- KITTEN STARTER/INFO PACK (val $150+)
- DE-SEXING (not negotiable)
- VACCINATED (Fevac3 X 2)
- FLEA TREATED
- KITTY LITTER TRAINED
- Detailed information about the correct care of a Persian cat (with emphasis on coat and eye care).
- Printouts containing information and links to products, recommended by myself.
- A 2kg bag of Premium Royal Canin kitten biscuits.
- Food samples of the other foods that the little one has been raised on.
- 3 grooming combs essential for the correct care of a Persians coat.
- Several favorite toys.
All of my kittens have been bathed between 4-6 times prior to leaving for their new homes, so they are well and truly used to the bathing and blow drying procedure when they leave me. A proper show-presentation bath is done to all of my kittens prior to leaving for their new homes, so that they arrive at their new homes looking magnificent.
I strongly recommend bathing at least once every 4-6 wks. The benefits of regular bathing are things such as: your baby always looks magnificent, less combing/grooming is required, there is less coat shedding and it keeps the kittens coat knot free. I feel that you should be made aware that owning a Persian and keeping it presented in the best possible condition involves daily eye cleaning, regular bathing and blow drying, and is ongoing for the next 15 years approx.
Purebred kittens are like designer handbags. Sounds crazy but it's true. We all know that there is the authentic designer bag then there are the cheap knock offs. The real designer bags are hand crafted, made with care and attention to detail. They are good quality and you know you are getting what you pay for, the real thing! Cheap knock offs are slapped together in sweatshops from substandard materials. They appear similar to the real thing but look closely and it is clear they are just an imitation. Sadly they often don't last as long as the real deal because they are not well made.
It is the same with registered purebred kittens. A kitten from a registered breeder comes with a pedigree that proves it is the breed they say it is. Unregistered breeders just breed cats that look like the real thing. The only difference between kittens and designers bags (aside from the fur!) is that kittens from registered breeders don't cost more. In some cases they cost less especially when they have vaccinations, micro chipping and de-sexing included in the price. Registered breeders’ follow the standards set by their associations and breed for love not money.
So buyers beware. Don't make the mistake of buying your kitten from an unregistered breeder. Why have a cheap knock off when you can have the real thing?"