All Heart'nsoul kittens leave:
BEFORE INQUIRING PLEASE NOTE: The last year has been a bit of a challenge, to say the least! I can't say that I am disappointed in the extra time I have been able to spend with my family (and the extra help I have been getting with kitty chores! haha). BUT, with the decline in the economy means prices of everything seem to be going up. Sadly, this includes kitten prices because to raise kittens is now costing us extra money. You may notice my prices are slightly higher than other kittens available online however, this is for good reason. My cats do not go without anything. We have 12 memory foam cat beds in the cattery as well as cat trees, daily treats, daily raw and canned diet and we free feed Royal Canin dry (and these kitties eat A LOT). We use ground corn litter (worlds best) to try and reduce the amount of dust that is often present with clay litter and to eliminate the possibility of a intestinal blockage if our kittens are to eat the litter (yes, disgusting I know, but kittens do this). On top of this is grooming supplies, cleaning supplies and hospital grade disinfectant. AND regular vaccines, deworming and preventative flea treatments. Not to mention emergency veterinary care, medications, surgeries, etc. And generally (if not for COVID), cat show entries, hotel expenses, etc. The price you pay is not just to cover what we put into your kitten, but also helps to cover the amount spent to care for your kittens parents which I am certain is important to you as well.
At Heart'nsoul we do our best to provide you with a healthy, socialized kitten that fits the breed standard. A kitten that we hope will provide you with years of happiness. Reducing our prices, and therefore, the quality of care that our kittens and cats receive, is not something we are willing to compromise on. We appreciate your understanding.
Pinot is my daughters favorite of the litter. He is very rambunctious and playful and doesn't know how to turn his purr-machine off. Pinot can play a little rough, so he likely would not be a good fit for a family with young children (although my 11 year old daughter loves it LOL).
Pinot is being neutered on February 4th, 2021. He will leave being examined by a licensed veterinarian twice, having received two FVRCP vaccines, being fully dewormed, microchipped and is out of PKD and FIV/FeLV negative parents.