Bringing Your Kitten Home
Our kittens are raised with lots of love, and it's important for us to know that they are adopted into caring homes.
We let our babies go home when we feel that they ready, and only if they are healthy, eating solid food, completely litter box trained, and properly socialized . When you get your kitten, he will have been released by our vet in good health and ready to go home to his forever family. Our kittens may be reserved with a deposit via PayPal to hold them for their families until they are old enough to go home. We make sure to keep our kittens' families updated on their babies with pictures and videos of them growing and playing.
Your kitten will have a complete health record for you to see when they were dewormed and vaccinated. You will also be given a one year health guarantee against genetic or congenital defects, and a spay/neuter contract.
All of our kittens will receive their first FVRCP vaccine and preventative deworming before going home. Your regular vet will be able to complete the FVRCP series. If you choose to give your Ragdoll kitten a rabies vaccination, it is best to wait until the kitten is at least 6 months old.
When you bring your kitten home, it may take him a few days to get used to his new environment. You may want to give him a couple of days in a quiet room to adjust, and slowly introduce other household pets. It is common for kittens to show signs of stress through sneezing or watery eyes for the first few days after coming home.
Feel free to contact us for more information about bringing one of our Ragdolls home!