I know, it is so very hard to give them up. The only way I get through it is by screening my homes very well. That and if I didnt let them go, I would have a thousand cats
I actually debated not breeding because of this. It wasn't until I realized how many breeders were not doing these cats justice. I wanted the people I reach to know that these kittens and cats are supposed to be healthy, sturdy and friendly. I have met people who think ALL cats have ear mites and runny goopy eyes. People that have kittens who hide all the time and run when they hear things. For me, Munchkins are great cats and I want people to see them for what they should be. I just hope saying goodbye to them gets easier with time. The pride comes when my last "buyer" decided to show her. She has also asked for another one of my babies. She may be getting my red and white out of this litter. She is a very good home and has a wonderful heart. She has 3 domestics now (she went to the TICA show to see my Rhiann, her cats sister) and went home with one of Renes rescues. She also has 2 dogs. She had fallen head over heels for the Munchkins. That kind of reward is the very best. I am proud of this picture...this is our baby with her new mom at the last show.