|Things to know when looking for a purebred cat
Whenever possible, visit the cattery.
Are the cats caged, or part of the family? Are they well socialized and friendly?
They won't let you visit...run the other way!
Ask if the breeding cats have been shown and championed.
This lets you know the cats fit the standard and you are getting a quality cat and the breeder is not
just breeding to make money. Having lines from "Champion & Grand Champion lines" is little more
then a sales ploy. Same with "Imported" lines. If their cats do not have titles, find another breeder.
Ask for names of other catteries they work with.
Reputable breeders have a good network of reputable catteries.
Does the breeder answer all your questions?
A good breeder has nothing to hide and should be helpful and answer any questions you may have
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|My first Quad
|We breed for our breeding program first, and then for show/breeding
prospects which we carefully place with approved, experienced Cat
fanciers. However, some litters do have show quality kittens that we
make available to loving, permanent homes as pets.
|My first Quad
Grand Champion female
|We do not allow de-clawing
breedings at this time
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