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  • Are your cats registered? Yes, our adult cats are registered with TICA CFA  or WCF.

  • Have your cats been scanned for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM)? Yes, our adults cats have been scanned for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. The parents of our breeding cats have also been screened for HCM. All of our scans are documented with the Congenital Cardiac Disease Database. If you are getting a kitten from us, you can request the parental information and look them up online here:

  • Where can I see currently available kittens? The best way to see kittens currently available is to TEXT US! You can let us know exactly what you are looking for and we can quickly let you know whats available and send current pictures. (Update as of June 1st 2020: We are now working off a very extensive waiting/call back list! The only way to obtain a kitten is to leave a deposit! We can not guarantee you a kitten without one.)

  • Do you require deposits to reserve a kitten? Absolutely. Non-Refundable deposits are $350.00 and are accepted through Zelle, Personal Check, Cash. (We are no longer using PayPal. Sorry for the inconvenience.)

  • Do your kittens come vaccinated? Yes, our kittens will be vaccinated for FVRCP by our veterinarian. It is your responsibility to complete all vaccines recommended by your veterinarian once you take your kitten home.  

  • What is FVRCP? FVRCP is a combination vaccine that will protect against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus and panleukopenia.

  • Do your kittens come with a Health Certificate? Certainly! All kittens will be seen by our veterinarian before going to their new homes. They will be issued a State of Florida Health Certificate that will acknowledge the vaccines administered, physical examination, and testing that has been preformed.

  • Do your kittens get checked for intestinal parasites? Yes, all kittens will have a fecal flotation preformed so we are certain they are free from intestinal parasites.

  • Are your kittens tested for FeLV/ FIV? Certainly. Date of negative test will be documented on their Health Certificate. 

  • What is FeLV/FIV? Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) are contagious, un-treatable diseases in cats. 

  • Are your kittens spayed or neutered before leaving? No, all of our kittens go home on a spay/neuter contract. It is your responsibility to have your kitten altered. We require proof of alteration by six months of age. 

  • Can we fly into an airport close to you to pick up our kitten? Absolutely, this is how most of our kittens are picked-up. There is no additional charge for Palm Beach International Airport. Additionally, Orlando International, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, and Miami International will be a flat fee of $150.00

  • What kind of food will the kitten be eating when I pick him/her up? All our kittens are started on Diamond Naturals Kitten Formula (Wet & Dry). We find that most kittens prefer the dry. You will be sent home with food to get you started. We encourage you to keep them on this diet to avoid gastrointestinal upset (diarrhea), but we always suggest following your veterinarians recommendations. 

  • Is my kitten going to be litter boxed trained? Yes, the kittens actually learn this from their mother and they are very accustomed to using a litter box. We strongly suggest keeping your kitten contained to a small room when you get home. The kitten will not be familiar with your home. It takes time for them to learn their surroundings. Gradually increase the kittens territory until he/she is comfortable in the whole home.    

  • Can I introduce my kitten to my existing pets right away? NO! Your animals should be quarantined away from each other for a minimum of two weeks while your new kitten settles in. Introductions should be done gradually. This process is extremly stressful and needs to be done properly. Additionally, our kittens are not raised around dogs or any other animals. They will not be familiar with them. 

  • Can I take my kitten into my local pet store? Well, I will tell you that I highly advise against this. If you bring your kitten all around town before completing all of his/her core vaccines, please don't come to me acting surprised when your kitten ends up sick.

  • Do you offer breeding rights? The simple answer is going to be, No. However, you're welcome to reach out and discuss this further with me. 

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