You're absolutely right, marlene! No way that cat would be declawed if it's a show cat (none of my Siamese cats were declawed and neither is Piglet, who I suspect was a former show cat). Also, the sphynx cat in the picture doesn't look "high quality" enough to be a show kitty.A show cat that's been fully declawed? ROFL. Since when do ANY of the associations allow declawed cats to be shown? She's just spouting crap to try to get a better price.
Annette, there are no sphynx cat rescue groups in Colorado or in the Rocky Mtn area that I know of. Your best bet is to keep checking the Sphynx Cat Rescue section here on the Sphynx Lair site. I recently found my new sphynx male cat "Amo" because another member here posted a denverpost.com ad from someone in Denver looking for a new home for their sphynx cat.Hi
I live North of Denver about an hour. We just lost our cat this week and I've been thinking about this breed for a while. I would like to give a needy cat a good home. I have a hard time with people who are trying to sell their cats they don't want for large sums of $$. It seems like they would be more concerned about giving the cat a good home than the money. Any suggestions on a good rescue group?