Burmese Breeder - Cats - NSW : Perfect Pets Profile

Charlington Burmese aim to breed happy, healthy, well socialised babies, who jump straight into their new owners arms and hearts making wonderful family pets displaying the gorgeous characteristics of this fabulous breed.

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).
We seek immediate medical attention for any unwell animal. We work closely with our vets who assist us with our breeding program and are guided by them into what testing needs to occur and when. We ensure that all our animals are regularly wormed and vaccinated. Our breeding program aims to always further enhance the quality of the characteristics of the Burmese placing special emphasis on personality and conformation.
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?
Our kittens are raised in our house and once they leave the nursery they are handled daily by all members of the family, including our five children. They are introduced to our other pets and are well socialised with people and our other cats and dogs. As they are raised in our house they are exposed to household noises and the coming and goings of a large family and friends, this ensures that they are confident in most situations and settle very quickly into their new homes. Like their mothers and father our kittens are treated as very much loved family pets.
Question. What written information about the conditions of sale, warranty, and information concerning the care and maintenance of the breed do you provide?
Our kittens come with a health guarantee. Pet kittens must be desexed by 6 months. Where possible we try to meet the family in person and strongly encourage people to visit and meet all our beautiful cats.
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?
Placing each kitten based on their personality into the right family is of the highest priority for us. I communicate regularly with families who have enquired to purchase a kitten gathering information on the new family which includes accomodation for the kitten such as full run of the house, where they will sleep, if they will have access to a safe outdoor area, the members of the family and if there are children and any other family pet already in residence. To know what level of advice I should provide I also ask if they have owned burmese cats previously and if they have had experience with kittens. Where possible we try and personally meet families or at a minimum communication through phone or text if this is not possible. I reserve the right to return a deposit at anytime during the adoption process if I do not feel a family is going to be suitable for one of our babies.
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.
Families are encouraged to contact me at anytime, no question is too small or silly. I also contact families a few times in the first month to ensure the baby is settling in well. Babies come with samples of food, kitty litter, toys and a blanket with mum and any siblings smell to assist the settling in process. Families often contact me as their baby grows for advice around a variety of questions from medical, to behaviour and the introduction of a new family member. Many families stay in regular contact sending updated photos which is just lovely and very much appreciated.
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?
Families are made aware that at any time they are no longer able to keep their kitten or cat that I will either take them back and/or find a new home for them.
Question. Do you offer pet insurance?
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Burmese Kittens, Tamworth, NSW - Charlington Burmese

Phone: 0429702892
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