• Pipps Egyptian Maus

    A CFA and TICA Registered In-Home Cattery

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  • Available Kittens

    Find the "purrfect" addition to your family!

    Deposits on future litters
    Deposits on future litters
    300.00 - 500.00
    The total price for a silver Egyptian Mau kitten is $1200. The total price for a smoke Egyptian Mau kitten is $900. This price does include altering. The price does not include transporting the kitten. Please fill out a kitten approval form and be approved before sending a deposit. Those who have made deposits will be allowed to choose their kittens in the order the deposit was received. If no kitten meets the expectations of one who has placed a deposit, a choice may be made from subsequent litters :)
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  • About Pipps Egyptian Maus

    providing quality pets as family companions

    Our Cattery

    We have been blessed with guidance from some of the most experienced Egyptian Mau breeders. We strive for excellence in everything we do and do our best to provide kittens of excellent health and temperament. Kittens imprint from about 3-7 weeks; it is vital that they bond with humans and are exposed to a variety of sights and sounds during this time to become exceptional companions. We are not a kitten mill, nor are our cats living unhappy lives in tiny cages; instead, our Maus are treated lovingly and ethically -- prioritizing their health and safety.


    All pet Maus will be spayed/neutered before they leave our home. We do not place unaltered cats/kittens in any home/cattery with connections to other unaltered breeds/exotics.

    Egyptian Maus

    This breed is the only natural, domestic spotted cat. Some genetic studies indicate that they are the oldest domesticated breed of cat. Unfortunately, Maus are rare, and inbreeding has affected the health of many Maus. We have traveled to the Netherlands and are working with foundation Maus with the guidance of experienced breeders to help solve this problem.


    Although my Maus love to jump and play, my babies also enjoy a fair amount of lap time, too. While genetic testing links them to the small, wild cat of Egypt depicted in ancient hieroglyphics (mau is related to the Egyptian word for cat), they have been domesticated for a sufficient number of generations that Maus bond well with humans. Pure-bred cats have developed not only predicable appearances, but also more predictable personalities/traits. For example, Maus are extremely intelligent and quick, but still have more of a desire to please humans than some other breeds.


    The short-medium silky Mau coats make care easy; their high level of intelligence allows them to be trained to walk on a leash, play fetch, do tricks, etc; and their chirpy, chortle vocalizations will lift your heart!!!!


    Your new kitten will need time to adjust to his or her new environment. I strongly recommend pairing your kitten with another pet to keep him or her company. If you purchase a litter-mate, I will deduct $100 from your total. When you arrive home, for the first few days, try confining your new kittens to a kitten-proof room when you are unable to monitor them. Remember, these are babies who do not automatically know to avoid chewing on your wires or walking around an open toilet.


    New kittens should not be left unsupervised with young children or other non-littermate pets for a few days so that appropriate boundaries can be established. Expect a bit of hissing/staring with a bushing tail/etc. when first introducing your kitten to an established cat or dog. Before long, however, your kitten will probably be sharing a bed with the other pet in your house. Unless you purchase a litter-mate to keep him or her company, plan to bring your new family member home when you have a couple of days to spend with him or her. Although Egyptian Maus are not overly clingy, they will not thrive in isolation. If everyone in your home works long hours and you cannot manage to also bring home a litter-mate, please do not purchase a kitten from us.

    Health Guarantee

    A pure-bred cat is a large investment in a companion that we expect to keep you company for a decade or more. Upon bringing home a kitten, you will have three days to return him or her for a full refund for any reason. We test our sire/dam and take our kittens to our vet for full examinations; however, it is possible (though unlikely) that an undetected genetic health issue that endangers your kitten is identified in the 1st year; if this occurs, we will refund the purchase price or allow you to trade in your kitten for a new one, with either proof of defect from your vet with a live kitten returned or a diagnostic necropsy. If you are providing quality care for your Egyptian Mau, but he or she dies unexpectedly for any reason within the first 3 years (such as a family car accident), we will allow you to choose a kitten from our next litter with a diagnostic necropsy . Buyers are responsible for the costs involved in returning a kitten or performing the diagnostic necropsy; the cattery is not responsible for any vet fees incurred by the new owner once the kitten is in the new owner's possession. If an owner can no longer care for a kitten for any reason, the owner may return the kitten to the cattery, but the owner is responsible for transporting the kitten to us and will not receive a reimbursement as older kittens/cats are difficult to place.

