FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions about Our Persian Kittens

Do you ship your kittens?

Yes. We have two options to choose from. We ship our kittens via United Airlines Pet Safe Program where animals are kept in a climate controlled environment at all times. We schedule shipments according to your availability, once we have booked your kittens travel you will receive an email with all the details. (Cost 300.00)

In addition we can have your baby Persian Kitten hand carried. You will meet the courier inside the airport normally at baggage claim. You will have to bring a carrier for the trip home from the airport  (Cost $400.00)

Can you pick up your kittens?

Yes, in fact we encourage it.  We will arrange a day and time you can pick up your kitten, once your kitten has reached between 10 -12 weeks old.  Due to the health safety of our cattery cats and kittens we do not offer tours through our cattery at this time. Some kittens may be new born and we must ensure the cattery has no outside exposure. Thank you for your understanding.

Do you offer a health guarantee?

Yes. Our doll faced Persian kittens come with a written health guarantee against serious hereditary and congenital defects.

Do your kittens come with shots?

Yes. Kittens are vet checked before leaving. Kittens receive age appropriate vaccinations and arrive with a state approved, vet signed health certificate showing all test results and vaccinations information.

What forms of payment do you accept for your Persian Kittens?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Amex and Discover over the phone. (over the phone transactions do require a copy of  your driver’s license) We also accept online payments via PayPal. Checks are accepted for deposits and final payments if the check is received 14 days prior to kitten leaving. Kittens must be paid in full before going home. Kittens are marked sold after a deposit is received. All deposits are non-refundable but transferable in some cases.

What type of food do you feed your kittens?

Your kitten is currently eating Halo Spot’s Stew Wholesome Chicken Recipe.  Halo uses only real meat. No rendered meat or meal from chicken, poultry, lamb, fish or plants. Formulated with vitamins, minerals, and other trace nutrients, No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives Natural sources of soluble and insoluble fiber.  Halo is made using only fresh, human-quality ingredients. It is a nutrient dense food with high quality meat proteins and NO by-products, corn, wheat, gluten or soy. NO artificial flavors, colors, sugars or chemical preservatives. Their foods have never been part of a recall and I believe this to be the best food on the market. Persians have  a very delicate digestive system and ours are accustomed to this food, therefore it is important to continue feeding this food in order to avoid an upset stomach. You can purchase this food on chewy.com at a great price or also available at Petco. Of course we highly suggest speaking to your vet about your kitten’s dietary needs.

What brand cat litter do you use?

Your kitten has been using Precious Cat crystal litter. You can buy this at your local PetsMart or Petco.

Are your kittens registered?

Yes. All of our adorable doll faced Persian kittens are CFA registered. Our cattery is CFA (Cat Fanciers Association), registered. You will receive your registration paper after getting your kitten spayed or neutered please read your contract.

Where do I put the food and litter?

Put food and litter in a place where you know it will be permanent. This will make it so much easier for your kitten to learn where to potty and where to eat. Make sure food and litter are not placed close together as a kitten/cat will not eat where it potties – in other words, your doll faced Persian kitten will find a different place to potty.

Should I let my kitten roam the whole house right away?

I would not do that at first. Put the kitten in one room at first – where the food and water will be located. Let the kitten slowly become more acquainted with your home by gradually introducing other rooms.

I have other pets – how do I help them get along with my new Doll Faced Persian kitten?

This may require some patience and initial supervision. Let your pets get used to the smell of your new kitten by allowing them to smell kitten on you, or let them smell the kitten from under a door. Then slowly introduce your new kitten with supervision. Never leave a kitten alone with another animal that can cause the kitten harm.