Pricing & Kitten FAQs

Pricing & Kitten FAQs


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What is Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM)?

HCM stands for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. It is a genetic heart condition that affects cats, particularly certain breeds, such as the Maine Coon, Ragdoll, and Sphynx, although it can occur in any breed.

HCM is characterized by the thickening of the heart muscles, specifically the left ventricle, which is responsible for pumping oxygenated blood to the body. As the heart muscles thicken, the heart’s ability to function properly becomes impaired. This condition can lead to various cardiovascular problems, including heart murmurs, arrhythmias, and, in severe cases, heart failure.

Sphynx hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) usually does not show up until they are an adult although the genetic mutation is present at birth. The age of presentation of disease is variable with many cats developing the disease between 2-3 years of age and some developing it much older (8 -10 years of age).

How long do cats with HCM live?

It is not currently possible to determine the life expectancy of a Sphynx with HCM but some affected cats can live for many years, provided he/she properly follows treatment. The prognosis for cats with HCM is very variable – some cats may never develop clinical signs and will live normally for many years. Once symptoms appear, most cats survive less than two years; if the first symptom is a blood clot, the average survival time is only six months.
This is why it is of the upmost importance for these annual scans. The clinic I help schedule for charges $250 for their HCM scan (aka heart ultrasound). The scans take 5 mins on average up to 10 minutes.

What are symptoms of HCM?

  • Increased breathing rate
  • Increased breathing effort.
  • Vomiting
  • Decreased appetite.
  • Hiding more/less social/lethargy

Is there a cure for HCM?

There is no cure for HCM and no treatment that prevents the progression of this disease. Instead, the goal of HCM treatment is to manage the clinical signs of heart disease and improve the cat’s quality of life.

Does HCM only affect Sphynx cats?

The answer is No. Breeds identified at risk include Maine coon cats, Ragdoll cats, Sphynx, British shorthair, Chartreux, Persian, domestic shorthair and Norwegian forest cats.

HCM can also affect certain breeds of dogs more than others like Whippets, Afghan hounds, Doberman Pinschers, Boxers, Irish Wolfhounds, St. Bernards, Airedale Terriers, and Portuguese Water Dogs to name a few.

The list is longer but you get the point. My goal here is to EDUCATE so that we can be ready to act fast if anything like that happens to our pets both Naked and furry.

My Cattery is as safe as scientifically possible from HCM. But if you do some reading online you’ll see that the DNA testing only has been 60% effective because they haven’t discovered atleast one of the genetic mutations. Which is why I ask all of my families who get a kitten from me that in the awful horrible chance that one of my kittens gets diagnosed with HCM, that you facilitate a blood sample to be sent to the North Carolina School of Veterinary Sciences. So that they can hopefully start to identify the other mutation/s.

Humans have databases for this but our pets generally just get cremated or buried. So please do your homework and make sure you’re on top of your pets health. I’ll be here every step of the way HCM or not. All you have to do is call.


Well, my little Future Sphynx Kittens are quite the late bloomers! They’re usually all set to embark on their grand adventures between the ages of 14-16 weeks.

They’re busy purrfecting their purring technique, honing on their ninja kitten skills, whilst receiving all the cuddles that my 3 daughters (all their friends who visit) and myself have to offer. Making them the purrfect addition to their future forever family.

So, until then, they’re busy honing their ninja kitten skills and perfecting their purring technique. But don’t worry, when the time comes, they’ll be ready to melt your heart and fill your home with feline love!

Can I Visit Your Cattery?

Absolutely, you can! I mean, who wouldn’t want to meet these cute little rascals, right? But, hold your excitement for just a moment; we’ve got a few quirks that make our kitty rendezvous a bit unique:

Age is Just a Number: Our kittens need to hit the ripe old age of 8-9 weeks before they’re ready to mingle with the public. It’s like they’re getting their feline driver’s license, and we want to make sure they’re roadworthy.

Clean Hands, Please: We’re big fans of hand sanitizer. Think of it as our secret kitty handshake. So, before you get all touchy-feely with your Future Sphynx Kitten, a squirt or two is in order. It’s for your safety and their sanity.

