top of page

Tanzanite Cattery Information


All our Queens and Studs are screened with full DNA breed profile which includes detection for all diseases & traits through our partner Orivet. Our focus is on keeping our cats healthy and happy.



Kittens will be ready to go to their new homes at 10 weeks of age or at our discretion. 

All kittens will be:

  • Vet Checked

  • Wormed

  • Flea treated

  • Vaccinated

  • Microchipped

  • Toilet trained

  • Pet Health Insurance (6 weeks)

Kittens can be flown interstate at the buyers expense.


In Australia and throughout much of the world it is currently recommended that male and female cats be neutered at around 5-7 months of age and older. As far as the "older" goes, the closer to the 5-7 months of age mark the better.

There is less chance of your cat developing a testosterone dependant behavioural condition if he or she is desexed at a younger age. The reason for the 5-7 month age specification is mostly one of anaesthetic safety for elective procedures.

When asked by owners why it is that a cat needs to wait until this 5-7 months of age to be desexed, most veterinarians would say that it is much safer for them to wait until this age before undergoing a general anaesthetic procedure.

The theory is that the liver and kidneys of very young animals are much less mature than those of older animals and therefore less capable of tolerating the effects of anaesthetic drugs and less effective at metabolizing them and breaking them down and excreting them from the body.

Younger animals are therefore expected to have prolonged recovery times and an increased risk of suffering from severe side effects, in particular liver and kidney damage, as a result of general anaesthesia.

Consequently, many vets will choose not to anaesthetize a young kitten until the correct age being 5-7 months of age for an elective procedure such as neutering. 

Adoption Process


All cats and kittens go to approved homes and are to be housed strictly indoors only. With the exception of having an adequately sized outdoor enclosure or cat netted area.

We reserve the right to refuse a sale without reason and/or cancel a sale without reason.



When collecting your new kitten you will need:


  • An appropriate travel carrier (a carboard box is unacceptable)

  • Food & water bowls

  • Premium dry food

  • Premium wet food

  • Litter tray & litter 

  • Scratching post

  • Bed

  • Toys

Waiting List

Waiting Lists

We do have waiting lists but do not take deposits until kittens are born, once kitten is born than $500 non-refundable deposit will be required to secure the kitten. We will keep in contact with you over the weeks of your kittens progress and stages of early kitten life until the kitten is ready to go home.

Refusal of sale will be at our discretion if we deem it is necessary.

bottom of page