Although we talk a lot about purebreeds, AKC (American Kennel Club) and CKC (Continental Kennel Club), as well as the CFA (Cat Fanciers Association) we are NOT pure breed snobs by any means!
We owned a large mixed breed dog, who passed away recently at the age of 16, and a DSH cat that passed away just days later at the age of 17. Both were rescues that we raised with our children, and both are terribly missed.
We believe that any cat or dog can make a great companion. When we mention pure breeds here, it is solely to focus on the breeds we offer and are discussing.
We are proud of our animals, who we generally refer to as our 'babies", regardless of bloodlines, Championships, country of origin, kennel club affiliation etc. and we hope that you will be too.
When we acquire a dog or cat, our intention is to provide a loving and safe home where they are pampered and spoiled long before ever producing a litter.
In most breeding programs that will exceed one generation, it becomes necessary to retire some dogs/ cats to forever pet homes when their breeding careers come to an end. This is not because we don't care, it is actually because we do.
We want to be sure every doggy/ kitty gets what they need and deserve before, during, and after their breeding careers. Whenever rehoming becomes necessary, our top priority is to find a loving, safe and suitable home for the respective cat or dog.
We have had great success with placing our retired adults and have brought lots of joy to those who prefer older babies as well as those who may not be able to afford to obtain a purebred puppy or kitten but would like the love of a specific breed that we offer.
Again, our dogs and cats come first! Please continue on to learn more about Say Chis Breeders, our dog program, our cattery, and our growing family of dogs and cats...