We breed very selectively, only about once every 12 months. If you are interested in adding a Cornish Rex kitten to your family please contact me. If I don’t have a cat that is right for you, I’d be more than happy to refer you to an ethical breeder or rescue. I know many breeders throughout the country and will do my best to put you in touch with ones that may have matches for you.
Instead of a kitten, have you thought about adding a retired show cat/breeding cat to your family? Young adult Cornish Rex are wonderful, especially if you’ve never had a Rex before. My first Cornish Rex came to me as an adult. Because her personality was developed, her breeder was able to match her perfectly to me. She also had built up her adult immune system by then, so no unnecessary trips to the vet to treat “kitten sniffles”.
February 2021 Update
I am planning a litter for later this year and may have a retired adult available as well. If you’d like to be added to my interest list please email me a little information about yourself and what you are looking for in a Cornish Rex.
I had a litter of one born in early February 2021. At this time I have no plans to place him as a pet.
The three kittens born to Peppy (aka GC RW Quails Nest Peppakakor of Boska) and Vincent (aka CH Mon Sasti Vincent of Boska) are now all placed.
Barbara Morrow of Quails Nest has wonderful cats! She’s located in California. More info can be found on her site or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Barbara and I are board members of Cornish Rex Friends national rescue. Please visit the site for more information about adopting a Cornish Rex in need.
I know of a few responsible breeders throughout the country that may have kittens and adults available. Please email me if you’d like to be added to my interest list or if you’d like a referral to another breeder. You can also call me at 818-269-3756. I am always happy to talk to people about Cornish Rex.