So, if you’re cool with these ground rules and have a hankering for some kitty cuddles, get in touch! We promise your visit will be pawsitively purrfect.


Elfs are a cat that was created as a cross between a Sphynx and an American Curl.

Bambino is a cat that was created as a cross between the Sphynx and the Munchkin. The Bambino has short legs where as the Sphynx has long.

I will also be adding “Dwelves” which are bambino crosses with an Elf so they will have short legs with the elf like ears.


I prioritize the safety and comfort of my Sphynx kittens during travel. As such, I never send them via cargo. Instead, I offer two transportation options:

1. Flight Nanny Service: I have Flight Nanny Options available, which involve a flight attendant personally accompanying your kitten to an airport nearest to you. Fees for this service are based on your location, with sections for the North East, South East, Midwest, Southern US, and South West/North West Coast.

2. In-Person Delivery: Alternatively, I can arrange for the delivery of your kitten directly to your location. The cost of this option depends on flight prices, with a delivery fee of $500 in addition to the flight cost and cabin pet fee.


Deposits and payments can be paid by Venmo ( goods and services selection is not allowed) Cashapp, Zelle, PayPal ( friends and family option only) or cash. Once your payment has cleared, I will reserve the kitten for you. I do not accept checks of any kind.

Please note – Payments that are sent and attached with fees will not be accepted and will be returned. In the event that the payment can not be returned the buyer must immediately send additional funds to cover the fees.

What are the options for picking up or having my kitten delivered?

We offer various options for you to pick up your new furry family member or have them safely delivered to you:

1. In-Person Pickup: Many of our clients prefer to meet us in person and pick up their kittens. You can arrange to collect your kitten from one of the following airports: Orlando International Airport, Sanford Airport, or Daytona Beach Airport.

2. Airport Pickup Details: When you arrive at the chosen airport, simply exit through the security checkpoint, and we’ll meet you at the airport entrance or the baggage claim, whichever is more convenient. At that point, you can complete the final balance payment for your kitten, receive a goody bag, and take your precious baby through security and onto your return flight.

3. Travel Layover Times: Please note that the recommended layover times vary for different airports:

  • For Orlando International Airport, we recommend at least three hours between your flights. This allows ample time for the pickup process and to catch your return flight.

  • At Sanford Airport, many of our Sphynx families prefer to take the same flight in and out, with approximately 90 minutes between flights.

  • For Daytona Beach Airport, we suggest a layover of at least 2 hours to ensure a stress-free pickup and a smooth transition for your kitten.

By choosing one of these options, you can make the kitten pickup process convenient and stress-free while saving on delivery fees.


I do give a $200 discount when you purchase two kittens together from the same litter and a $100 discount to returning owners purchasing again at a later date.


Ah, the deposit dance! Here’s how it goes in our feline world: To reserve your chosen kitten and make them officially yours, require a $500 deposit. It’s like putting a “Reserved” sign on the Naked Sphynxery kitten of your dream.

This deposit is non-refundable. Once you’ve fallen head over paws for your Future Sphynx Kitten and want to make it official, that’s when we do the deposit dance.

This secures your spot in the ever growing Naked Sphynxery Family, and holds your Kitten ensuring you’ll be his/her forever Home.


Breeding rights are unavailable. I do not sell unaltered cats.


Kitten Care


The Sphynx breed has gained a lot of popularity in the past few years. Many people are attracted to their intelligence, affectionate nature, and unique appearance. However, with this popularity comes a lot of misconceptions and wrong information concerning this breed, like the messy oily stains they leave behind.

Sphynx skin, like ours, creates SEBUM, a waxy/oily substance made by the sebaceous glands. Without hair to whisk it away and off the skin, over time (and between baths), this can build up on their skin, making it easy for dirt and dust to stick to them. You may see evidence of this build-up under their nails (their nails can look brown or black) and even on their teeth (after licking/grooming themselves so often). Even some of our Sphynx kittens will get a spot on their noses and around their mouths because they nurse from their mom so often that they pick up her oils.

