• Highland King Retired King

    Welcome to
    RockStar Cattery
    New Hampshire


    Retired King
    Rocky

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Why RockStar Cattery?

Because we love our Highland Lynx as much as you will!


I am a small in-home breeder in Southern New Hampshire, who has been breeding Highland Lynx cats for about 7 years. In 2012, I became very sick and I used that time to research the breed and cats in general. I chose this breed for their intelligence, temperament and extremely loving character. I just love my Highland Lynx cats who have brought a lot of joy into my life. So sometimes, good things come from bad things.

I work from my home, so I am with them all day. My cats have the run of my home and also have access to roam in a safe outside enclosure They are my pets, an extension of my family with no crates or cages!!!

You are welcome to come and see my cats anytime. I am 8 miles from the Mass border in Milford, New Hampshire.

I have been blessed to have these cats in my life!
Cindy Aldous


Cat Care

What to expect when you get your RockStar cat.


Ear Care

Highland Lynx ears are always curled. The curled ears are caused by a dominant gene that curls their ears and somewhat narrows the ear canal that requires regular cleaning of brown ear wax. Every cat is different and if you look in their ears you will see what needs to be gently cleaned. In general, cats that shake their heads may be a sign that their ears need to be cleaned. It is good practice to check their ears on a weekly basis and clean if necessary.

RockStar Cattery recommends the use of MalAcetic ULTRA Otic cleanser. The majority of our cats are able to clean their ears on their own and do not need to be treated with a cleanser. For those that do need help in maintain good ear heath we have found that MalAcetic ULTRA Otic cleanser has been instrumental in preventing ear infections and fluid buildup. A couple of drops on a cotton pad and squeezed into the ear is all it takes. MalAcetic ULTRA Otic cleanser is available on Ebay, Amazon, Chewy.com and other suppliers.

Nail Care

Kittens should have their nails trimmed on a regular basis. The pink part of a cats nail is called the quick and is where the nerves and blood vessels are. Do NOT cut this sensitive area. Snip only the white part of the cats nails. It's better to be cautious and cut less of the nail rather than risk cutting into the quick. If you do accidentally cut the quick, any bleeding can be stopped with a styptic powder or stick. By clipping your cats nails when they are young and often in a calm atmosphere, they will get used to it. Here at RockStar Cattery we can help you with any questions you may have with your cats nail care.

Diet

Your new kitten should be eating a good quality canned grain free diet specifically formulated for kittens until age one. Cats are the ultimate carnivore, a meat eater by nature, they crave a diet rich in meat, poultry or fish protein. Providing a well balanced grain free wet food diet and plenty of water is key to providing proper nutrition to grow properly and keeping cats of all ages healthy. Kittens have very small teeth and can't chew dry food very well so grain free kibble should be limited to treats and behavioral training. At age one you can switch your kitten to an adult grain free canned cat food. At RockStar Cattery we feed our cats a raw diet. If you want any information about raw diets or have any further questions regarding your kitten's diet, please feel free to contact us.

Ears, Tails and Paws

Every cat is different, but here is what you can get.


The very first Highland Lynx litter was born on July 1, 1995 at Timberline cattery in N.C. The Highland Lynx is the only cat breed specifically developed from two existing breeds. The Timberline Cattery pioneered the development of the Highland Lynx by crossing Desert Lynx cats with the Jungle Curl cats.

The polydactyl gene (which produces extra toes) is a dominant gene which is considered a desirable trait in these cats. They have the same life expectancy as any domestic cat. Many people say they are more doglike in their personalities and highly intelligent. Many people have easily taught their cats to fetch, walk on a leash and more. They get along very well with other cats and household pets. They require the same inoculations and veterinarian care as any domestic cat. They are often larger weighing between 13 and 23 lbs. Highland Lynx reach full maturity at 3 years of age unlike a domestic cat which is 1 year.

Bobtails

Our cats can have Long Tail (LT), Hock or Rumpy; Natural Short Tail (NST) and each cat in the litter can be different.


Polydactyl Feet

Polydactyl (Poly) cats may have as many as seven digits on front and/or hind paws, and various combinations of anywhere from four to seven are common.

Curled Ears

The curled ears (CE) is a dominant gene so litters will often contain a mix of curl-eared and straight eared kittens.

