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REPUTABLE RAGDOLL BREEDER

 MEMBER OF FELINE CONTROL COUNCIL OF WA (CATSWA) SINCE 1989 

REPUTABLE RAGDOLL BREEDER

 MEMBER OF FELINE CONTROL COUNCIL OF WA (CATSWA) SINCE 1989 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR BUYING A RAGDOLL KITTEN

IS THE SELLER A REGISTERED BREEDER?

A Registered Breeder means that the breeder is registered with a controlling organisation such as the Feline Control Council of WA (CATSWA) or the Cat Owners Association of WA (COAWA). These organisations are responsible for registering kittens and providing Pedigrees. They have strict rules that members have to adhere to, to remain members. For instance:

 

*(Members kittens are not allowed to leave their mothers before 10 weeks old.

 

*Kittens are to be purebred and not mixed.  )Mixing breeds is only allowed under specially endorsed experimental circumstances.)

 

*In addition to the CAT ACT 2011, the kittens are to be registered with the local authority by the age of 6 months.

 

*Kittens not to be sold unsterilised except to other registered breeders.

DO NOT BUY FROM AN AUCTION OR A PET SHOP.

Registered breeders are prohibited from selling littens in this manner. 

ALWAYS ASK IF YOU WILL GET A PEDIGREE FOR YOUR KITTEN?

If you are buying a Ragdoll kitten it must have a Pedigree otherwise it is not genuine. A Pedigree is a piece of paper that shows three or four or more generations . It is usually sent to you after  you take your kitten home. If you are told that there are no papers or Pedigree then go somewhere else.

ARE YOU PAYING A LOT LESS THAN THE MARKET PRICE?

We sell our kittens at below average market price. If you are buying from someone that is selling very cheaply then you may not get what you want. The costs to produce a Ragdoll kitten are considerable, if done according to the regulations and health requirements.

WARRANTY

A reputable breeder will offer a guarantee that the kitten is free of any genetic problems. DNA testing will have been carried out on the parents for possible genetic conditions that are seen as a possibility for the particular breed.

CHECK THAT THE KITTEN WILL HAVE BEEN TREATED FOR WORMS AND FLEAS AND HAD TWO VACCINATIONS BEFORE YOU TAKE IT HOME.

Two F3 vaccinations are required to be given to kittens before they are 3 months old.  Not one but two, F3.

Do not take a kitten home that appears unwell, has fleas or mites. 

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