What was meant by not putting pets on the web site is that a breeder is trying to show interested people the quality of cats they have and produce. We all know there is absolutly nothing wrong with pet kittens, They just don't fall into the standards for what ever reason, be it the head/ear shape or color flaw. So they will put up their best cats to show the quality they produce. When looking for a kitten people will see these great quality flawless cats as an example of what the cattery produces. When some one is showing their cats they use for breeding or to show colors/patterns they will put the best they can up. Of course when they have a available kitten page they will put a picture and advertise it as a pet, but as far as showing their quality, they will put one with as close to perfect as they can, verses putting, for example, a pet quality bi-color with too much white or white on the ears. They are trying to sell their cats and show their quality, so they put as few as possible of mis marked pet quality. They are competing with other breeders, so they want to show off their best cats, thats all that was meant by not putting pet quality on their site.
I am sure no one was trying to offend you, or say your cats aren't as good, we know they wont be loved less because they have more white then the CH or too big ears, ect, it's just when looking at web sites by breeders they are putting ideal show cats on them that show less flaws, so what you are seeing is show cats on breeders sites.