You know, you are not going to get any sympathy or help from us here because we are all basically completely against what it is that you want to do. Being a breeder is one thing, becoming an expert at a breed and knowing the complete genetic history of a line of cats to reproduce because of your excellent sample of the breed. That is what breeding is. Not taking a kitten from someone else's line and letting it out to mate with which ever male happens to be near by is a whole different story. A breeder that worked so hard to study his/her breed and the work they put in to their cattery over many years, is not going to throw it all away and allow someone random person to backyard breed one of their own. That has to make sense, I don't know how to say it any more clearly. To say there are no disease problems near you is just foolish, diseases are everywhere for animals and people. Those cats who do have it, most of the time do not show a single sign and lead an otherwise normal life.
Just curious if you DID try to call a shelter near you? Do you realize there are dying cats in shelters because of people who are backyard breeding like you are? I just don't seem to understand how you could be ok with that? How you could be okay with allowing your cats to have the risk of catching something horrible or having your kittens killed by roaming toms. I mean if that is a risk you are willing to take then that is really sad. You cannot just straight up disagree with us because it is a known fact that cats are dying all over the world because more and more keep being born when all that needs to be done is a simple routine spay or neuter. There are people like many of us here that work so hard for that and to teach other people the importance of it.
If you really do live "in the sticks" then maybe the problem is not as horible in your immediate area, but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist. Wouldn't you give your child a surgery if it could potentially save his life?
Coming on a site like this and asking a question like you did, you are bound to get overloaded with mini lectures (or long ones like mine). To answer your question "no" only an unethical backyard breeder would sell you a cat unaltered or at least without signing a contract saying that you will alter the cat. That is what breeding is about, the BREEDER is the one to continue a particular generation, not a random purchaser. If you want to seriously get into breeding, then that is different. Study up on the breed and become an expert, develop a cattery and soon you can do that with be respected by all other ethical breeders.
Ok I am done, if we can't convince you otherwise by now, then I am afraid we are not going to be able to. I think we should all just drop it basically because we said all we could. If this person what to put their cats at risk then so be it.
To In The Sticks: this has been an interesting discussion I must say even if most of us all here completely disagree with you (sorry). It has remained civil and that is a good thing. I have seen threads like this get way out of hand
Please continue posting with questions in the future but if you keep asking questions like this then there will probably be problems. Read the rules and believes of this forum. Try posting your question specifically on breeding forums. I am actually curious what breeders have to say.
Merry Christmas to you too!