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  Welcome to our cattery’s Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section. We understand that choosing the right cattery for your beloved feline companion is an important decision, and we want to provide you with all the information you need to make an informed choice. In this section, we’ve compiled answers to some of the most common questions prospective cat owners have about our cattery. Whether you’re curious about our facilities, our care routines, or our policies, you’ll find valuable insights here. If you have any additional questions or require further clarification, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Your cat’s comfort, safety, and happiness are our top priorities, and we’re here to assist you every step of the way

Are you a registered breeder with any club or organization?

    Yes, we are a registered breeder affiliated with The International Cat Association (TICA). You can locate our cattery within the TICA registry under the Ragdoll breeders listing. TICA is renowned for its commitment to maintaining the highest standards in feline breeding, and we take great pride in adhering to their rigorous guidelines. Our registration with TICA is a testament to our dedication to responsible and ethical breeding practices, ensuring the well-being and health of our beloved Ragdoll cats. If you have any further inquiries or require additional information about our registration or breeding standards, please do not hesitate to contact us; we are always available to assist you.

Do you allow home visits?

 We’re sorry, but we don’t allow home visits anymore. By giving out our address to strangers, we are putting ourselves at risk. Our top priority is the safety of our family and our cats, especially given the current uncertain circumstances in the world. We appreciate your understanding in these challenging times. If you have any questions or would like to know more about our cattery and our cats, please feel free to reach out, and we’ll be happy to assist you in other ways. Thank you for your understanding.

How do I pick up my kitten if home visits aren’t allowed?

We arrange kitten exchanges at a designated public location that ensures safety for all parties involved. Additionally, we are always just a text or phone call away to assist you with any inquiries or needs you may have. If you’re flying in to pick up your kitten or using a flight nanny, we are more than happy to meet you at Sarasota/Bradenton Airport. Your convenience and peace of mind are important to us, and we’re committed to making the process as smooth as possible

What will my kitten come with?

  • Proficient Litter Training: Our kittens are well-trained in using the litter box, making the transition to your home smoother.

  • Appropriate Vaccinations: Kittens receive vaccinations based on their age, ensuring they are protected against common feline diseases.

  • Regular Deworming: We implement a deworming regimen to maintain their health and well-being.

  • Comprehensive Veterinary Examination: Our kittens undergo thorough veterinary checks to ensure they are in the best possible health.

  • Neutering or Spaying: Unless an alternative arrangement is specified, our kittens are spayed or neutered. Proof of alteration is necessary for TICA registration, as per our agreement. The only way a male kitten would leave our cattery unfixed is if a testicle did not drop yet and he would have to wait to be neutered. Females are always spayed, no exceptions!

  • 30-Day Pet Insurance Coverage: We provide a 30-day pet insurance coverage from Trupanion Pet Insurance, offering peace of mind during the initial period of adjustment.

  • 1-Year Genetic Health Guarantee: Our 1-year Genetic Health Guarantee underscores our confidence in the health and genetic integrity of our kittens.

  • Official TICA Registration: Our kittens come with official registration from The International Cat Association (TICA), ensuring their pedigree is recognized.

  • Up-to-Date Vaccination Records: You will receive a complete record of your kitten’s vaccination history, helping you maintain their health going forward.

How long have you been breeding?

We began breeding in 2019, but our love for cats has been a lifelong passion. We were drawn to the Ragdoll breed because of its charming and affectionate nature. We’ve had the privilege of learning from some of the country’s top breeders, and we’re truly thankful for the knowledge they’ve shared with us. Their guidance has been invaluable in shaping our breeding practices. We’re committed to upholding high standards of care and ethics in our cattery, thanks to the wisdom and experience we’ve gained.

How can I choose a kitten if home visits aren’t allowed?

If you’re interested in selecting a kitten, we strongly recommend going through our available kittens page and slide through their galleries . This way, you can be able to choose which kitten you prefer best. We’re more than willing to provide regular updates once you’ve chosen a kitten, and we’ll continue to send these updates until your new furry family member is safely home with you. We aim to ensure that you have all the information and peace of mind you need during this exciting process.

Are your cats DNA tested?

All of our cats undergo DNA testing through Optimal Selection, which includes screening for HCM, PDK1, MPSVI, and over 50 other genetic defects. We are proud to report that our cats consistently test negative for these genetic issues. Additionally, we maintain a negative status for Feline Leukemia Virus (FELV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). The health and well-being of our feline companions are of utmost importance to us, and we are dedicated to ensuring that our cats are free from these concerns

When will my kitten be ready to go home?

Our kittens are ready to join their new homes at the age of 12 to 14 weeks, once they have fully healed from their spaying or neutering procedures. This timeframe ensures that they receive the essential nurturing and care they need, including their mother’s milk during their crucial early weeks. We firmly believe in responsible breeding practices, and we oppose the unethical practice of allowing kittens to go home prematurely, which can be detrimental to their well-being. Our commitment is to the health and happiness of our kittens, and we appreciate your understanding of this important aspect of our care philosophy

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