WHAT ARE OUR QUALIFICATIONS AS A PET SALES ESTABLISHMENT? We are proud to be one of the first USDA Licensed and Inspected Cattery in the State of Arizona. We are approved and licensed by USDA to ship our kitten sight unseen to our customers over the Internet.
You might wonder what this means to you as a buyer: It means that our Cattery has been inspected by a USDA Federal Marshal, A State of Arizona Federally appointed USDA Marshal and our personal Veterinary Service here in Maricopa, AZ. It means that we are found to be a hygienically clean facility; that our cats are treated humanly; receive proper medical care; are provided with the best food and clean water daily; in a comfortable climate controlled environment.
When shopping for your pet make sure the person or facility you buy from is USDA inspected to be certain you're working with a supervised, clean and honest pet sale company. Just saying they're USDA Compliant means nothing and in fact could be completely untrue. If they aren't licensed, they are not Gov. inspected. We are also one of the few Exotic Shorthair Catteries who breed 100% Exotic Shorthair Cats. All of our cats are DNA tested HZ for short hair. Almost all of the other catteries breed Persian cats into their lines to keep them fuzzy but I believe they are not pure EXOTIC SHORTHAIR unless they are pure, 100% HZ SHORTHAIR :O)
Picture donated by Laura T. Thank you for this great picture!
Picture donated by Sharon P-L. Thank you!
This picture was donated by Amy C. Thank you so much Amy for this wonderful picture!
DONATED BY: TARA J, THANK YOU!
Picture donated by Todd F, Thank you, this picture is priceless!
Thank you so much Sarha.........beautiful pictures of your baby boys!
Cattery slide show.
The Kittens in the movie above have gone to new homes and are no longer for sale. I put this movie on our opening page to give you a glimpse as to how our kittens are raised here at Exotic Dit-Dots. They are raised like this until they are 5wks old and then we take them into the house to get used to normal activity in a home. It helps them get used to all the sounds and visuals they will experience as a pet.
This picture was donated by Sarah Fujimoto. Thank you so much. This is an amazing picture !