Prior to picking up your kitten
During Pick Up
Kittens will have a surrogate sibling (stuffed animal) with the scents of their original family on it or piece of their litters blanket, a sample of their food, this Kitten Information and Acclimation Guide, and their shot record.
Kittens MUST go, per contract, to the vet for routine vaccinations, wormings, and to maintain a preventative for fleas and ticks. This appointment should be scheduled before you pick up your kitten to ensure the kitten will be seen within 72 hours of arrival and again if needed at 15 weeks old. At that vet appointment, spay/neuter should also be scheduled for when the kitten is 4-6 months old (or per policy of your vet).
Requests for TICA registration papers require proof of spay/neuter.
After the vet appointment, remember to watch your kitten for any vaccination or worming reactions. It is normal to be sore, lethargic, and to develop a mild fever for a day or two. However, if more severe reactions occur such as hives, facial swelling, or nausea, your vet should be contacted immediately.
Payment Methods We Accept
All Miscellaneous fees associated with the chosen payment type are the responsibility of the client, not the breeder!!!!