Seal point Himalayan

Looking for Himalayan kittens for sale? They are actually a type of Persian. You can always tell Persian kittens from a Himalayan kittens by their coloring. The Himalayan has "points" like a Siamese cat. That means their face, ears, legs, and tail are a different color than their body color.The color of those points depends on the type of kitten a Himalayan breeder is offering. The most well-known is the seal point Himalayan. Their points derive from the black gene. If you have a Persian, it would be solid black; but that black gene becomes black "points"...hence, the seal point Himalayan, which is the darkest of all the Himalayan colors. Seal points have deep blue eyes and very dark noses and paw pads.

Here are a few comments of customers who have purchased seal point Himalayan cats from me.

 seal point Himalayan

"Madeline is the first cat I have ever owned. When I saw this little thing I just fell in love! Her little eyes are full of curiosity and her energy is awesome!! She is so smart and has adjusted so well to her new home! She does very well with eating, brushing and playing and has only meowed for about 5 miutes at bedtime and then I don't hear her again the rest of the night!! I bought her a really nice black panther colored soft bed (to match her beautiful black smokey coat), but she prefers the back of the washer right now! She knows exactly where the kitty litter is and has done wonderfully with her private time! She has also had no problems finding the kitty door leading into the garage where I keep her kitty litter!! Thats nice!! My boyfriend and my mom are both allergic to cats but have had very little reaction, if not at all, to Madeline. Shannon, you have been such a great advisor to me and have helped me make the transition as easy and stress free as possible (I had no idea what to expect!) I will certainly keep you posted as Madeline grows up:)!" Nicole Pena

 seal point Himalayan

"Shannon, I cannot thank you enough for sending us the perfect kitten! Not only is he adorable, but he has the best personality of any cat I've known. He has no fear of our older Persian and started playing with him and even cuddling with him right from the start. The two have become fast friends. They love to run around the house batting and chasing their toys and generally just having a great time. He is so playful! He also is so comfortable around people and loves to cuddle and be held. My husband, who professes to not be a cat person, loves to sit on the couch with Tybalt curled up on his chest while watching TV. He is just the sweetest little guy and we are thrilled to have him as part of our family! I would highly recommend you and Meow House Kittens to anyone looking for a wonderful companion. Thank you!!! Ashley Ressman Gray

 seal point Himalayan

"Hi Shannon,"Tabitha is the joy of my life. She is my constant companion; she follows me wherever I go. She likes to sit in my flowerpots; it's like a jungle. She is happy and healthy, frisky and playful and she has quite an appetite, she fits well into the family. The grand kids just love her to pieces. Thanks Again," Inge, Henry and Tabitha Serrano New York

(update) "My son came to visit, he has two big cats and when I visit him they run away and never let me near them. My son was amazed at how Tabitha inter-acted with him. She showed him so much affection and followed him everywhere and my son just loved it. Because Tabitha is so small, it reminds me of the old adage 'Beautiful things come in small packages.' My son's cats are beautiful and bond with him and his wife, but they just don't take well to others. Tabitha is friendly with everybody who comes into the house." Inge Serrano

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