Devon Rex Kittens for sale

Devon Rex Cats For Sale

Our goal is to breed healthy, high-quality Devon Rex cats for sale to our customers. Regularly visiting licensed veterinarians have examined and certified the health of our kittens.

Devon Rex Cats For Sale KY

Devon Rex Cattery | Devon rex cats for sale

Our small cattery's main goal is to raise purebred, contented, healthy, and socially adjusted Devonrex kittens. Our for sale Devon Rex kittens receive a lot of care, stimulation, and socialization during their upbringing. They are suitable for families with children, even those with pets. It's crucial to choose a breeder who will support you at all times when deciding to welcome a new kitten into your home and heart. We work hard to help customers select the Devonrex kittens for sale whose personality and traits will live up to their expectations in our cattery. Contact us right away to discuss your upcoming family expansion!

devon rex kittens for sale

about Our cattery

Our Devons are bred for health, temperament, and type and are beloved family members who reside in our home. The kittens are cared for and handled since they are very young. Each cat and kitten receives a daily dose of love from our entire family.

The Breed

The Devon is often described as having an elfin appearance, with their large ears, high cheekbones and striking eyes. Their outstanding characteristic, however, is their soft, wavy fur.

Personality

The Devon Rex’s favorite place is right at head level, on the shoulder of their favorite person. They take a lively interest in everything that is going on and refuse to be left out of any fun activity.

Care

Wipe the corners of the eyes daily with a soft, damp cloth to remove any discharge. Use a separate area of the cloth for each eye so you don’t run the risk of spreading any infection. Check the ears weekly.

Testimonials

Our Happy Clients

Helloo, we received Killa from you back in September last year and wanted to give u an update on her. She is the ultimate cuddle buddy with the most lovely of personalities. She has two younger brothers Genny and Muma and all three love each other to bits. Thank you so much She makes us so happy .
Marilyn Geenty
Devon rex cats

Soft, curly Devon Rex cats

The most adoring, adorable, and playful cats are Devon Rex kittens, which are exceptional in the world of cat lovers. Huge beautiful eyes, a short muzzle, prominent cheekbones, and enormous lowset ears give them an unrivaled elfin appearance. The Devon Rex has a medium-fine frame and is well-furred in gorgeous, soft waves. Since the mutation that results in this wavy coat is bred into the Devon Rex breed, the non-shedding curly coat of these dogs has a distinctive texture. Due to the nearly nonexistent shedding of the Devon Rex coat, many people who suffer from allergies can enjoy these adorable kittens.

It is very common for a Devon Rex kitten to molt its coat, and as the kitten matures, the thicker curly Devon Rex wavy coat comes in. Devon Rex kittens are born with enormous ears down, and as the Devon Rex kitten gets older the ears will straighten upwards. It has been well said that the Devon Rex personality is a cross between a cat and a monkey. You can even teach this intelligent, playful, and puppy-like breed to fetch. The Devon Rex is very sociable and shows up for all activities by inviting themselves. The Devon Rex kittens gets along greatly with kids and other pets.

breed characteristics

Devons are referred to as the "pixie" of the cat world because of their appearance (as well as their mischievous nature). Large, oversized ears, big eyes, high cheekbones, a small face, and a velvety soft, curly coat that comes in a wide variety of colors, patterns, and even lengths give them an elf-like appearance. They tend to be small cats because of their fine to medium build. When fully grown, males weigh between 7 and 10 lbs, and females typically weigh between 5-7 lbs. Despite their frail appearance, Devons are a hardy, nimble, and heavily muscled breed. The average lifespan of a cat is between 10 and 15 years, but with the right care and lots of love, they can live much longer!