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We do our utmost to guarantee our kittens to have a wonderfull life, we give them all the love and care, to let them grow up as a social en stable Norwegian forestcat.
We therefore would like you to comply to a few conditions, iIf you are interested in one of our furbabies.
The living environment
Norwegian Forest Cats are highly socialable therefore they should be kept in a family framework. If the cat wil be isolated or not get enough atttention of his "humans"or other cats he will be very unhappy.
If you are working whole day long, it won't not be an option to leave him without companion, to play, cuddle and sleep with.
Norwegians like to play and run so some space would be necessary.
Nowegians are highly intelligent and very fond on climbing, a very robust schratching pole is recommended, besides the fact that cats are very pleased when they can look at the world from above.
We don't want our kittens to get outside in a non protected area, as they are not easily spooked, they can visit your neighbours, besides that they will always be at risk of being run over or stolen.
A well fenced garden or balconny is the best solution, but be aware that the are very smart and real fast but also real "Houdini's" they wil find a spot to break out almost immediatly.
We regular walk our cats on a leash.
We demand that the cat will not be declawed!
This is cruel and can give health issues
Do you want to be a butler to one of our furbabies than sent us an e-mail, with your personal details and some, where appropriate wishes. We will make an appointment on how to proceed. We are working with a waitinglist.
As far as possible, we will bring our furbabies to their new homes. Due to experience we will ask a deposit, down payment, of 30% of the price upon reservation, this to make sure for both sides the kitten is reserved. This deposit, down payment, is only refundable if the kitten dies or get sick
Moving the kittens
Our kittens will only leave at a minimum age of 14 weeks, or when they go abroad, within Europe, at least after 18 weeks. For overseas export they will be at least 6 months old. They will be fully vaccinated and have their rabiŽs vaccination set at the age of 13 weeks. They are microchipped and several times treated against worms and parasites. They get their passport, a health certificate together with their pedigree and a nice extended package to start up. We will not neuter our kittens, prior to moving out of our home
After the move.
We would be delighted when we get some info now and then about their development.
If for what ever kind of reason, the cat has to be removed or get sick, we would like to be informed. If possible we will advice and help as much as possible to find a reasonable solution.
Food for thoughts:
❤️The hand of a breeder❤️
The hand of a breeder is the hand that calms the mother during delivery ...
It is the hand that caresses her belly to try to calm the contractions ...
The hand of a breeder is the hand that opens the way to facilitate the birth of the babies ...
It is the hand that does not tremble and submerges in the entrails to try to get a kitten caught in difficulties.
The hand of a breeder is the one that breaks the baby's bag if it has not broken ... it is the hand that cleans the newborn and helps him breathe.
The hand of a breeder is the one that tries to reanimate a baby but that sometimes must be resigned when the kitten dies.
The hand of a breeder is the hand that cuts the umbilical cord ... The one that weighs the kitten every day to make sure everything is going well.
The hand of a breeder is the hand that brings the kitten closer to its mother who looks at it with confidence Ö
The hand that stimulates the breasts so that the milk arrives.
The hand of a breeder is the one that rubs his eyes to fight against the fatigue of days without sleep ... It is the one that gives bottles if there is not enough milk.
The hand of a breeder is the one that gives the lost kitten to its mother, the one that plays with the kitten to socialize, the one that takes over and feeds the kitten at the moment of weaning.
The hand of a breeder is the hand that takes care of the little ones when they are not well.
The hand of a breeder is the hand that your kitten confides to you, hoping that it is in good hands.
The hand of a breeder is the one that answers the phone day and night if you have the least concern for the kitten that has entrusted you ...
For all this and many other things, the next time you shake the hand of a breeder, think of all that hand has done 💓