Breeder of third generation Napoleon cats,
the pride of cat lovers, and the kings and queens
of the cat world.
The biggest clue when looking for a good cattery is the place where the kitten is coming from. To find a kitten that is most likely to be well-
Tiny Lions Napoleons is a small pet-
We invite you on a photo tour of our home to see how our cats live. Anyone interested in one of our kittens is always welcome to tour the home in person.
This is Claude’s sanctuary, where he and our other cats go when we leave the house to keep safe from harassment from the dogs, should that happen behind our backs.
Cats enjoy sunlight and looking out windows. Our house has numerous windows that give them plenty of sunshine throughout the day, from any room.
Our cats took over our son’s room when he went off to college. The idea of taking out the bed did not go over well with the cats. They use it for lounging and to play on. I find that it’s an essential piece of furniture for them.
Cat toys and cat condos can be found throughout the house. These condos are quick safe havens for the cats when they can’t get into their room quickly. For any cat living with dogs, it is always smart to have a place where it can climb to safety, no matter how friendly the dogs are with it.
My office. When we got our Napoleons, I had a friend make these beautiful shelves so they could join me while I do office work. My dog is always ever faithfully by my side, so it was necessary to add the shelves for a safety measure–just in case.
Josie chilling in the bathroom connected to the office, one of her favorite places. Another favorite is in a cubby hole above the bathtub (to the right, not visible), where she can seclude herself out of sight.
Photo taken by our wildlife camera outside our garage one night. This mountain lion is only one of a few that live in the area. I’ve run across a pair of them feeding on a deer during broad daylight behind the house. We love our wildlife out here but our little lions (our Napoleons) stay inside, for obvious reasons.
This is the nursery we added onto the house, where new litters will be born and kept in peace and quiet from the rest of the animals in the house. They will arguably have the best views. Currently, the nursery has in-
There you have it, a photo tour of our cattery. We are invested in our cats (as well as our dogs) and ensure that they have everything they need. If you are interested in any of our kittens and you live anywhere in the area, feel free to inspect our cattery and the condition of our cats; we would be proud to show you. Please call ahead of time to arrange an appointment. You can reach us any of the following ways:
Home phone: (719)687-
Cell phone: (305)333-
Note: If you are calling and you do not receive an answer, please leave a message. Due to the inordinate number of unsolicited callers, we screen our calls from unknown numbers. Leave a time when it’s best to call you back. We will return your phone call.
Disclaimer required by TICA for the use of their logo: This cattery has NOT been inspected by and is not endorsed by The International Cat Association, Inc.