INCLUDED with your happy paw:
Pet/vet passport with all records
Fully vaccinated required kittens age
Information and care instructions
7 days a week support with all kittens needs
Kittens first step & Kittens guide book
Available for pick up: Miami after April 6th.
Delivery to any states available (not included to kitty price)
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Explanation of procedure for international or domestic shipping.
1. Domestic shipping available to any state of US.
We use a variety of methods to ship kittens (safety first) via Delta Pet First, United Airlines Pet Travel for $350 (price include all transportation needs such as booking kitten’s flight, vet travel certificate, special travel carrier, preparing all documents, dropping kitty to the airport). We will no be able to transport kittens by cargo when ground temperatures are higher than 85 degree Fahrenheit or less than 20 degrees Fahrenheit. This applies to origin, connection, and destination cities.
In that cases, option 2 will work best.
All information will be communicated as the order is processed. Buyer responsible for pick up from agreed upon airport (Personal ID required at pick up).
2. Personalized courier services both flying and/or driving. Ask for quotes.
3. International shipping available. Ask for price.
We can decide together which method is best for you if your kitten needs to be shipped.
A deposit of $200 is required to reserve a kitten. Deposit will place a hold on a kitten so it will not be available to anyone else. Deposit is non-refundable but may be transferred to a different kitten.
Final payment due the day your kitten arrives to his new home.
Deposit and final payment can be made through our website.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding payment please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We offer Word Cat Federation (WCF) pedigree.
Kitty can be spayed/ neutered on customer request
Kitty can be sold with breeding rights.
*Additional info pet request.
You can return the cat only in case of genetic disease detected. A written statement by the veterinarian identifying the problem must be provided to the breeder.