Delivery

The kittens will not be released until they reach their 84th day of age.  They will be weaned, vaccinated and will carry a health card and pedigree.  In normal circumstances no kitten will will ever be shipped, but delivered directly to the home of the buyer or picked up at our house after appropriate meetings. We are always happy to hear about the kittens after they have left our nest.

 

All kittens will be sold:
- Dewormed (twice)
- Weaned
- with a trivalent vaccination (twice)
- Negative to Fiv/FelV
- with a FFH pedigree (FIFe)
- with a vaccination record book

- on request with FelV vaccination
- with a contract


Breeding kittens will also be delivered:
- microchipped
- with a blood group test
- with rabies vaccination (abroad)
- EU Passport
- on request with FelV vaccination

 

Types

Pet quality (not for breeding)
These kittens carry defects in the standard (missing gauntlets or obvious runnners, milk stains, strabismus,...) which don’t allow breeding or showing.
NB. The pet quality kitten is not the reject of the litter!  It is a fantastic cat, well selected, but who is precluded from participation in shows and reproduction.

The pet quality kittens will not be used for breeding and will be spayed / neutered at the appropriate age.

 

Breeding kittens (for breeding)
These kittens carry slight imperfections compared to the pure breed standard, generally in the gauntlets, which would not allow them to compete at shows.  They have the morphological characteristics to be good breeders.


Show kittens - show quality (for breeding)
These kittens carry morphological and genetic characteristics true to the breed standard and are suitable for reproduction and for shows.  The breeder, however, cannot absolutely guarantee success (you cannot make exact predictions on the development of the kittens; we do not talk about cats but kittens potentially to show).  Only traders and speculators will make false promises and predictions.
The personality of the kitten is very important too.  Only cats with the right attitude for the exhibition environment should be directed towards to a "show career".


The well-being of our pet should ALWAYS be our first concern!

- Translation by Claudia Negrelli Edwards -