reservation fee guarantees that your kitten wouldn’t be adopted by someone
else. However, if you failed to pick up your kitten at the promised time
and failed to respond to our calls, emails and texts, we hold the right to
cancel your reservation and find a new family for the kitten.
We are not a kitten mill. We are a global community. Over the years we established trustful
relationships with hundreds of catteries around the world. Our breeders are located in the US, Canada, Ukraine, Poland, Romania, and other parts of the world. All our kittens
grow in a homely environment with love and care.
We accept returns only
if the kitten was unfit for purchase. Allergy, landlord dislike, personal
reasons are not valid reasons for return. It’s your responsibility to take the
kitten to the vet within 48 hours after purchase for a physical exam. If during
the physical exam the vet determines that the kitten was unfit for the
purchase, we will accept the return or exchange the kitten.
Here is Why: 1. The most economical options on the market most of the time are scams. If someone trying to sell you purebred kitten for less then $2,500 it is most likely a scam, usually scammers ask you to pay from $350 to $800. We have heard many sad stories from our customers. A lot of people are getting scammed every day and sending money for cats that don’t exist without even a chance of getting it back.
2. The middle price option $1500-$2000 could offer you a real cat, but you can end up paying for it far more in the long run. A sick animal will not bring you any happiness, and emergency rooms will empty your pockets very fast. A thousand dollar fee will soon jump to a few thousands. Purebred cats can be bred only when you know the origin of the cat (pedigree) for a REASON. They tend to have a lot of genetic diseases that you won’t be able to cure. HCM is a huge problem and the “purebred” animals for a middle fee were never tested for it. Most of the time their breeders can’t even show the pedigree of the kitten’s parents. Forget about HCM.
We have build a network of selected professional cat breeders whom we trust and whom we work with. Every kitten that we offer lives in a home environment surrounded by love and care till he/she is four months old. After that our kittens come to the people that are waiting for them. Our kittens are coming from a US based breeders as well as breeders from Europe counties like Ukraine, Poland, Slovenia and Moldova.
Our kittens are born and raised in-home family environment by hand-picked professional breeders. We have a very high standards our own protocols and systems in place to insure that our kittens are healthy and well maintained. We do all “policeman” work for you. A lot of times “reputable breeders” are unable to keep the high standards due to the high maintenance that breeding require. We do the hard job for you.
The long travel can sometimes be hard not only on us humans but on animals too. The long travel can definitely negatively impact kittens health if done poorly. That is why we prepare our kittens, we make sure they are 100% healthy and ready for a travel, our kittens never travel alone, they always have a brother or sister close to them in one crate. We make sure they are warm in winter seasons and not hot in summer time, they have food and water supply. We make it as comfortable as it could get. The travel time is about 8 hours and we work with the best companies that ensure our kitties will get to us safely! Simply put: we care about our babies!
Simply put: We wouldn’t be able to help as many people as we do if we had one small cattery working with us. Hundreds of people are looking for purebred kittens and becoming victims of a scams every month, our mission to help them with finding kitty they are looking for.
We feed our
adult cats with raw food. And we are currently working on the perfect raw
formula for our kittens. Once it's ready, we will notify you and send you
a sample to try. To our kittens, we prefer to give raw meat as well, we
also give tuna in a can (soaked in water) and royal canin for kittens (wet
and dry). At the time of pick up, we give you a royal canin dry food
sample, which should be sufficient for 3 days. Please, be aware that if
you introduce your kitten to a different food brand too soon, you may have
to deal with vomiting and diarrhea as a side effect.
responsibility to make sure that the kitten is healthy. We advise that you
schedule an appointment for a physical exam in advance. Be aware that you
have 48 hours to check your kitten for diseases. We accept returns or
exchanges if something vital was found during an exam.
scheduling a regular physical examination and a fecal test. Your kitten is
dewormed as at the time of the purchase. But there is still a small chance
that your kitten could have parasites. Be aware that regular vet checks
and deworming going forward, will be your responsibility as the owner of
recommend avoiding giving any vaccines to your kitten at the adaptation
period of time. Your kitten is up to date on shots and definitely can wait
a couple of weeks if you decide to give it a third distemper. Please,
understand that the rehoming process is a stressful event for your kitten.
Therefore, giving a vaccine at the vet office at the same time as changing
an environment, could make your kitten feel lethargic and sick. If this
happens, please don’t panic or run to an emergency room. Give your kitten
a couple of days to recover, making sure it eats food, drinks water and
gets enough rest.
There are a
few reasons why your kitten may start having diarrhea which are: 1. You
rapidly changed its food. 2. Your kitten is stressed. 3. Your kitten
caught the parasites. If it happens to your kitten: you should return to
the food that your kitten used to eat before, and create a pleasant home
environment for it. If the diarrhea isn’t going away after a few days,
schedule a vet appointment and check your kitty’s poop for parasites.
Please, contact us
immediately and ask for advice. Also, be aware that running to an emergency
room and testing your kitten for all possible reasons of the lethargy,
vomiting, or diarrhea would be your decision and we are not responsible for any
medical bills that you may present to us later. Please contact us first and
tell us in a few words what is going on with your kitten. The emergency room
should be the last option that you want to consider.