What is included with my kittens for sale?
All of our kittens receive two Heska Ultranasal Feline immunizations, a felv/fiv test, and a parasite fecal exam. Intranasal vaccines are used since they are safer for the babies and do not require injections. Male kittens are neutered as well before being adopted. They also have a written congenital defect warranty.
How do I reserve my kitten?
A deposit is required to hold a kitten. You can choose between a boy or a girl, as well as seal or blue. We can generally have your kitten ready in a couple of months, and because we don’t have enough cats, we often have older kittens for sale. We do, however, allow reserved kittens to visit when they are 6 weeks old. We’ll also send a photo every three weeks once they’ve started to show some color.
What’s your opinion on declawing on kittens for sale?
We adhere to all AVMA declawing policies. If you are on blood thinners, have an immunological condition, allergies, or are through chemotherapy, we can declaw your kitten humanely before you take it home. While declawing is a contentious topic, it is generally agreed that kittens that are declawed earlier in life heal more quickly than cats who are declawed later in life.
Why would I get kittens for sale from a breeder instead of an animal shelter?
For thousands of years, animals have been deliberately selected to be better adapted to their environment and position in society. To keep their food safe, ancient Egyptians bred cats to be outstanding mousers. Modern cat breeds and kittens have been bred to be sociable, social indoor pet cats with a silky, plush coat in the same way. Furthermore, the health of the parents is closely monitored, as is the environment in which the kittens are nurtured. This isn’t the same as rescuing a nice little kitten from your local animal shelter and selling it. Everyone should do what is best for themselves and their families. you can also get to us by searching kittens near me on google