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What Will Come with Your Kitten

All kittens will have Registration Transfer Certifications.* Our pedigrees go back 4-6 generations!!! If you would like a Pedigree Certificate it is an additional $30.00 for 3 generation and $50.00 for 5 generation. It is better for you to get this yourself so you can have your name and the kitten's name on it. All Registration Certificates and Pedigree Certificates will be the various Cat Organizations.

All of MY kittens will be registered with TICA as pets in a litter. This way you can choose your kitten’s name once you complete the registration. Otherwise, kittens name will need to be chosen by me to complete the registration. * 

All kittens will be Microchipped

All kittens will be De-Wormed at least 3 times. (Please read BLOGS for interesting information)

All kittens will receive complete check- ups and a complete report from the Veterinarian. I will provide you with my Veterinarian’s Phone number and location in case you have further questions. 


My Vet’s name is Dr. Gordan at VCA Animal Hospital in Woodbridge Virginia. Their phone number is 703-897-5665. Dr. Gordan and her staff are wonderful! I especially love Marissa. She is always so kind and patient with me when I am asking her sooooo many questions. 

All kittens will receive all necessary shots which is the FVRCP (Feline Distemper Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Panleukopenia.)This particular vaccination is a combo in 1 shot. It is given 2-3 times until kitten is 16 weeks old. This means that I will be providing 2 of the shots and you will need to provide the last 1 or 2 depending on your veterinarian's suggestions, at 12 weeks and 16 weeks. The Rabies vaccine should be given around 16 weeks old, BUT your Veterinarian will make these decisions based on your kitten’s health. If you are getting a kitten from overseas, the Rabies will be provided.

All kittens will go home with a goody bag containing Kitten food, a Blankie , a toy, and some litter pellets. 

I do not recommend clay powdery litter. This sticks to kitten’s paws and then they lick it off. It also puts out a lot of dust which is not good for them or you. I am using pine pellets. It’s best to read up on different types so you can decide for yourself. 

Update: After this information, I have switched to some clay based LOW dust litters. This is for my ADULT cats. I am actually sampling different ones that seem the best. I will update later on my findings. BUT, for kittens, I still suggest the pine pellets. 

Please look at my Kitty Store page. I have adorable and fun things you may like.