|Posted on September 8, 2012 at 10:55 AM|
We're had some questions recently pertaining to the appropriate age a kitten can be released for adoption. Please note that a kitten should not be allowed to leave it's mother and littermates until they are at least 10 weeks. Kittens learn valuable lessons through interactions with their mother and siblings at this age. They basically learn 'how to be a cat'! They become secure, confident, well-socialized kitties. A kitten also obtains precious antibodies through mother's milk which will carry them through and enhance their long-term health and well-being enabling them to have stronger immunity to sickness or disease. When a breeder chooses to let a kitten go early, they are taking a chance with it's health and infact hurting that kitten in order to put profit first. As a buyer I urge you to be careful when proceeding to adopt that you allow your kitten the time it requires and only support responsible breeders who act in the best interest of the breed.
|Posted on June 24, 2012 at 12:35 AM|
Royal Canine is sponsoring a worldwide cat show online:
I thought some of our previous buyers might be interested in entering this great contest. Should your kitten photo win something we will definetely feature your photo on our website for everyone to see! We thought this contest looked like great fun and a great way to show off your beautiful cat or kitten.
Good luck to anyone who decides to enter and keep us posted!
|Posted on August 7, 2011 at 5:10 PM|
Here is a new video we took today of our current litter. They are now 7.5 weeks old.
|Posted on May 12, 2010 at 10:20 PM|
We have posted our standard contract of sale under Contract of Sale. Upon receiving your kitten it will be assumed that you have read, understood and agree to it's contents.
New kitten photos will be posted by the end of the month. If you wish to get on the waiting list please join the website as a member or email me. I will be letting these people see photos first.