What People Say about RockStar Cats

The RockStar Breeders

Current and former breeders of RockStar Cattery


Retired King Highland Lynx Rocky


(Aka Tank)
Bronze Leopard
Poly all 4 - NST - CE
2nd Generation Timberline Cattery

Retired Queen Highland Lynx Fancy


(Aka Fancy Pants)
Bronze Leopard
Mitten all 4 - NST - CE
2nd Generation Timberline Cattery

Retired Queen Highland Lynx Stella


(Aka Stella Bella)
Silver Leopard
Poly all 4 - CE Short tail

King Highland Lynx Montana Red


(Aka Cute Butt)
Orange Leopard
Super Poly - NST - CE

Queen Highland Lynx Trixie


(Aka Trixie Trix)
Snow Marble Classic
Poly all 4 - LT - CE

Queen Highland Lynx Trixie


(Aka Trixie Trix)
Snow Marble Classic
Poly all 4 - LT - CE

King Highland Lynx Montana Red


(Aka Cute Butt)
Orange Leopard
Super Poly - NST - CE

Queen Highland Lynx Lanie


(Aka Miss Lanie)
Snow
Poly all 4 - CE - NST

Queen Highland Lynx Lanie


(Aka Miss Lanie)
Snow
Poly all 4 - CE - NST

King Highland Lynx Montana Red


(Aka Cute Butt)
Orange Leopard
Super Poly - NST - CE

Queen Highland Lynx Texas


(Aka Miss Texas)
Bronze Leopard
Poly all 4 - CE - Long tail

Queen Highland Lynx Texas


(Aka Miss Texas)
Bronze Leopard
Poly all 4 - CE - Long tail

Available Kittens

RockStar adorable kittens ready to be taken home.


HELLO I have 2 litters due in the 2 weeks. The end of June. I have many deposits. I am breeding Trixie in 2 weeks a deposit holds your place in line. THANK YOU CINDY ROCKSTAR CATTERY NH


More Photos

More Photos of RockStar Cats


Contact Us

Please feel free to ask us anything.


If you would like any further information about RockStar Cattery, any of our cats, or a future kitten purchase, please contact us by filling out the information below. We are happy to answer any questions you may have including helping you in deciding which kitten is best for you in their forever home.

We ask that you provide as much detail as possible about yourself as well as what you are looking for in a kitten, in your message. The more information that is provided about your family, other pets in the home and your past animal experience is helpful in giving us a better understanding that our kittens will be placed in a safe home environment. We also accept requests to be placed on a waiting list for future kittens.

If you want to visit and see our current litters or just see our breeders we are more than willing to assist by contacting us to setup an appointment.

If you send us an email and do not hear back from me within 24 hours, then chances are your email did not go through or got stuck somewhere in my SPAM folder. If you do not hear from us, please call or text us at 603-345-9228.

A NON-REFUNDABLE deposit of $200.00 is required to be guaranteed a kitten. The deposit reserves the buyer a choice of kittens on a first come first served basis once they become available. Be the first to choose from the litter by completing the contact information and providing us with a deposit.
The deposit amount will be considered partial payment towards the total price of the kitten. Make sure your decision is final before placing a deposit on a kitten. Deposits are non-refundable and will be considered payment for boarding, grooming, and lost opportunities for placement if you decide not to purchase a kitten.
If you are interested in reserving a kitten, please contact us as soon as possible to get you place in line to choose from the litter.

PRICING AND PAYMENT: These are the general guideline to better understand the prices of our kittens for sale. Once your kitten’s traits have been determined, we will contact you to discuss the final price.
 Highland Lynx prices are $800-$1100 depending on color, markings, feet and tail.
 Desert Lynx prices are $550-$900 depending on color, markings, feet and tail.
 Highland Lynx breeder prices range from $1400 to $2000 to approved parties only.
The best way to reserve your favorite kitten is by placing a deposit. Please contact RockStar Cattery for any additional questions.

All kittens will have a NH well-check certificate issued by a licensed veterinarian within 10 days of pickup.

To be put on the RockStar Cattery waiting list for future Highland Lynx kittens you only have to contact us. Being on a waiting list lets us know that you are interested in purchasing a kitten and provides us with the information necessary to contact you once they become available. Those interested in being put on a list that guarantees a kitten when they become available need to provide a deposit.

Cat's can run up to 30 mph.
Cat's do not have the ability to taste sweets.
Cat's sleep about 15 hours per day to conserve energy to hunt.
Cat's are color blind. Red and green are the 2 most difficult colors for them.
Cat's shed their whiskers several times in their life time.
Cat's whiskers are used for judging distance, space and to sense object's in the dark.
Cat's do dream.
Cat's have been domesticated for over 4000 years with some estimates of over 12000 years.
Almost all orange cats are male and it is rare to see and orange female. It has also been my experience that most orange cats are overly friendly and loving.
An indoor cat can live up to 15 years and commonly reach 18 to 20 years. Outdoor cats have an average life span of 6 years SO KEEP THE CRITTERS INSIDE!! PLEASE!

Info@Rockstarcattery.com

Milford, NH

603-345-9228