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Welcome to TX-QTPIES


TX-QTPIES is a family owned, very small cattery started in 2016.  We  are located in Central Texas.  I am a retired school teacher and LOVE Devon Rex cats.  We had one black and white female Devon Rex, Princess (pictured below), who passed on after giving us almost 17 years of loving.  We bought two more Devons in 2015 (Storm and Ruby - Storm had to be spayed, then was successfully re-homed).  Ruby gave us one litter of 2 kittens. She has been spayed and has successfully been re-homed. We then bought our next baby, Willow, and kept one of her babies (Peppermint Patty) from her first litter (a black/silver mackeral tabby and white).

The Heller Family


  Because we are only a hobby, we do not have kittens available often. However, if you are interested in getting a cat or kitten from us, please check back on our website frequently.  We do not have a wait list as we are a small cattery, and all kittens are on a first come, first served basis. 

Once a deposit has been made on your kitten, updated photos and information will be sent often. Our cats and kittens are part of our family and have the run of the house.

We are a registered cattery with both CFA (Cat Fancier's Association)  http://www.cfa.org

and TICA (The International Cat Association) https://www.tica.org/en/

I am also a member of the Devon Rex Breed Club http://www.devonrexbreedclub.com

and Planet Devon https://planetdevon.com

I also have a small business on ebay https://www.ebay.com/ (user name is devonrexcatlady)



About the Devon Rex
The Devon Rex breed originated in England and they are short-haired cats with slender bodies and wavy/curly coats. These cats are known to be very intelligent, able to master difficult tricks and even recognize their owner’s name as well as their own.

Though they are often compared to the Cornish Rex, they are not related. Devon Rex cats have more hair than just the down hair that the Cornish Rex has. They are medium sized and are often called “alien” or “pixie cat” due to their large ears, eyes, and wide heads. They have light bodies with long legs and unusually large toes.

These cats are very acrobatic, mischievous, active and playful. They prefer to be in high places and get into nooks and crannies. They also often bond with a certain person in the household, enjoying resting on their neck or shoulders. They are very loyal and affectionate and follow their human(s) everywhere.



Ruby and Storm                                               Willow as a baby                       Ruby as a baby
All kittens carry a guarantee to be free of any genetic defects for the first year.   Any genetic defects will have shown up by then.
Check the Contact tab for more information on aquiring a Devon Rex kitten from our cattery.


  How to contact me by e-mail: tx.qtpies@gmail.com  
  Text or call: 713-419-9673 (Cheryl Heller)