While waiting for a new litter — we’ll post it on our page. When kitten is born — we notify you, when it’s 4 weeks old — we’ll tell you how is health development going and we’ll send you photos every week. You can take a look on a kitten from 8 weeks age, you also must deposit 300€ (not to be returned in any case).
Contract, vaccinations and documents
You can choose the name while signing the contract. Kitten at the age of 8 – 9 weeks get the first vaccination, the second comes from 11 – 12 weeks. Then the chip identification number is placed, after the kittens are prevention coursed for worms and fleas. Kittens are sold castrated. The documents that you will receive:
– European passport
– Information on Health
– Data from the chip
– The contract of purchase
Price vary between 1000 € and 1500 €. Each kitten is estimated differently, if it looks more like a tiger — the price is higher. Matured cats (producers) are at a price from 2,000 € to 3,800 €.
Feeding a cat
Feed a cat with professional and high quality forage, not with your food. Humans food is not fitting animal’s ration, the other thing are little birds and rodents that cat can have on everyday-base in nature. On the other hand you have a pet at home, who is not a real predator, so we should substitute birds and rodents with meat, offal and cereals which the natural food consists of. If you cook food for a cat by yourself vary the ration with porridges and boiled meat, vegetables, low-fat dairy products, eggs and boiled fish. If you have neither time nor capability to make something up everyday or cat is not happy with the food you cook, try a ready-made food. Don’t save on those, because cheap ones have a cheap composition (waste and soy), which isn’t great for cat’s health and longetivity. Although expensive forage is satieble, this is why you can reduce the size of portion if you think of financial economy.
How many times per day to feed a cat
We feed them 2 times with meat, dry food is always in a bowl.
The water should be in a special bowl — fresh and clean. Change it regularly and do not forget to wash the bowl as well.
Little ones can have 4-5 visits per day, sometimes more than that. Within growing up the numbet lowers to 2-3.
How often to change a filler
Depends on the type of the filler, but try to clean everyday. Cats love cleanness, so they’d rather go pee somewhere else, than in a dirty toilet. Make sure to keep toilet clean and spacious, also accessible.
How to clean cat's ears
To clean cat’s ears you need to buy cotton buds and special remedy for ears cleaning (selling in petshops). While the process hold the cat’s neck scruff or wrap him in a thick towel, so the cat won’t scratch you and run away. Then, water a tip of cotton bud in the remedy, fold an ear backwards and carefully clean the dirt and sulfur out of the depth of the ear passage.
Most common teeth disease among cats are cavities, stomatitis and gingivitis.Also periodontal disease and tartar.
If you smelt a bad breath out of your cats mouth, noticed increased salivation or dark plaque— immediately call a doctor.
If cat is refusing to eat this is a reason to see doctor as well. These diseases are much easier to prevent than to cure, so take care of regular check-ups.
Prevention of cat's dental diseases
To prevent plaque, cavities and other diseases we recommend to brush cat’s teeth using special toothpaste and toothbrush. If you start doing it at early age, being the grown-up cat he won’t mind it. Feeding with a dry cat food is also great for reducing the chance of plaque, 1 month of feeding with dry cat food lowers the risk to 50%. For teeth and gum health, it is important to keep the ration balanced and full of vitamins. Advise with a vet on this.
If something goes wrong – email us first. We have an experience which we’d share with you, saving the unnecessary fee for a vet and relieve your anxiety.
Attentive owner will notice if the animal is not alright. 9 out of 10 cases it’s a first signal that your pet is sick. Watch it’s activity, appetite and toilet regime. In case of repeated vomiting and diarrhea, blood in the urine or in the feces, difficult urination, fever, hair loss, purulent discharge from the eyes or nose, excessive salivation — call a doctor immediately.
First hours at home
When you first arrive to home, we suggest to keep a kitten in a small room, leave the toilet open and water. Leave a kitten for half an hour alone so he can smell and adapt to the new place. In half an hour come into the room, play and pat him. Repeat the process for a few hours. On a next day open the doors of a rooms one by one, let a kitten explore the house. Pay him an attention so a little one won’t feel alone.