Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Litter!
If you are interested
in buying, or are looking for a kitten in the future, then please email me; if I cannot help you, I may know of a breeder that may
be able to.
All my kittens leave
home after they have reached 13 weeks of age. They are vaccinated,
insured and registered with the GCCF.
They will all have been given a health check by a vet prior to leaving.
Kittens will be completely
weaned and are litter trained and will be microchipped.
I will ask many questions
about your personal circumstances that you may think are intrusive,
the reason I ask these questions is to ensure my babies go to the
best possible homes, I have very high expectations of these homes
and expect to have lots of contact before I let any baby go.
I do not sell kittens
to breeding homes. All kittens are registered on the Non-Active
register, which means no kittens from that animal may be registered,
at all, ever. I am a new breeder and do not have the knowledge or
experience to make a decision on selling a cat on the Active register.
If you are looking for a cat to breed from, please be honest and
discuss it with me from the beginning. Every kitten that leaves
my house will be neutered at around 6 months of age, you will be
given a form to give to your vet when this takes place, which needs
to be returned to me with the practice details and confirmation
of the neutering. I expect vaccination, worming and flea treatment
to be continued throughout the life of the cat.
I prefer my babies to
go to homes where they are pets and will have a nice garden to live
in, with a cat flap to access the house at all times. My kittens
live in a house with other cats, dogs and with 3 children under
7. I have no objection to my kittens being homed in a similar environment
as long as children are respectful of the new addition, I would
want to meet all members of the prospective family.
I stand by any kitten
I sell. If you are not happy with your kitten, I will instantly
have the kitten back in my own home, at whatever point in it's life.
In all cases the welfare
of my kittens is paramount and I do reserve the right to say no