Shipping a kitten
The new USDA/APHIS rules, effective November 18, 2013 have seriously impacted our ability to ship kittens sight unseen. This does not mean that we are unable or unwilling to sell kittens to distant locations in the United States or across the world. It simply means that traditional methods of shipping that we have employed until now will not be able to be used. Please contact us for more information on what will be the best means to get a kitten to you based on the new rules.
I prefer not to ship kittens by plane that is intended to be pets. i feel that their should be enough kittens in your area of the country that you should be able to find a pet kitten from one of those catteries. I have links to other catteries who breed Munchkin and Napoleon cats for you to search for a kitten more locally. Prices for shipping a kitten is usually about $300.
There are other transport services that can bring a kitten to you by driving it their to you. There are addresses for these types of services on my links page for you to use or at least consider.
Depending on the distance and the weather i may be able to meet you half way for a small transportation fee of $30 per hour.
Another method is to fly into Indiana International Airport and we can meet you at the airport or you come and pick the kitten up and take it bck with you keeping the kitten in the cabin with you.
Shipping a kitten by air can be traumatizing for a young kitten or kittens. Many times two kittens can travel at the same price as one.