Jan 17th, 2021   

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We will not sell kittens with breeding rights in Ontario, Canada.

I ask that you please take the time to read the following links to help you better understand our requests, terms and conditions BEFORE inquiring about one of our kittens.

AFTER you have READ the following links, please click on and fill out either the "breeder questionnaire" or "Pet Questionnaire" to inquire about a kitten.

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All Heart'nsoul kittens leave:

  • Vet checked a minimum of two times (8wks and 12wks)
  • All kittens sold as pets will be spayed or neutered before leaving
  • Age appropriate vaccines (minimum of two FVRCP)
  • Fully dewormed (veterinary grade dewormer)
  • Microchipped
  • From FIV/FeLV negative & PKD DNA negative parents

BEFORE INQUIRING PLEASE NOTE: 2020 has really been something else, hasn't it?! I can't say that I am disappointed in the extra time I have been able to spend with my family (and the extra help I have been getting with kitty chores! haha). BUT, with the decline in the economy means prices of everything seem to be going up. Sadly, this includes kitten prices because to raise kittens is now costing us extra money. You may notice my prices are slightly higher than other kittens available online however, this is for good reason. My cats do not go without anything. We have 12 memory foam cat beds in the cattery as well as cat trees, daily treats, daily raw and canned diet and we free feed Royal Canin dry (and these kitties eat A LOT). We use ground corn litter (worlds best) to try and reduce the amount of dust that is often present with clay litter and to eliminate the possibility of a intestinal blockage if our kittens are to eat the litter (yes, disgusting I know, but kittens do this). On top of this is grooming supplies, cleaning supplies and hospital grade disinfectant. AND regular vaccines, deworming and preventative flea treatments. Not to mention emergency veterinary care, medications, surgeries, etc. And generally (if not for COVID), cat show entries, hotel expenses, etc. The price you pay is not just to cover what we put into your kitten, but also helps to cover the amount spent to care for your kittens parents which I am certain is important to you as well.  

At Heart'nsoul we do our best to provide you with a healthy, socialized kitten that fits the breed standard. A kitten that we hope will provide you with years of happiness. Reducing our prices, and therefore, the quality of care that our kittens and cats receive, is not something we are willing to compromise on. We appreciate your understanding. 

Male Flame Point Himalayan
DOB: October 10th, 2020
Price: $1250

Riesling is a beautiful, sweet flame point Himalayan kitten. He is very loving and playful and would make a wonderful addition to any family. Just look at that adorable little pudgy belly of his. haha. He loves his raw/canned food!

Riesling will be neutered on February 4th, 2021. He has a small umbilical hernia that will be repaired at the same time (this will cause ZERO issues for him now or in the future). He leaves neutered, having received two FVRCP vaccines, two full veterinary exams, full deworming, microchip and is out of PKD and FIV/FeLV negative parents. 

Male Flame Point Himalayan
DOB: October 10th, 2020
Price: $1250

Pinot is my daughters favorite of the litter. He is very rambunctious and playful and doesn't know how to turn his purr-machine off. Pinot can play a little rough, so he likely would not be a good fit for a family with young children. 

Pinot is being neutered on February 4th, 2021.  He will leave being examined by a licensed veterinarian twice, having received two FVRCP vaccines, being fully dewormed, microchipped and is out of PKD and FIV/FeLV negative parents. 



1) must understand that Zinny's life expectancy is unknown (days/weeks/years)
2) must understand that he will require antibiotics regularly 
3) must understand that heartbreak is sadly going to be part of loving him (but worth it IMO)
4) must understand that there will be NO HEALTH GUARANTEE of any kind included in his adoption
5) must understand that Zinny is unable to be neutered 

Zinny sadly suffered some congenital defects (NOT GENETIC) in utero. When he was a tiny baby, I thought we would lose him more than once. But I believe that fighting for any life is the right thing to do. So, he was tubefed and given antibiotics and fluids when needed. I was not expecting to find out he suffered from not only ONE life threatening condition, but TWO. 

I noticed that Zinny had a cleft palate, which is located at the back of his mouth (going down his throat). An appointment was booked with a specialist in London so we could find out if he was eligible for surgery. Sadly, a few days before I got the call from the specialist, my own veterinarian discovered Zinny has a diastolic heart murmur. Sadly, there is nothing we can do for him. Diastolic murmurs are very rare in cats. However; it isn't overly surprising something else was found given most times when a cleft palate is present, there are other health issues as well. 

To say my heart is broken is an understatement. We love little Zinny dearly. You may wonder WHY we are looking to find him a home if that is true? It is very simple. Zinny will likely have a short life (although I am convinced he intends to live forever as he is very stubborn and has a strong will to live!). Knowing medically what is wrong however suggests that his life will be quite short so more than anything, we want him to have the most amazing, happy life that he can for whatever time he has on this earth. Miracles happen... and with proper care and lots of love, I feel that Zinny will surprise us all. He DESERVES a home where he will be the only pet... or maybe one of two or three at MOST. Here, he will be very loved (as he is now) but he is one of MANY and will not receive the amount of one on one time that he deserves. 

Zinny WILL stay here unless I am able to find the perfect home for him. It is of the utmost importance that whomever adopts him stay in REGULAR touch with me and that TOGETHER we help Zinny live as long as possible (while still keeping his quality of life in mind). I am happy to help supply antibiotics, which is something that will be required indefinitely due to his cleft palate. 

I realize it is a long-shot finding a selfless, kind-hearted and empathetic person willing to take this incredible (eventual) heartache on. But, I know that there is someone out there that will see Zinny as more than just heartache. Who, like me, will concentrate on and cherish the time and love given to and received by Zinny. The constant laughs that he will most certainly provide. Who will soak up the peacefulness and calm that his beautiful deep purring brings. Who will truly appreciate how wonderful this little guy is.

To ward off those interested in a free kitty, there will be a small adoption fee. If I feel that you can provide the home that I am looking for, I will discuss that with you.