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Waiting list is now CLOSED
Thank you for all the great applications my list is now full.
Feel free to reapply if you did not get chosen this time around! I simply get too many applications and CANNOT approve everyone for the limited spaces available.
I am not accepting any new applications at this time.
My waiting list will re-open in June for applications for late summer/fall kittens.
*****Due to Covid 19 and social distancing I will not be having home visits until restrictions have relaxed so if you need to do a home visit for allergy concerns then you will need to wait until you are able to do so before purchasing a kitten.****
I will not be accepting out of province applications at this time due to unpredictable travel restrictions.
Please take some time to read though the website for answers to your questions before contacting as most are already answered throughout the site.
***People with allergy concerns please read through Page 9***
The Russian Blue has a very soft and silky short double coat with guard hairs that give it a distinctive silvery sheen. It should be a light to medium blue-grey solid color with no shadings or markings for a good show quality cat. Pet quality cats may have some very small white markings on the chin or chest, though this is considered a fault in show quality cats. Other faults are tabby markings, heavy build, and a squared or rounded head shape, such as in the British Blue.
A perfect Russian Blue is very hard to find, because it takes up to two years for a kitten to develop the correct eye color and coat texture and color. The Russian Blue’s eyes, which are set fairly far apart, may remain golden for up to two years and then turn more of an emerald green. It should be noted that Russian Blues are also born with tabby markings and a fluffy coat which fades to the solid blue-grey color and eventually becomes the adult short coat.