breedinG SPHYNX SiNCE 2008

We are a HCM Sphynx tested cattery situated in Kingaroy Qld.

Kittens Currently Available 


Registered (with ANCATS) breeders of purebred Sphynx. We breed exclusively Sphynx: Seal Point (blue eyes), Cream Point (blue eyes), Black, B/W Tuxedo, Blue/White, White, Blue, Tortie, Bi Colours, Minks (aqua eyes).

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Our goal

I have now been breeding since 2008, my goal for breeding is to improve the breed. We don't just breed to have kittens, myself and a select few are attempting to breed HCM negative Sphynx kittens.
Our DNA results for the HCM gene have finally came through - we are more than happy with our results. For any prospective person that is considering purchasing a kitten - you are more then welcome to see the results.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) causes the heart’s ventricular walls to thicken (hypertrophy), decreasing the efficiency of heart function and predisposing the patient to congestive heart failure and blood clot formation. Heart scanning by a board Certified Cardiologist is the only way to detect HCM.

Our kittens

We are a HCM DNA testing cattery and are registered with ANCATS.

Our babies come de-sexed, vaccinated and microchipped with a vet check & health guarantee. They will go to their new home at around 12 weeks - they are all raised in a loving home environment. Please do not ask for entire kittens as the answer will be no. When emailing me please tell me a little about yourself and why you would like to be owned by a Sphynx

Our original imports - so priviledged - the foundation to what we have today


Black Diamond Int Ch Yarik


Baby Rah Musson

Seal Point

Moon Pet Raffaella

Seal Point

Baby Rah Wyntera

Black Tortie


About sphynx

Sphynx history

In 1966 a domestic cat gave birth to a hairless kitten in Toronto, Canada. It was discovered to be a natural mutation and the Sphynx cat as we now know it today came into existence. Not only this cat but other hairless cats have been found worldwide. Cat breeders have bred the Sphynx to normal coated cats and then back to hairless for many years, the purpose of this breeding was to create a genetically sound cat with a larger gene pool and hybrid vigor.

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