Let me elaborate on that.
Ever since I announced that once our daughter graduates and moves out, we will be phasing out of breeding, I have received an avalanche of requests from breeders that quickly want a kitten before I quit.
I have never sold a lot of breeder kittens. Not only do I find it risky because of potential health problems, I also don't want my lines all over the place. There are cats in our breed that have been so overbred that it's hard to find a pedigree without those specific lines in them. There are males that have been used just about everywhere and guess what happens when health issues show up? That's right, you can't contain the problem because it's too wide spread and you're not doing the breed any favors with that.
Another reason is that I have a specific standard for breeders I work with. I want my cats and kittens shown, I want them tested for HCM annually and I want regular health screening to be done and receive proof that it is being done. You would not believe how many breeders are not willing to do that.
I only work with people that I know and have known for quite a while and that uphold the same standards as I do. I will not sell or trade breeder cats or kittens with anyone I don't implicitly trust. When I started out I got burned by too many people who got a cat or kitten from me and then did exactly what I asked them not to do and refused to do the right thing when I asked them to. That pretty much shut down my willingness to sell breeder kittens. You get burned hard a few times and your desire to sell breeder kittens goes out the door pretty quickly.
I see it happen everywhere, breeders selling breeder kittens left and right, without regard for health or type or personality, but simply to make money or hoping that they will become famous because their lines are so "well known". They don't mentor the new breeders they sell cats to, they don't even health screen their own cats, they simply want to make money and gain fame at the same time. In my opinion that is about all the wrong reasons you can think of for selling a cat into a breeding program.
So no, you can't quickly get a breeder kitten before I quit, unless I know you and am working with you already.