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Kitten care

We love our kittens! The kittens are always with us, every single day! Before a kitten goes to their new home, they will have received all vaccinations, been dewormed and spayed/neutered as well as health checked by our veterinarian. All of our parent cats are health tested.

Around 16 weeks old, kittens will be ready to go to their new homes. We welcome you to come visit your kitten once they have been fully vaccinated, around 12 weeks of age. We keep the kittens until they are this age in order to make sure they are fully socialized and litter box trained. We require your kitten to see your veterinarian within 3 days of bringing them home- if you chose not to do this, it will void any written guarantees. All veterinarian expenses will be covered at the expense of the new owner.

Our kittens will be used to regular grooming, such as brushing and nail trimming. Nail trimming is very important in order to minimize your kitten scratching things they shouldn’t; although they will be scratching post trained. We are happy to show you how to do this if you haven’t done it before! Our kittens are never to be declawed- declawing is actually amputating part of the cat’s “fingers”. Declawing causes long term damage and can create VERY negative behaviors in your cat such as biting and litterbox issues, and also results in a life time of pain.

​Kittens are easily vulnerable to stress from stress related situations like isolation, the cold, loud children, other animals and wearing collars. Stress can weaken their immune system and cause illness or even death.
If you aren’t often home to spend time with your kitten or you away from home all day a second kitten would be ideal to keep your existing kitten company. These kittens are raised with love and care surrounded by the whole family and would love to be part of the family in every way.
Keep your kitten safe and secure in your home and do not let them out on the street. They do need fresh air though so an outdoor enclosure is highly recommended or please  make sure to have a harness and leash for any outdoor adventures! British Shorthairs and Maine Coons are excellent indoor cats and should be protected from car accidents, dog attacks, Feline Aids (from other cat bites) as well as intestinal parasites from rodents and birds. 

You will have to wash where the kitten sleeps once every week or when its required, you also have to wipe down their equipment often. The place where they live always has to be neat and tidy since that's how they have been raised and how I'd like them to live. As for plates you have to change their plates after every single meal, you can't mix two different types of food together under any circumstances and food they don't eat under 24 hours you will have to rubbish because it will start growing bacteria and breeding germs. It's very important to feed them 4 times a day at the beginning. You should have on hand 4 extra plates just for the 4 meals. Diet: we feed dry food, raw food and canned food. Ideally, the majority of your kitten’s diet should be either raw or canned as dry food is high in carbs and low in moisture and not ideal for cats. We feed Darwin’s Natural Pet products for raw,  Royal Canin mother kitten wet and dry food. Dry food and water should be available 24/7. Water changed daily and a litter box cleaning at least twice a day.

All of our kittens are guarenteed Felv/FIV negative, free of parasites and fungus.

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