Due to covid 19, I am not going to bring our kittens to the vet this time around. I do however have experience in examining our cats/kittens and can tell when health issues are prominent and existent. Our liter is very healthy, bathed, rambunctious and happy! I have a cancer patient 6 year old son and we have been quarantined since March 11and now go outside only where there is no public around my son. Definitely not indoors with others.
I can offer a 48 hour health guarantee - in other words you would have to bring your new little love to the vet within 24 hours and if any health problems were present that you would not be accepting of, I would provide a money back guarantee with the return of our kitten.
Due to the danger of the current pandemic and my sons high risk status, I cannot bring our animals or ourselves Into a contaminated high traffic area such as a vet office unless it’s an Emergecy! I must prevent the risk of any of our animals and ourselves from contracting covid. Covid is again circulating at a higher rate since school started and businesses have opened.
You would have take the kitty for its first dose of vaccinations. Our kitties are sold for $1650 but am offering a discount due to circumstances - $1500 unvaccinated.
Kittens are very healthy and well kept! I suggest to wait for them to be at least 14-16 weeks old before first dose of shots as it really gets some of them very sick.
You are more then welcome to do a Skype or FaceTime video call with me and the kittens as well as with your vet on the call prior to pick up if you wish.
Our kittens want to cuddle, kiss and sleep pressed against you day and night! They are very smart, one is jealous and wants all eyes on him (Hershey)and so he blocks his siblings,. The other pushes the phone out of your hands so that he gets some more love and the other will lay upside down if he has to .. just as long as he’s close :)
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