittens for other families to enjoy, worry-free.
Luna, a Himalayan Persian, is the mother of all our kittens. And Romeo, a Silver Chinchilla Persian, is the father of all our kittens. They share our home with our 3 children & dog in a smoke-free environment. We live in a large home with plenty of space for our fur babies to live and thrive. This was one key ingredient missing from past breeders, a fitting home!
We LOVE our animals, and you will too!
– Geoff & Michelle
Meet Luna & Romeo
Luna is the mother of all our kittens. She is a flat-faced Himalayan Persian with blue eyes and white pointed fur. Like all Persians, she is extremely loving and the ultimate lap cat. She often lays on our pillow at night above our heads when she isn’t nursing or playing.
Romeo sired all of our kittens. He is a doll-faced Silver Chinchilla Persian with green eyes. He is a regal cat with a majestic coat of fur (he was trimmed before this photo). He commands attention and the respect of royalty with a good brush, a few pets, and food of course!
Both cats are young and still growing—Silver Persian coats lighten over time and reach prime maturity by around 2-3 years of age. Like a fine wine, Persian cats age well when cared for and loved.
We have kittens!!!
On August 9th, 2020, Luna gave birth to 5 kittens—three female and two males! Everyone is healthy and the kitties go in for their first shots and veterinary evaluation on 9/22.
We are now accepting reservations on the kittens. They will be available for pickup on October 4, 2020 or later. Reserve Now!
All kittens are Silver Shaded Persians—the “Rolls Royce” of the cat world. Their coat will lighten over time with shaded tips. They have already lightened up tremendously since birth. Their coats will continue to lighten and match their paws & belly which are white with gray tips—just like Dad!