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Common questions about your new kitten and what products we used Kitten Care

***All of our kittens are sold as pets only.***
Registration forms to associations will be held until proof of spay/neuter of your kitten is provided to us.

Once we receive proof of spay/neuter, registration papers will be provided for your kitten.

Kittens will be vet checked and receive their first set of vaccines and be dewormed. Vaccines will be due again within 3 to 4 weeks after leaving our cattery. This allows you time to choose a local vet near you and get an appointment scheduled.

We will provide you with a vaccine record from our veterinarian. Additionly, copies of the parents FIV, FeLV, and PKD negative results are provided for your kitten's records.

Upon receipt of spay/neuter of your kitten, registration form's will be provided so you can register your kitten with the appropriate association(s). Registration Fees vary depending upon which association the kitten’s registration is associated.

Kittens are fed Hill's Science Diet Kitten Healthy Development Chicken Recipe Dry Cat Food and Royal Canin Cat food. We provide a sample bag of Royal Canin and a bag of feed of the current foold they are eating to use for transitioning you kitten to the food you choose to feed your kitten. These products can be purchased online or locally. Petco and Petsmart are local resources and for online purchases carries these products. Call ahead to your local store to verify they carry this product as not all locations carry this brand. Kittens eat both wet and dry kitten food.

All kittens are litter trained using paper pellets for easy transitioning to the litter of your choice. We use Fresh step with our adult cats.

Kittens are raised using a recirculating water fountain to promote drinking water.

Kitten's are sent home with a "Starter Kitten Bag" from our cattery. Kitten gift packs are one per family. Items will vary depending upon supply chain and availablity.

**NOTE**Changing your kitten’s diet abruptly can cause a kitten to get diarrhea and it is suggested to slowly introduce a new food with the old to avoid this