Available Retirees
at Deambarino Birman Cats
Our beautyful blue point Queeny will soon retire.
Queeny was resently mated again and this will be her last litter. She will be spayed after this last litter. She was always a wonderful mom to her kittens but lately she seems to be stressed with the quantity of cats in our home. She loves to cuddle with our 18 year old Birman boy and with our 14 year old Norwegian Forest boy. She is sweet and affectionate to us, but not a lap cat. This might change after spay. She also likes to hunt flies and bugs and playing with the feather stick. We are looking for a future home for her without children and dogs. Another older boy as companion for her would be a good match, depending on the personality. She will be spayed before she moves to her new retirement place. If you feel you are the ideal future family for our lovely Queeny and your home would make an ideal retirement place for her, please contact us. We are looking forward to hear from you.

Queeny
Queeny
Queeny
Queeny


Previous Deambarino Retirees in their new home

Snowyhaven Quarli and her grandson Freddo found their purrever home with Roger and Kathy. They are spoiled kitties.

Quarli
Quarli
Quarli
Quarli
Quarli


Pina Colada
Biene and Daiqui

A note for adopting our retired Birmans

Sometimes we as breeders have many different reasons to part with one of our precious adult birmans. Our birmans are a part of our family and we love them dearly. Therefore we are even stricter at the choices we make for their future adoptive parents. We never thoughtlessly part with any of our birmans. They are only placed when we feel secure in knowing that the love and the welfare of our birmans being met according to our standards. We would like to hear from you if you are interested in sharing your life with a retired birman. We prefer to be contacted by email for further information, if we have a retiree available.