Retired Adult Breeders Available

Every so often, we retire one of our beautiful breeder cats or dogs and make him or her available for adoption.  This is the MOST DIFFICULT part of the hobby for us, even more difficult than finding homes for kittens and puppies, because these adult cats and dogs become part of our household during the few years that they produce babies.  

Adoption fees for our retirees run from $300-$600 dependent on age and include spay or neuter, up to date shots, and a full veterinary exam before they go home.  Prospective adopters must understand that retired breeders will need patience and lots of love while they adapt to a new home.  There are no guarantees offered on retired breeders.

Please view our retired available cats or dogs below!  If nothing appears below, no breeders are available at this time.

Exodus has been a great producer here for the past five years and have retired him as of August 7, 2019, just shy of his 7th birthday in November.  Photos taken August 11; he is a gorgeous mature male with a few facial scars (he tended to be a little rough with the ladies!) and a beautiful leopard pelt with pale green eyes.  He is available to a good home with no other male cats, is neutered and up to date on all shots with a renewed rabies.  He is a friendly cat who is good with people and dogs.  His adoption fee is $300 (we originally paid $3500 for him). Serious inquirers only, please!  We will keep him indefinitely until the right home is found.

Gorgeous King Midas was born November 2012 and is an all-around happy boy who looks just like a standard Aussie that has been shrunk down to toy size - along with a full white collar, light copper highlights, great conformation (especially for such a small toy), a very fluffy, soft coat and a perfect ear set.  He weighs 9 lbs and stands 12 inches tall.  He comes from excellent, healthy lines and is full genetic disease panel clear.  Midas loves to fetch balls and cuddle on the couch and would be perfect for a family of adults or older children (he has a high herding drive and will nip at active young children if they run around). We will keep him INDEFINITELY until we find the perfect home and are only placing him in retirement because he is aggressive with the new stud dog.  He has been neutered as of August 7 and is up to date on all shots.  He may continue to mark for a period of time and this should be taken into consideration.  Other than that, he is crate trained and otherwise housebroken and loves to be loved.  He is obedient, sweet, and has a very quiet bark (seriously!).  Adoption fee is $300. Serious inquirers only, please.