With a lighter-colored Sphynx, you can clearly tell when its bath time. For a darker Sphynx, the safest bet is to just give them regular baths anyway. If your Sphynx is great at cleaning itself, you may be able to go longer between baths. The usual tricky spot for MOST Sphynx is under their chin on their neck, where they can’t quite reach to clean. Just remember a clean dust free dirt free home will keep your Sphynx a lot cleaner for a lot longer.

So do Sphynx cats leave oily brown stains?

Sphynx and hairless cats produce natural oils that are left on the surface of their skin. Due to its hairless feature, this oil isn’t absorbed and it attracts dirt. Over time this build-up of oils can leave a residue on any surface their body touches, hence oily, brown stains.

Sphynx are not regular cats and shouldn’t be treated as such. They require a little more maintenance than a regular cat and can be difficult to care for if you aren’t prepared. One of their needs is bathing.

This is to help remove excess oils and dirt that may have settled on their skin. This is what causes them to leave an oily residue on clothing, linen, and furniture. Most of the time owners who don’t properly take care of their Sphynx are the ones complaining about oily stains.

Of course, they are going to be dirty if not cleaned. It’s like humans not bathing and expecting to stay fresh, Not going to happen!

These kittens must be maintained, depending on their individual needs. All Sphynx cats secrete oils in different amounts and must be maintained accordingly.

For instance, a Sphynx kitten will normally produce more oil than an older Sphynx. Also, Sphynx who are very active and energetic tend to also secrete more oils with their sweat. Therefore more frequent bathing or cleansing will be required to prevent the transfer of stains.

On the other hand, so far my Sphynx will release less oil and will require much less cleansing, therefore the fear of unwanted stains and oily marks will be minimal to none.

To conclude, it’s normal for Sphynx to leave stains if not properly taken care of. So even if you have hard water that might make your Sphynx produce more oil, with proper care and shampoo,  you won’t experience stains and messy brown marks that most people fear..


A simple way to prevent stains and marks is proper hygiene. Getting a Sphynx used to a routine is very important as it prepares them by helping them get used to water and the cleansing process.

Sphynx need regular cleaning and overall hygiene maintenance for optimal health and to prevent your home from getting dirty. Ways to prevent stains include:

  1. Regular bathing with a suitable shampoo for sensitive skin like the fragrance-free, hypoallergenic Earthbath shampoo. A bathing routine of once or twice a week is ideal. Try not to bathe very often since this will cause the cat’s skin to dry out.
  2. Get Kitty Clothing to help absorb excess oils. This will prevent oil and dirt transfer since the clothing will cover the most affected areas of the cat’s body. Therefore, you can wash kitties’ clothing while saving your household belongings.
  3. Hygiene wipes are a lifesaver. This will help keep your sphynx clean while preventing the need to bathe. Sphynx normally gets dirty very quickly and may present with brown patches. These wipes can help keep them clean until their next bath day.
  1. Couch and furniture covers are also a great way to prevent stains. The Purefit reversible cover is a great water-resistant protector. Prevention is always better and these furniture protectors are great and allow for easy cleaning.
  2. Get dark-colored bedding so dirt isn’t very visible. This can help reduce your laundry load and save you time and effort.


Getting rid of grease is a hassle on its own, fortunately, these stains that hairless kittens leave comes off pretty easily if you have the right products and cleaning techniques.

Luckily I’ve found a few cleaning habits and products that you can use to keep your home stain free.


  1. Upon discovering the grease stain on your furniture, place a good amount of baby powder directly on the stain. The powder will help absorb the oil from the fabric making the removal easier.
  2. After a few minutes remove the powder using a brush. If you feel the fabric has more oil, add a little more powder and allow a few minutes.
  3. Spray a generous amount of upholstery cleaner and allow it to sit for a few minutes. This will give enough time for the cleaner to work its way through the stain.
  4. Apply some cleaning detergent and work the stain out using a brush.
  5. Using a damp cloth, dab the area. If the stain is still present repeat the process.


These are easy to clean surfaces that don’t require much effort. A simple wash with any detergent or soap is enough to get rid of the stains.

If you regularly clean out your bedding as well as your Sphynx blankets and their clothing. You might not even notice any visible dirt. Maintenance is key and that’s the only way to prevent dirt and grease buildup.