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Does anyone know of any breeders that throw Chocolate & White Sphynx?
 

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I have never seen a choc and white sphynx.
I would love a solid chocolate though.
Are you looking for a new sphynx?
I can ask around for you.
 

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that is the color i originally wanted so if i find a boy i will probably get him.
We want one like the pics in the attachment.
 

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Those are pretty.
My first choice was solid chocolate,blue or black or a blue eyed pointed sphynx.
I now some breeders that just had kittens and some that are breeding soon.
I will ask what they have.
 
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I believe that Theresa of Abeitagatos.com recently had a Chocolate and White female available. You might contact her regarding availability. If she doesn't have anything, she may know of someone who does.
 

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We only do males... we found one a while back who was sold for $2300 we were like a week too late. :Cry:
 
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I know she had a female, but she may also have a male available (if not now, shortly). I wouldn't think twice about contacting her, she breeds top quality HEALTHY babies. All of her breeders are HCM screened. I highly recommend her, it's where all three of my sphynx came from.
 

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I know there is someone in staten island ny that seems to have that color alot I will look for name later and let you know!
 

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I know there is someone in staten island ny that seems to have that color alot I will look for name later and let you know!


Thanks Everyone!

PitRott - She didn't have any on her site or mention of it...thanks though!
 
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If your gonna buy a chocolate kitten...make sure he or she is dna tested on the choc colour then....because a lot of breeders call there kittens chocolate and they are really seal point or seal mink....it is a hard colour to detect.....me and a friend of mine have bought recently a chocolate mink male in Russia....but we had him first dna tested before we bought him....because my friend has bought in the past a male that was called a chocolate point....but really was a seal point.....so better save....then sorry :Wink: Goodluck with your search :ThumbsUp:
 

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Kramer is a choc seal point... which was closer to what i wanted but if we find a choc... i want him ...I just love that color. We found one that was a little older & had already started showing & she wanted 2300 for him because of his quality but someone had put a deposit on him before we could... the person who put the deposit on him lost her job & couldn't take but again we were too late & another breeder took him for a show/ stud cat.
 
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Thanks Everyone!

PitRott - She didn't have any on her site or mention of it...thanks though!
I'm thinking the female that she did have was placed about a month ago. Although, I'm not certain if this was a female that a resulting offspring (which would increase the chances that she would have a chocolate and white male you were looking for since two of her cats would have produced this female) or if this was a female she had been brought in as a breeder. Only she could tell you that.

With all the problems that everyone is having with herpes, hcm-related concerns and fip most recently, I feel compelled to direct everyone to a breeder with a healthy cattery. Especially since you're looking more directly for a specific color.

Anyhow, if you contacted her personally and she did not mention having anything, that would certainly answer the question at hand ;)
 
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Kramer is a choc seal point...
As far as a know....choc seal point isn't a colour.....or he is a seal point or he is a choc point....but choc seal point doesn't excist.....seal point really means a black cat with blue eyes....

I've been looking at your photoalbum.....Kramer seems to be a seal tabby and white and then point or mink.....have you ever take pictures of Kramer with the flash on ?? Because on non of the pictures in your album he has red eyes......usually point cats have red eyes if you take a picture with the flash on......
 

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As far as a know....choc seal point isn't a colour.....or he is a seal point or he is a choc point....but choc seal point doesn't excist.....seal point really means a black cat with blue eyes....

I've been looking at your photoalbum.....Kramer seems to be a seal tabby and white and then point or mink.....have you ever take pictures of Kramer with the flash on ?? Because on non of the pictures in your album he has red eyes......usually point cats have red eyes if you take a picture with the flash on......


I've heard people call it so many diffeent colors mink, sepia, & some others.... Don't get much into the correct color terms much... Unless we are talking bull terriers. I don't show or breed or plan too... I never even registered them I'm just very particular bout the way my animals look
 
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I've heard people call it so many diffeent colors mink, sepia, & some others.... Don't get much into the correct color terms much... Unless we are talking bull terriers. I don't show or breed or plan too... I never even registered them I'm just very particular bout the way my animals look
If you don't breed or show it's not that important.....but i only wanted to say....if you really want to buy a choc cat.....you should have it dna tested....because choc is a colour that is still very rare under the sphynx cats....and some breeders are asking more money for that kind of colours......so it would be a shame....if you pay more money for a choc who isn't really a choc.....
It is hard to tell of a cat is choc....especially when they are also pointed (sepia = bright yellowgreen eyes), (mink = aquablue eyes) or point (bright blue eyes) and then there are the tabby patterns to make it even more hard :Wink:
 

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I totally understand what you are saying.... the Chlt's I have found are very dark when they are little as well. Like i said before we found one but he was spoken for already even though i think he was a year old already...he was 2300...I found a baby one but it was a girl:Cry: Thanks for the info!
 
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I totally understand what you are saying.... the Chlt's I have found are very dark when they are little as well. Like i said before we found one but he was spoken for already even though i think he was a year old already...he was 2300...I found a baby one but it was a girl:Cry: Thanks for the info!
Yw Kerrie :Wink:
 

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I just got an email from the lady whom had the other chlt male we liked & she has a litter on the way that she said should throw some chlts.
 
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There is a lady near Springfield that has white and light chocolate kittens. I'll have to find the website.
 
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