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Holyfold kittens leave at or near 12 weeks. WHY so old?
Responsible breeders see to it your kitten is healthy and has had at least twp sets of vaccinations, including rabies. Your kitten is still a kitten at his age; we strive for its average weight to be around 3 lbs. Normally, my kittens are yet to be totally weaned by 12 weeks so they are, in fact, babies. They are handled daily and even exposed to a boxer dog, so they are dog friendly.
Holyfold kittens are microchipped unless you do not want them to be. This is prepaid, but you will need to register the kitten in your name one you get them.
I use a natural clumping kitty litter or pine litter. Holyfold kittens have used different shapes and sizes of litter boxes, except electrical boxes.
Holyfold kittens eat a mixture of: Royal Canin Momma and Babycat, Blue Buffalo Kitten, Dr. Gary's, Stella and Chewy Freeze Dried, A quality kitten canned, or cooked chicken/raw beef. I use a Doggitt pet water fountain The food and the water fountain all be ordered through Chewy and can even be delivered before your kitten arrives.
Kittens are registered through CFA or TICA, pet papers will come home with your kitten along with health records and a goody bag.
I breed responsibly. The parents of my kittens are PKD [ Polysystic Kiidney disease) NEG, FELV FIV NEG, bred using healthy happy parents who are either British Shorthairs or American Shorthairs and Scottish Folds, both folded and straight eared. My straight eared cats have been DNA tested to assure that the Scottish Straight holds no copies of the fold gene. This lessons the chance of OsteoCrondroiten arthritis, but due to the gene that cause the ears to fold can never guarantee this. Straight ears will not get it.
Your kitten have seen the veterinarians at a Tellico Bay Animal Hospital in Vonore TN. They are also available as a reference about me should you need one.
I offer pet insurance through Trupanion. You do not have to get pet insurance, but this gives you the option to do so.
I have been breeding for a very long time, I am never surprised by questions and I am available for help. Please reach out to me, remember I loved your kitten before you did. My contact information is: 423-261-2049, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is my contract philosophy: Form a relationship with the breeder. Know that you're taking on the job of a living kitten or cat. Know that they are not a one time investment. Know that they might get sick. Know that they do cost money. Know I have taken every precaution, above and beyond to assure they will remain healthy and live long wonderful lives.