The cost of
adoption is variable.
All of our kittens
are spayed and neutered before they leave. Neutering is done
at around 12 weeks and the kitten must weigh at least 1kg or
more). Neutering prevents the development of sexual hormones
and the side effects linked to it such as marking the
territory for males and for female behavior during breeding
They are vaccinated
2 to 3 times.
Treated for worms 2
They can also be
declawed, at the same time as their sterilisation, by laser
in order to limit pain, bleeding and swelling).
A microchip can
also be implanted by our veterinarian.
A Starter kit is
also provided (Royal Canin)
veterinarian visit is also free at our resource clinics.
14 day warranty
against viral and parasite infections such as:
• Feline Leukemia (FELV)
• Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV or feline AIDS)
G2 month warranty on congenital disease (disease
or birth defects not present at birth) and hereditary (disease
of birth defects genetically transmitted by the parents).
Our kittens are fed with Royal Canin (kitten
formula) or with MEDI-CAL High Energy (also by Royal Canin
sold and recommended by veterinarians.
Advice: The kitten leaving the cattery
must not change their food during the first weeks of its new
life in order to avoid digestive problems such as diarrhea,
vomiting of anorexia).