Burmese, Siamese Breeder - Cats - VIC : Perfect Pets Profile

Breeder of Burmese and Siamese kittens for over 30 years. Kittens are raised as part of the family so tend to be on the naughty side. We work to make sure kittens are healthy, not inbred, and have the best start in life with best quality food and care.

Breeder Questionnaire

Question. Do you health test in accordance with the current standards and recommended guidelines for your breed? Can you demonstrate your knowledge of any required DNA or other health related test results concerning your breed (if applicable).
No
I breed Siamese and Burmese which have little in the way of health problems. I run blood panels and DNA profiles on my incoming Queens and Studs, but not every kitten as its not required.
Question. Do you ensure that your kittens are appropriately socialised? Please provide details about how you raise your kittens to ensure that their environmental and social needs are met, that they are suitable as pets. And, do you ensure that the new family understands and is equipped to continue this socialisation?
Yes
Kittens are raised in the house and handled from birth. Kittens owners receive care sheets and ongoing phone support. They are also warned up front about the naughty natures of Burmese!
Question. What written information about the conditions of sale, warranty, and information concerning the care and maintenance of the breed do you provide?
Yes
Care sheets provided. After rehoming support. If it doesn't work out - I take the cat back.
Question. Is ensuring that your kittens go to the right home a high priority? How do you ensure that the kitten will be a good fit, and be well cared for in its new home? Do you have a verbal or personal interview?
Yes
I try and describe what a burmese / Siamese is like and warn people. I have suggested to come people that a quieter cat might be more appropriate! The Burmese are family cats - the Siamese are great for a companion
Question. Do you offer ongoing support? For example: Help with introducing a kitten to other animals; help with any health or behavioural problems that might occur.
Yes
Yes. I still get the occasional call even years later!
Question. In the long term, do you assist with re-homing a kitten or cat if for some reason the new family are unable to care for it?
Yes
I have taken cats back and worked to rehome them. Sometimes people's circumstances change. It not often I get those calls though.
Question. Do you offer pet insurance?
No
But I will look into this

Burmese, Siamese Kittens, Melbourne, VIC - ARSENIOS Siamese and Burmese Breeder, Melbourne

Phone: 0423724133
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