OUR FORMER LITTERS
THE RESERVATION OF A KITTEN
The reservation is the result of a process that begins with an initial contact by email or telephone. If you contact me by e-mail at first, then I will propose a telephone exchange to get to know you better and define your adoption project. Following this call, you will be able to register on the waiting list for future litters.
There is no commitment on either side, it only means that I will keep you informed of the births and that you will be able to put a kitten in option the first month while waiting for our meeting.
THE HEALTH OF KITTENS
The health of our cats and kittens is a priority. That is why I work closely with the Elysees Clinic at La Celle Saint-Cloud. The veterinarian follows my activity since the beginning, advises me, regularly visits my cattery in a continuous improvement approach. She closely follows my cats, births and kittens until their departure.
The kittens leave the house around 12 weeks with a request for a LOOF pedigree in progress.
They are identified by microchip at 8 weeks old during a first veterinary visit. The identification is now done by means of Thermoship chips that allow us to take the kitten's temperature for a more precise health follow-up.
Kittens leave dewormed and the first vaccination injection (Typhus Coryza) is given at the second visit, along with a veterinary certificate detailing the kitten's state of health.
I always discuss with the adopters on the protocols to be put in place for deworming, flea and tick prevention and vaccine recall or vaccines to be done according to the cat's lifestyle in his new family.
I would like to remind you that vaccination is essential to protect against certain diseases. But it is not a risk-free act for young kittens. The protocol is therefore done in close collaboration with the veterinarian and the future adopter.