Chip Scottish Straight male 2100$

Price: $ 2100

Status:

Breed:

Sex:

Male

Birth date:

July 17, 2023

Champion Bloodlines:

Yes

Registered:

Yes

Сolor:

Red color point

We offer four shipping options for your convenience:

  • Air Cargo Delivery: This option is priced at $575 and delivers your kitten to the nearest airport equipped with American Airlines or Alaska Airlines facilities. Please note that this method is not available for certain breeds and is subject to temperature restrictions.
  • Road Transportation: This option is available for nearby states only and pricing varies based on the delivery location.
  • Nanny-Assisted Delivery: This service is priced at $900 and includes personal courier accompaniment for your kitten.
  • Personal Door-to-Door Delivery: This comprehensive service delivers your kitten directly to your doorstep and is priced at $1250. Exceptions may apply based on the destination. You are also welcome to collect your kitten from our location.
  • Full vaccinations are required for kittens at a certain age.
  • Deworming to keep your kitten healthy.
  • A health guarantee to ensure your kitten’s well-being.
  • Kitten grooming services to keep your furry friend looking and feeling their best.
  • We will provide you with information and care instructions for your new kitten.
  • We offer 7 days a week support to help with all of your kitten’s needs.
  • A pet/vet passport with all records.

We offer a Word Cat Federation (WCF) pedigree for our cats. If you prefer, your kitty can be spayed/neutered upon your request. Additionally, we offer the option to purchase a kitty with breeding rights. If you have any additional requests or questions, please let us know

To reserve a kitten, you’ll need to pay a deposit of either $400 or $500. This will hold the kitten for you and prevent it from being sold to anyone else. Unfortunately, the deposit is non-refundable and cannot be transferred to another kitten. This is because the breeder needs the deposit to keep the kitten for you.

If you need to change the kitten you’ve chosen, exceptions can be made only if both the original and new kitten are from the same breeder, the kitten is not yet spayed, and the purebred certificate hasn’t been issued under your name.

The final payment is due on the day your kitten arrives at their new home, and can be made through PayPal, WISE, or cash. If you have any questions or concerns about payment, please feel free to contact us.

  • If a licensed veterinary clinic confirms that the pet is unhealthy at the time of acquisition, the seller will accept the pet’s return and issue a store credit for the amount paid.
  • If the buyer is dissatisfied with the purchased pet or experiences issues like theft, problems with toilet training, allergies in the family, etc., the buyer cannot demand a refund or compensation from the seller.
  • If the buyer is unable to house, care for, and maintain the pet, the seller has the right of first refusal.
  • If necessary, the pet should be returned to the seller for re-homing without any refund. The pet should never be put into a rescue situation or humane society.

Spaying kittens at a young age has several benefits, including reducing the risk of certain health issues, easier recovery from surgery, population control, and behavioral benefits. Early spaying is generally considered safe and can be done as early as 8-16 weeks old. It helps prevent unwanted litters and behaviors associated with a cat’s heat cycle.

Here a Proof from veterenarians

https://www.avma.org/resources-tools/avma-policies/pediatric-spayneuter-dogs-and-cats

https://www.aaha.org/your-pet/pet-owner-education/ask-aaha/spay-or-neuter/

Also you can check for information

  • American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP): A professional organization dedicated to improving the health and welfare of cats. They offer resources and guidelines related to feline healthcare, including spaying and neutering. You can visit their website at https://catvets.com.
  • The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS): An organization that advocates for early-age spay/neuter to help control pet overpopulation. You can find more information on their website at https://www.humanesociety.org.
  • ASPCA: The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) provides resources on spaying and neutering, including early-age procedures. Their website is https://www.aspca.org.