Kittentanz

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This is Diva's Seal Point Siamese male..

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This is Mole's Seal Point Siamese female #1..

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This is Mole's Seal Point Siamese female #2..

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This is Mole's Seal Point Siamese female #3..

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This is Mole's Seal Point Siamese female #4..

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This is Cookie's Natural Mink Tonkinese male..

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This is Joan's Blue Point Siamese female..

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This is Joan's Seal Point Siamese female..

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This is Tinker's Seal Point Siamese female #4..

About Kittentanz:

We are a Cattery in Atlanta, Georgia that specializes in breeding traditional Siamese kittens, otherwise known as "Applehead" Siamese kittens, and traditional Tonkinese kittens. Besides "Applehead" Siamese or traditional Siamese kittens, and Tonkinese kittens, we often have Balinese and Exotic kittens.

Owned and operated by Bill and Michelle Harrison, we are registered with  CFA, and CCR and also, we are registered with the Georgia Agriculture Commission as a licensed pet dealer. Together we have over thirty three years experience raising and selling kittens.

Kittentanz Cattery office hours are 9:00 am- 5:00 pm -EST, Mon- Sat, closed Sundays. Please E-mail anytime for a quick reply!  Kittentanz takes Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Amex and PayPal.


Please call or write today to reserve your Kittentanz kitten!
770-735-1405 or   catman@kittentanz.com

We are Michelle and Bill Harrison and we have been breeding and selling kittens together for over 33 years.  Kittentanz Cattery is in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains and specializes in traditional "Applehead" Siamese kittens, and traditional Tonkinese kittens.

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What's new?

Jan. 07
Happy New Year!  If the Christmas has left you with gift money that you want to spend on a new companion, please feel free to give us a call!
Oct. 26
Happy Halloween!  Now is the  time to start thinking about what Santa is doing for that "Cold Winter's Night"... Please call us to find out what the "Elves" have available!

Please be aware that cats and dogs cannot eat chocolate!  It is poisonous for them!
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