1. You can be reassured when bringing your new kitten home. We will kindly provide a vet exam and have the negative FeLV/FIV test for you. You will get the most recent health examination report from the veterinarian at the time we hand over the kitten to you, including a full exam, FVRCP vaccine, deworming, and a negative FeLV/FIV test. We will meet with you during the day of the exam at a pet hospital.

  2. Please bring a cat carrier to pick up the kitten. You can put a dog pee pad in the carrier or use a small litter box. If you take the kitten out of the carrier, make sure the doors and windows of the car are closed.

  3. After the kitten arrives in the new home, he/she needs plenty of time to get familiar with the new environment. The first day the kitten arrives home is especially important, since they may be nervous. Upon arriving, leave him/her in the carrier in a quiet room and leave alone for a few minutes. After that, let the kitten come out without forcing anything. Put food, water, and a litter box near the carrier and patiently let the kitten explore the room. Once the kitten appears to be relaxed, you can approach the kitten and play with him/her. 

  4. Prepare kitten supplies before receiving the kitten. The food and cat litter are most important. You must continue feeding them with the original food to prevent indigestion and unnecessary stress.

  5. If you want to change to other food brands, wait for the kitten to adapt to your home environment, then you can slowly increase the percentage of new foods over a period of 7 days. We don’t feed the kittens raw meat. Because raw food can be contaminated with bacteria, which in turn can lead to food poisoning. Please note that cow milk cannot be fed to kittens.

  6. The kitten must be kept at home. Make sure that doors and windows remain closed, and keep in mind that cats can easily escape through small holes. Kittens can bite and escape from screen window doors. It’s especially important to add safety screens if you live in a high-rise. Ragdolls are not suitable to be outdoors, since they’re likely to be attacked by wild animals or fight with other cats. It’s also easy for them to get infectious diseases or car accidents.

  7. Spay/neuter and microchip before 6 months: Some studies believe that premature spaying/neutering may cause cats to lack sex hormones, which in turn affects the growth and development of bones, leading to the formation of osteoarthrosis, and occasionally urinary tract infections or urinary leakage. To ensure that the cat has healthy physiological development, our cattery will not let the kitten be spayed/neutered too early, so the adopter needs to sign a “spay/neuter contract” with us. On top of adopt fee, there is additional $500 alter deposit will be added into final payment. You need to do the spay/neuter operation and insert the microchip before the kitten turns 6 months old and send the vet verification document to us. We will return your $500 alter deposit after confirmation, and the kitten’s parent’s TICA five-generation pedigree certificate will be given to you.

  8. Can’t abandon: treat the kittens like family. If for any reason the kitten can no longer be raised, please find suitable relatives or friends to continue to take care of them. 

  9. If you’ve never owned a cat before, it is recommended that you learn the basic concepts of caring for cats, including cat-specific diseases, nutrition, vaccinations, social training, harmful plants, etc.

  10. Owning multiple cats: cats are independent animals, so even if their living space is large, it’s possible that the original cat can be stress out and possibly get digestive issues. They might also become territorial and mark their territory using urine and feces. This isn’t out of malice but is an instinctive reaction. If you want to own two or more cats, consider adopting kittens in the same litter.

  11. The kitten supplies for your reference:


    · Royal Canin Feline Health Nutrition Mother & Babycat Ultra Soft Mousse in Sauce Canned Cat Food

    · Royal Canin Feline Health Nutrition Mother & Babycat Dry Cat Food

    · Royal Canin Feline Health Nutrition Thin Slices in Gravy Wet Kitten Food (eat at 4 months old)

    · Stella & Chewy’s Chick Chick Chicken Dinner Morsels Freeze Dried Raw Cat Food  (eat at 4 12 weeks old)


    Fresh drinking water is available every day

    Health food

    · Nutramax Proviable Probiotics

    · Breeder’s Edge® Kitten Lyte

    · Wholistic Pet Organics Organic Feline Complete Pumpkin Enhanced Powder Daily Multivitamin for Cats

    · Tomlyn Nutri-Cal Fish Flavor Gel High Calorie Supplement for Kittens

    Litter box

    Cat litter

    · Since kittens grow up quickly, it is recommended to buy a large-sized litter box.

    · Arm & Hammer Litter Naturals Scented Clumping Corn Cat Litter

    Cat tree

    Kittens like to climb high and jump up and down, so it is safer to buy lower trees

    Cat bed

    Kittens sleep about 16-20 hours a day and need a soft and comfortable bed

    Cat carrier

    Because kittens grow up quickly, it is recommended to buy a large size, which can be used when going to the vet or when going out in the future.

    Cat tech

    The kitten’s room needs an air purifier and a powerful vacuum cleaner to maintain a clean and comfortable environment


    Meal bowls, water bowls, cat nail clippers, combs, bath products, toothbrushes, toothpaste, Cat scratching boards, teasers & wands, balls, interactive toys, etc


    Inaba Churu for Kittens Lickable Cat Treats