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We raise Bengals, Savannahs, Ocicats and Cheetohs

Call  530-519-9582

About us:
Tiffany Cheetohs Cattery is no longer physically located in our home in Pierce County, Washington.  
However, we are continuing our breeding program and plan to have Bengal, Savannah, Ocicat and
Cheetoh kittens available periodically throughout the year.  Our breeding cats have been placed with other
breeders, and  kittens will be available through them.  You may contact us to obtain information about
availability.  As in the past, we will continue to  support other breeders through our website and post the
availability of kittens and adult cats.  

Over the past five years or so, we have raised a few litters each year of Cheetohs and Savannahs, and we
added Bengals this past fall.  We plan to add Ocicats this year.  We love these breeds, as do the many  
happy families who have taken them into their homes. Working through other breeders we will continue to
have a hand in breeding and placing these wonderful cats and kittens in caring homes.  

Bengals, Savannahs, Ocicats and Cheetohs have personalities unmatched in other cats and have been
described as "a dog in a cat's body!"  They are loving and fun, funny and playful, and simply wonderful
pets.  We adore each and every one of them.  Several of them  live in our home with us and have the run
of the house.  They are sometimes separated to assure good health, sanitation and safety. These breeds
are mainly  indoor pets.  As hybrids, they need special care and security.  They don't recommend that they
be given the run of the neighborhood – as gorgeous as they are, they would likely be scooped up by
admiring strangers, never to be seen again!  They do like to go for walks on a leash, so can get out for
fresh air and exercise – although they seem to exercise plenty indoors!!!

We want others to experience the joy that we have had living with these wonderful breeds, so we and the
breeders that we associate closely with make these beautiful cats available for a reasonable price.  We
are careful to find good homes for them, as each one has special meaning to us.  We like to keep track of
them after placement in homes, so that we can stay connected, monitor growth, health issues, and
weight.   

Becoming an owner is a big and "furever" commitment!  These cats need attention, love and affection on
a regular basis – and they will return the favor!  

    We ship air cargo with Continental/United Airlines and with Alaska Airlines.  Both airlines specialize in the safe and
    prompt shipping of animals.  Information about Continental's Pet Flight can be found at:  
    http://www.continental.com/web/en-US/content/travel/animals/procedures.aspx   Alaska's Fur-st Class shipping
    information can be found at http://www.alaskaair.com/content/travel-info/policies/pets-traveling-with-pets/furst-class-
    care.aspx

    We provide the shipping case (a regular pet carrying case) for the retail price (no mark up), and food for the trip.  
    We also obtain the necessary health clearance form and rabies shot as required for air travel.  We administer an
    immune booster to our cats a day before the trip to protect them from possibly becoming ill in route to their new
    homes.

    Whenever possible, we will deliver personally to homes within our area (Northern California, Oregon and
    Washington) or meet somewhere in between.
United Feline Organzation
Tiffany Cheetohs Cattery is registered as "Tiffany" (# 2177) with the
United Feline Organization (UFO) following the approved standards
approved by UFO for the registered Cheetoh breed.
breeding standards for the breeding, bloodlines, health, and
well-being approved by TICA for the registered Cheetoh breed.
National  Award Winner
United Feline Organization

5th Best Breeder 2011-2012
October 6, 2012

See our
Cheetoh Cubs,
Savannah Cubs, Ocicat Cubs
and Bengal Cubs pages
as well as our Available Adult Cats page
Click to see some of our
previous Cheetohs,
filmed in our
home in Oregon,
on this Animal Planet
Cats 101 video!
Click Here to Watch Cheetohs on Cats 101