How to o find a kitten or cat!
are a few basic questions you need to ask yourself. Am I doing this after
seriously considering the time, energy and money it will take to be a good
pet parent? Am I willing to be responsible for this animal for its
entire lifetime, up to 20+ years ? Am I in a settled enough lifestyle and
position to have an animal ?
Am I willing to be responsible for this animal for its entire lifetime, up to 20+ years ? Am I in a settled enough lifestyle and position to have an animal ?
If you have considered these things, then you are off to a good start. Bringing a pet into the family is a long-term commitment. Learning about the breed you are interested in is the first step. Buying your kitten from a responsible breeder is the next.
lots of questions:
There are several things you can expect from a responsible breeder.
Do not be
offended if the breeder asks you several questions. Such as if you have
other pets, and if they have been tested and/or vaccinated against
contagious disease. A responsible breeder sees each kitten as a little
member of the family, not a commodity.
If you find a breeder you feel meets your expectations, be willing to wait for a kitten. Responsible breeders are breeding to improve their breed, not fill a demand for kittens. If you spend just a little extra time, in research, planning and looking, you are sure to find the right kitten.
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