What is the
goal of your breeding program?
The goal should be to create healthy, well socialized, beautiful
cats that become integral parts of peoples' lives.
your cats/kittens health?
The veterinarian sees the kittens at
8 weeks for their first check up and vaccines, at eleven weeks for the
second check up, and often, another time before the kitten leaves. The
kittens have received at least two FPL-CVR vaccines and have been checked
for cataracts, heart murmurs, leg and hip problems… etc.. the health
of the kittens is guaranteed by a Health Certificate and you are given
complete access to health records through the veterinarian on your kitten.
A serious breeder shouldn't have problems
to answer to this kind of inquiries.
"We guarantee they are FeLV
and FIV negative at the time they leave our home".
pull blood to check for Corona virus? FeLV?
The breeder has
to guarantee a FIP & FeLV-free cattery! The breeder has to test
all kitten on Corona virus. FeLV vaccines are kept current on all the
cats (included adults).
If a cat contacts FIP, do you replace the kitten?
It should never be the question.
cats are in your breeding program?
Not more than 7 cats.
the kitten go to its' new home?
Companion kittens will generally be
adoptable at 14 -18 weeks of age. At that age, they are confident, well-socialized
and ready to adapt to a new environment.