A low maintenance cat, American Shorthairs are
intelligent, playful, gentle, healthy and all around good natured.
People who have owned American Shorthairs in the past always want
another one in their home. A number of them have told me that their
cats will fetch and that their personality resembles a dog more than a cat.

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Black Smoke Tabby & White
neutered male
DOB 5/26/09 $450

Ch Schooner's Sea Rover
neutered male
DOB 5/28/08 $450


Shaded Silver Ticked
neutered male
DOB 12/21/09 $250

Shaded Silver Ticked
neutered male
DOB 12/21/09 $250


Longhair Silver Tabby & White
male DOB 11/26/09
available as pet $650

Longhair Silver Tabby
female DOB 11/26/09
available as pet $350


Silver Tabby Kittens
available as pets $650 contact us for current pictures


Blue Tabby & White
male DOB 3/23/10
available as pet $650

GC Schooner's Captain Morgan
male DOB 5/28/07
available breeding/show cat
contact us for price


Silver Tabby
neutered male
DOB 11/14/08 $350

Ch Schooner's Jolly Roger
male DOB 10/21/09
available breeding/show cat
contact us for price


Schooner's Cape Charles
neutered male
DOB 8/03 $50

Cameo Tabby & White
neutered male (friendly)
DOB 1/8/05 $350


GP Schooner's Marina Del Rey
spayed female
DOB 7/16/02 $150

Ch Schooner's Surfside 6
male DOB 3/25/06
for sale as a breeding cat
contact us for price

Ch Schooner's Neptune
male DOB 3/26/05
for sale as a breeding cat
contact us for price

Kittens that are to be neutered or spayed sell from $500 to $750
depending on the color and pattern. Except for the rare
silver patched tabby and white (which comes in female only)
they are $1,200. Breeding or Show cats are higher in price.
Young adults run $150 to $350 and older/retired adults
can be adopted from $50 to $150.

These cats/kittens have been raised indoors all their life and
therefore have no outdoor survival instincts. They will only be
placed into approved indoor only homes. Also they must never be declawed.
To read more about this extremely painful amputation surgery, please visit
Lisa Violet's declaw information page.

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Located in Southern California
Call 951-674-4840 for more information

 

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