Kitten polacy

THE PRICE OF A KITTEN DEPENDS ON THE BLOOD LINE AND ITS CLASSIFICATION

 

4 CLASSIFICATIONS OF KITTENS:

 

PET:

PET RAGDOLL, sold to private individuals

  • Not suitable for shows, is neutered.
  • Healthy no physical defects, the markings may be perfect or with slight imperfections. White marks on the tail, white marks on the ears in the bicolour and absence of white chin in the mitted.
  • Excellent character, perfectly socialised.

 

TOP PET / SHOW NEUTER:

Sold to private individuals

  • Very good type of cat often with good markings, Marking or other characteristics does not necessarily have to be perfect, but kitten must be in excellent Type (like cat for breeding), then it is called Top cat,
  • Healthy, no defects physically. Its high quality (more than Pet) corresponds often to ‘show standards’ (defined by the International Feline Federation as : as close as possible to the ideal of the breed, considering that ideal doesn’t actually exist)
  • Excellent character, perfectly socialised.

 

BREEDING CAT:

Sold to other breeders who keep cats at home and not caged.

  • Healthy, no physical defects, the markings are ideal or with tiny imperfections which do not disqualify cats from shows. Dark marks on white paws.
  • Excellent type of cat, able to pass on all its characteristics to its kittens.
  • Excellent character, perfectly socialised.

 

SHOW/BREEDING CAT:

Suitable to Show. Sold to breeders  who keep cats at home and not caged.

  • Healthy, beautiful cat with perfect markings the cat corresponds to the highest demands of the breed standard.
  • Can pass on excellent characteristics to its kittens.
  • Excellent character, perfectly socialised.

 

READ : CONDITIONS OF SALE.

 

PRICES

 

In order to book a kitten a deposit is necessary. If a deposit has not been paid within three days on a verbal agreement then the booking is considered void. If for any reason I am not able to supply the kitten the deposit will be refunded, it will not be refunded however if the buyer changes their mind.

In the case of a kitten being sent abroad the full payment must arrive 12 days before the shipment.

The cost of kittens varies according to their quality (classification) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE PRICE INCLUDES :

  • FIFE pedigree recognised on the World, if required it can be registered in all the world organisations recognised by FIFE: WCF, TICA, CFA, ...
  • Health documentation
  • Microchip
  • Two vaccinations (herpesvirus, calcivirus, panleucopenia)
  •  worming - 
  • minimum 2 visits to the vet
  • Sales contract
  • Medical certificate of good health
  • One year guarantee for genetic cardiac disease
  • Copy of parents genetic test result : HCM, PKD, MPS, PRA
  • Copy of parents test result: FIV, FeLV
  • Starter kit: the kittens usual food and toys.

For kittens which go abroad should be added to the price for:

  • Passport
  • Anti-rabies vaccination
  • In some cases, International Health Certificate for export (depending on the country imported) 
  • confirmation by the veterinarian in section X of passport on good health and suitability to travel to the destination
  • trip with the cat to the airport of departure
  • keep the cat longer time in my breeding than usual, the next deworming, sterilization

 

It is said that a neutered male is sweeter than the neutered female which appears to be more independent. Observing my various Ragdolls that there is no apparent difference in character between male and female once neutered. Both have the typical Ragdoll character and are sweet, trusting, clingy and madly in love with their human parents.

The difference can be seen in physical features.

  • A male kitten is more ‘impressive’ (often larger and furrier). The adult male is larger than the female.
  • The female is usually smaller than the male but more elegant in her movements.