Een persoonlijke noot
HOW MUCH FOR A KITTEN? Let me say a few words to you, yes to you, the person who emails to just ask for the price. The person who calls and surprisingly says after hearing a price, " I can buy a cheaper kitten somewhere else ". I also address you; the person who is not interested in papers because I want " just a pet ".No cat is "just a pet".Behind every purebred kitten is a breeder. I use capital letters to distinguish a breeder from a pet factory or mill. A serious breeder does not breed cats without papers, which does not protect the integrity of the breed. Registration (papers) are records of ancestry that document the bloodline and allow one to investigate possible health issues in ancestry. When you tell a breeder you are not interested in papers, tell them that you are no less interested in kitten's health, but only the cheapest you can find! When you buy a kitten from a reputable and high-quality breeder, this breeder is responsible for the health of every kitten. This breeder skips the holidays, misses sleeping and most of his personal house space has been converted into space for his cats. The truly passionate breeder, who loves what he breeds, uses his whole heart and soul to do so. Not only at kittens that are sold, but also with every customer who owns a piece of their heart and is now a member of their large family. Breeders worry about their babies after leaving and take them back without question.A breeder will "get his hands dirty", often burdened with everything that comes with birth. Because that's what life is all about... In the midst of birth and death is life. The wheel that keeps spinning. A breeder conducts tests, X-rays, analyses, emergency surgery, vaccinations, litter, pedigrees, deworming and microchips for his kittens and has them evaluated by specialists.Last but not least, a breeder chooses the family lucky enough to have one of their kittens. Yeah, you read that right. A real breeder chooses who he sells to because he doesn't make money from the sale. There is no compensation that can compensate for investments made by a breeder. Therefore, they need to be sure they fit properly. Often more than saying yes... A good breeder has different criteria for those who want to continue their bloodline. Why? Why? Since breeding is not a responsibility to ever be taken lightly, it is a lifestyle choice reserved ONLY for the few dedicated people willing to sacrifice.Because a cat is never " just a pet!!! it is the heritage of the breeder, a little boy's best friend, a protector for little girls, therapy for the elderly, a family member, someone's whole world!!!
Responsible breeding and owning several cats is a lifestyle and commitment that many cannot understand. 7 days a week and 365 days a year our lives revolves around