Welcome to Stellarosa Exotics

Due to the unfortunate increase in pet scams on the internet we would like to point out some facts about Stellarosa which I hope will give you confidence in considering a kitten from our cattery. Because we are affiliated with Cat Fanciers Association (CFA), The International Cat Association (TICA) and American Cat Fanciers Association (ACFA), you are able to contact those organizations.

We are a Southern California Hobby Breeder specializing in quality Exotic Shorthair Himalayan Color Point kittens….. Seal, Blue, Blue Cream, Flame, Cream, Tortie, and Lynx.  On occasion we have Tabby kittens available.  Please contact us for information on available kittens, or upcoming litters.

Please view what others have to say about Stellarosa Exotics Shorthair kittens.

We test and are PKD (Persian Kidney Disease), FIV (Feline Immunodefeciency Virus), FeLV (Feline Leukimia Virus), negative cattery. Occasionally we have Exotic Shorthair Kittens for sale of various colors.

We would like to thank the breeders that were generous in sharing their pedigree and quality kittens with STELLAROSA EXOTICS. CHERRYBIRDIE- Cheryl Riley, TITBIT-Natalia Drogalena, LATLORIEN-Maria Drogalena, SHAPARACK- Maria Koretskaya.

exotic shorthair kittens playing

Come on in — explore our photo galleries and breed profiles and you will enjoy discovering that the best qualities of both Persian and Shorthair cats have emerged as the Exotic Shorthair. You will see very sweet, quiet, and affectionate cats that are actually easy to groom due to the short , plush coat. Their easygoing temperament is quite compatible with our French Bulldogs and with most any household pet with whom they grow up.

The Exotic Shorthair is a breed of cat developed to be a short-haired version of the Persian. The Exotic is similar to the Persian in many ways, including temperament and conformation, with the exception of the short dense coat.

Because of the regular use of Persians as outcrosses, some Exotics may carry a copy of the recessive longhair gene. When two such cats mate, there is a 1 in 4 chance of each offspring being longhaired. Ironically, longhaired Exotics are not considered Persians by CFA (The Cat Fanciers’ Association, Inc.), although TICA (The International Cat Association) accepts them as Persians. Other associations like the ACFA (American Cat Fanciers Association) register them as a separate Exotic Longhair breed.

You can read more about the Exotic Shorthair Cat here.