All kitten's come with health guarantee, vet health check, kitten vaccinations, pedigreed papers, registration papers, tracking colar, and a take home care kit which includes the kitten's favorite food, treats, toys, and blanket with family's scent on it. I'm sure I'm missing something but that is most of it.
Btw: our cat's don't go outside this is for pictures only. Although, we do walk our grown cats on harnesses for their mental well-being. Everyone needs some sun in their life. Especially, now since Vitamin D is great for our immune system. We are a small, TICA registered cattery located in Alabama. All of our cats are TICA registered, pedigreed Ragdolls, and our breeders are all HCM, PKD, MPS VIs, FeLV and FIV free. Our kittens are raised in a family environment with our son,cat's,and our neighbor's pomeranian(he comes to visit to help get them used to dogs as well) where they receive all of the love and attention they could possibly want, and in return they are the most wonderful companions. We feel that Ragdolls are such a wonderful and beautiful breed. They are laid-back, affectionate, social, and amazing companions. Our Ragdolls have medium to long, bunny-soft fur which almost never mats, and is very easy to maintain.
Key-Key is beyond a lap cat. Very smart and he needs a owner who will spend lots of time loving him. He is a rare cat so would make for a good breeder.
I added a pic of what he will look like once grown. The last picture is not my picture so just letting it be known. I am not trying to advertise the grown cat belongs to me.
Key key- is a lap cat and needs parent's who can give him lots of love and attention. He wants to sleep with you and loves to be held. He is very outgoing and loves other animals. He has a very soft heart so needs a home full of love and laughter. He loves kids and to play. He likes to play fetch and anything that stimulates him.
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