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Why take your cat from a registered breeder


Call indulgent "pseudobreeder" a person who, without being affiliated to any of the organizations recognized feline, cat owns you multiply the money, in short, but more direct and said, these people are "multiplier". Kittens are usually offered by multiplier poorly fed, vaccinated or unvaccinated chaotic, kept in cages improper and certainly were never properly consulted by a veterinarian. These kittens become available for sale at ages between 4 and 8 weeks, to avoid the costs of feeding and vaccinating them.

All too often happens that farmers receive calls from people who want a kitten, which can not meet demand as they have put in the time available, only to learn later that those wanting a kitten bought from petshop or pseudocrescatori of the reason that, simply cat and just when they needed it.

I advise anyone looking to buy a pedigree kittens wait!

Romania registered breeders are deeply involved in Fife to find suitable homes for the pups from their farms, are almost always ready to lend a hand and help when it comes d health and well being of their kittens and are dedicated to life (after all, young coming from a loft is, somehow, children breeders!).

Fife will provide Romanian breeders registered with a pedigree kitten always.

But when the new owner is promised that pedigree will arrive by mail or is told that the train was lost pedigree, that pedigree is the fact that there was no cat ever and comes from a dubious source. The new owner may be surprised and have been lied about age, health and even that breed kitten.

It's sad but true fact that many kittens from such petshopuri pseudocrescatori or die soon after new owners take possession. The reason is clear - most of these kittens are snatched near their mother too early age, between 4 and 8 weeks, well before the separation of mother and be appropriate because most prospective owners want a kitten as "small and nice. " Opinion of most people is that if you take a cat from a very young age, it will adapt well to new home. This is only an impression, and it is totally wrong! Kittens largest adapts much better! The reasons?

I try to imagine what it would be to take a child from his mother at age 3 years. The child had just learned to use the potty, not yet fully formed immune systems can not make decisions for himself and can not grasp the potential dangers. This child will cry and loss of his parents will be inconsolable for a while. The same happens in case of a kitten too small. Cats remember recent events after 16 hours, but the cat will suffer profoundly 4:00 p.m. and the mother's loss being put extreme stress because of this you can get sick easily, at this age are susceptible to any disease, which is often fatal.

FIFE breeders are not allowed to give kittens new owners until vaccinations are not complete, so three months is the minimum age at which a kitten can leave the loft. During these three months notice fascination breeder what happens between the mother cat and her kittens.



Thus, during the first 2 or 3 weeks after birth the mother cat is very protective and only show a few people that she has full confidence have "permission" to touch her kittens. It is a false conception according to which cats eat their young if they are touched by humans - touching young breeders since the moment they are born, to verify their health status, birth and to help to direct you to the source of milk is This relationship of trust between cat fancier. If this trust is missing, the mother cat will show clearly that does not want her children to be touched by them but never hurt them. Over the first two months of life, kittens should not be left out of the nest, safety and health.

When you begin to walk 3 to 4 weeks, the mother cat turns into the "mother hen" and show their disapproval when babies do things illegal. Cats protect their babies from potential threats and will take some careful neck rush to quickly make the nest, the desire to ensure that they are not anything bad can happen.

Also in this stage of development, the cat will begin to direct the young food and water sources will wean gradually, although in parallel breastfeeding should continue for another month.

Most kittens are fully weaned to 2 months old but will want to continue to stay near their mother until the age of three months when, at some point, the mother decides it's time for kittens to become independent. During this time and constantly check the health of mothers and breeder kittens vet immediately and ask for help if something is apparently wrong. More FIFE breeders in Romania help each other and assist novice breeders.

Also, during the 3 months notice carefully breeder kittens, finally knowing exactly what is the strongest, weakest, most timid, most courageous, every little personality Being outlined distinctly visible to the age. A responsible breeder will place each kitten then according to the needs of each new owner. Kittens brave and expansive fit best in environments where there are children and most timid adapts best to a couple without children or older people. These kittens are now very independent and well-balanced mind, because they all had the necessary maternal love, become capable to integrate seamlessly into a new family.

Most growers signed contracts with new owners and, contrary to what is circulated, these contracts are legally valid. Contracts are drawn up so as to ensure the welfare and kittens must be respected. Breeders have strong reasons for castration / sterilization of kittens, one of the most important being that only the finest copies must carry on the genetic material in breeding programs (subject explained in detail in the article that follows, "Why grow cats "). Another reason is that a producer wants to know not kittens or their descendants in situations to be deprived of necessary conditions for development, ending in a petshop or in the hands of any multiplier, subject to suffering and disease.