top of page

Our Recommendations

We do not let our kittens go before the age of 10 weeks, as it is very critical for a kitten's development in the first 10 weeks of age in terms of socialization, nourishment, and health. We guarantee our kittens to be of sound health when we let them go, however, we highly recommend taking your kitten to your vet.

We also recommend shopping for quality foods, as kittens need more calories and nutrients than adult cats. A  disclaimer, I am not associated with Royal Canin, however, I recommend their kitten formulas.

Remember to always keep a fresh water bowl full at all times. Moreover, cats do not like their food and litter-box close to each other, so make sure, there is a good amount of space between them.

But most of all, treat your kitten with lots of care and love. Playing and overall enjoying time together at least once a day will establish a strong emotional bond between the two of you. If you have children, monitor their introduction to make sure it's positive for both parties.

For available kittens, please check our available kittens page.

bottom of page