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1) What is the price of the kittens?
Depending on the kitten you choose, the kitten will be, $1200, or 1400.00
A deposit to reserve your kitten is
$400, regardless of the full price of the kitten.
We accept personal checks or money orders until the kitten is 6 weeks old. Payable to:
John Mast - 18264 Crab Run rd Bergton VA 22811
Balance is due in CASH ONLY at pick up
We accept $400 PayPal as deposit. Click on the "Deposits and Payment Options" link and click on PayPal button.
Balance at pick up is due in CASH ONLY.
2) Will my kitten have been checked by a vet?
Yes, your kitten will come with a general vet check.
3) May I visit my kitten?
Yes, you may visit your kitten one time between the initial visit
and pick up day.
You will need to call or text to make an appointment.
We ask that you respect our family's time and personal life and keep your
appointment on time and brief. Please allow time in your travel for traffic delays.
If you need to cancel please let us know immediately to allow that time to
be open for another visitor or our own family resposibilities.
Call/text/email to schedule your appointments.
Absolutely no drop ins will be accepted out of respect for our personal
4) Does The kitten Come With a Health Guarantee?
Yes, each kitten comes with a 1 year health guarantee that covers genetic
For your guarantee to be valid you will need 3 things:
1) you must be able to supply us with vet records of care and properly scheduled vaccines.
2) a detailed vet report of the issue at hand.
3) the sales receipt from MPA.
If you choose to do so, you may return the kitten for an exchange or be
reimbursed for vet charges up to and not to exceed the original purchase
price of the kitten.
5) Are the kittens socialized with humans?
Yes, each kitten gets lots and lots of love and attention from adults and
children alike. In fact, our children seem to think that their main chore is to
play with the kittens, for as long as they can get by with.
6) Return Policy
If for some reason you decide you cannot keep this kitten/cat, other than a genetic health issue that is covered by our guarantee...you are welcome to return him/her but no refund will be given. We recommend that you cover all your bases in the decision of purchasing a kitten before you take the step of reserving a kitten with a deposit or full purchase payment.
7) Will My kitten Be Vaccinated & Dewormed?
Yes. We give their first shot around 8 weeks old and worm them every two weeks until they go home with you at 8 weeks.
8) What is the recommended vaccine schedule?
Most vets recommend starting (FVRCP) vacc at 8 weeks of age followed by boosters at 12 and 16 weeks of age to avoid over vaccination. Rabies vacc is the other core kitten vacc, your kitten can recieve a rabies vacc as early as 12 weeks of age but this depends on state laws and on your vet.
9) Worming schedule
A kitten should be dewormed every 2 weeks until they are 12 weeks old. Every month, from 12 weeks of age to 6 months. Every three months, from 6 months on. We recommend that you continue the worming schedule at your home.
Wormer can be purchased from you vet, your local pet store and online.
All wormers are not the same.
10) ITEMS TO GET BEFORE BRINGING YOUR KITTEN HOME
~kitten Food (we use Paws and Claws)
~Water and Food Bowls
~Set up a vet appointment
11) ITEMS TO BRING TO TAKE YOUR KITTEN HOME
~Collar and Leash.
~Payment (cash only at pick up)
~Towel or two
~Crate (if you are coming alone)
~Water and food bowl if you are driving a long distance
12) THE CAR RIDE HOME
It is best to bring someone with you to pick up your kitten, because your
kitten will be more comforted if it is being held, instead of in a crate.
Young kittens sometimes experience car sickness, so bring several
If it is a long drive home, plan to make multiple stops to let your kitten out
on the leash for fresh air and potty breaks.
13) THE FIRST NIGHT
Don't feed or provide water to your kitten one hour before he/she will be
going to bed.
Your kitten may be a little sad the first day and will need to adjust to not being with its mother and siblings. Just be patient with him/her and provide lots of hugs, cuddles and attention. kitten toys also will help to preoccupy your kitten.
15) FEEDING YOUR KITTEN
It is best when your kitten is young, to provide 2-3 meals per day, instead of
free feeding. The number of meals a cat eats per day depends completely on the family schedule. Cats should eat at least two meals a day, 12 hours apart. But a breakfast, dinner, afternoon, supper, and right before bed schedule is an equally great option.
It is very important to socialize your kitten. Spend lots of time each day
playing and cuddling your kitten. Let visitors come and give him
attention. You do not want your kitten to grow up and be fearful of
18) VETERINARY CARE
Take your kitten into your veterinarian within 3 days of picking him up
20) The Bengal Temperament:
The Bengal cat is a highly intelligent breed characterised by its wild, leopard-like appearance. It is also incredibly active and playful with an affectionate and gentle temperment. Its affectionate and playful dog-like qualities make it a great family pet. With their wild cat tendencies Bengals are usually much more talkative and active than your typical domestic house cat. They'er extremely muscular, athletic and agile.
21) The Savannah Temperment:
The Savannah Cat's personality is playful and loyal. Unlike most cats she loves to play in water and can even be trained to walk on a leash and play fetch....
Savannah cats have strong hunting insticts, so they aren't always suitable for households with pets like fish, hamsters, and birds.