  • Kitten Approval Form

    Please fill out and submit the Kitten Interest Form. Kittens will only be placed in approved homes.

  • Placement Details

    Christmas Pics by Savannah Renfro Photography - https://www.facebook.com/savannah.renfro.photography/

    All photos are completely without any retouching at my request to be as honest as possible.


    Your new kitten will go home with some of his/her current food. You should bring a carrier. Kittens make better pets when they have had more time with their mother to learn how to behave with people and other animals. Kittens are usually 12-16 weeks when they are ready for placement. Please prepare an inside area for your kitten. Egyptian Maus can run 35 miles an hour, so allowing them outside may mean that you lose your pet. Furthermore, our contract will include a clause against declawing. The kitten will be altered before leaving our cattery.


    Our cattery is located in ​Southeast TN. By texting ahead --(423)716-7678 -- you may plan a visit. If you do not choose one of our babies, I strongly encourage you to visit any cattery you are considering before paying a deposit. Delivery costs are not included in the cost for the kitten. Shipping costs are the actual cost for the flight for one person with the kitten. Some families choose to fly someone out (CHA is the Chattanooga Airport a bit over 1 hr. away) and bring the kitten back as a carry on. We can meet you at the airport if you do not wish to inspect our home where we raise our Maus. We can also drive and hand-deliver your kitten for $1 per mile working around my schedule as a teacher. Car travel is better for kittens if possible.


    As I suspect your family vet will tell you, spayed or neutered cats make much better pets as their personalities will be more family-oriented. Unaltered males will likely spray, have foul urine, and be anxious to travel to "find love." Unaltered females are at risk for deadly infections if left in heat too long. We alter before placing kittens.


    After hearing from several prospective pet parents who wish to know with certainty that they can receive a kitten from us without fighting the "kittens have been born" rush, we have decided to take deposits on future litters. Those with deposits paid will be contacted in the order that they paid their deposits for kitten choice.


    Keep in mind, we are not a kitten mill, and we breed selectively to produce well-socialized, healthy kittens without the inbreeding issues that are so prevalent. We usually have one litter a year.


    To reserve a future kitten, you may pay a deposit of $300 for a smoke or $500 for a silver. The deposit is not refundable, but if a litter is born at a time that is inconvenient for you or does not have the sex or color combination you desire, you may wait until a litter is born that does meet your qualifications.


    You may visit, and I will do my absolute best to send appropriate photos and describe the personality accurately. We accept Paypal and cash. A check must be received 10 days before pick up and clear before we will release the kitten.

    We love to play!

  • Mausings from the Cattery

    Comments on Cats and Cat Issues

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  • Photos & Videos

    Take a look and enjoy!

    Bath Time

    Sometimes we just don't want a bath!

    A Kitten's Life

    Eat, sleep, cuddle, repeat

    Where's my toy?

    Zuberi can't quite find the toy she wants!

    Yahya loves to play!

    Abraham - Our stud boy from Amsterdam :)

    Abraham's mom (Luna) and uncle are featured in Royal Canin's videos: http://www.egyptianmau.net/royal-canin

    Our playful Sabbel

    Our playful Sabbel

    Ginkgo loves to wrestle!

    Ramses, Tao, and Etch Discover Water

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    Deposits are nonrefundable unless the kitten has a non-disclosed, serious health defect.  If there is a health problem, the deposit will be refunded in full. If you pay a deposit, but find that the kitten's personality isn't quite what you wanted, you may apply your deposit to any future kitten. Kittens must be altered/spayed unless another arrangement has been made. Once purchased, the new owner has two weeks to have the kitten screened by his or her own vet. If a change of circumstance causes the new owner to re-home his or her cat, Pippskittens will house and attempt to find a new forever home; however, no funds will be returned. Shipping/delivery costs vary and are not included in the cost of the kitten. A $100 discount will be given to the total cost if two kittens are purchased at one time. A $50 referral fee will be paid to owners whose excellent experience with one of our kittens leads another approved pet home to purchase and keep a kitten from Pippskittens.