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About Purchasing Adopting A NATMAC BURMESE KITTEN OR CAT, General Questions Answers and More Information;
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Natmac Kittens are: registered (with papers) FCCWA – Feline Control Council Western Australia, includes; home reared Burmese kittens , first vaccination, vet checked, healthy blood lines, loved and cared for Burmese cats, de sexed with certificate / records, microchiped, wormed, flea treated, 6 weeks Pet Plan Insurance, litter trained, kitten pack including information and food samples and more.
Our kittens are high quality and show blood lines with parents being Cat Show Award Winning, two are from Interstate, highly sort after breeding blood lines cats, cuddly, cute, intelligent, friendly, sweet, playful, gentle, registered (with pedigree papers) Burmese kittens. They come from an vaccinated, healthy blood line, disease free and breeding cats tested for common cat diseases, loved and cared for Burmese cats.
NATMAC BURMESE CATS KITTENS are SMALL BREEDERS / HAND RARED – DON’T FORGET – Our kittens are hand reared, what does that mean? Means we are a small boutique registered breeder, so we have one on one time to be touching, playing and socialising your kitten once old enough and safe to do so. Natmac Burmese Kittens are used to being picked up, nails clipped, eyes cleaned, washed, cuddled, played with, being around a house, house training, but still left to play with litter mates or alone, older cats and other people, they are balanced that enjoy being and playing with you but also can handle being left alone for periods. Our Kittens are well balanced kittens already house trained, to help your new addition settle in quicker. Our Cats are our Pets also so get allot of handling, cuddling, love and playing so this comes out to the kittens as well.
WAITING LIST – YES unfortunately seems to be a demand for Burmese, so if you don’t want to miss out you are best to go on the waiting list. Cats don’t breed all year round so not a ready flow of kittens available, cats mainly breed in the warmer & summer months so if you don’t want to miss out or have to ring around and around go on our or another breeders Waiting List.
Natmac Burmese Cats Waiting List: Should you want a kitten, you can be on our kitten waiting list, we will need to know sex and colour preference at this time (first and second just in case). We will advise you when we have a kitten available for you.
Don’t forget to contact your local council with the Cat Laws, including how many cats you are allowed, you need you cat registered and desexed.
Natmac Kittens can go to their furever home once they are between 12-14 weeks of age and large enough to be safely desexed. Females also have to wait for their stitches to be removed prior to leaving us.
We do occasionally offer a Cat or older Kitten for Adoption, we will notify on Facebook, possibly Natmac website or gumtree.
INDOOR ONLY – Our Burmese are recommended to be indoor only (or in a cat run/enclosure outdoors) they don’t have any road sense, especially the pedigree Burmese cats. My cats have only ever been indoors so the kittens will not be learning any road sense from her mother unlike moggie cats/kittens.
Two Kittens: We may offer a discount should you purchase two kittens when we can.
One or Two Kittens – What I have heard that it is always easier to have two kittens from the same litter, as they already know each other and form a better bond than two outside kittens. Just as long as they are both sterilised (which they will be before taking home) you shouldn’t really have any problems with two males or two females. I have heard that two females can be a little more territorial. I think it can depend on the breed also. I think that a Male & Female would be a great combination, as naturally one will be a little more dominant/alpha cat one of each is always cute, I have heard two males are fine too just as long as they are sterilised you don’t have problems with Territorial or wondering too much, but again being from the same litter they will have a stronger bond and get on better than two different kittens or ages. Having two kittens at the same time is great for a family and to keep them occupied when you are not home and with a few children you won’t have so many fights with your kids hehe.
OTHER BREEDERS – Yes I will and am happy to and have given out other good recommended breeders names and contact details to those who don’t want to wait, but even the larger breeders having waiting lists too! People have come back and put their name on our waiting list.
See our Links and General Info Pages for more help, suggestions and other recommended sites to visit prior to pick up of your kitten or cat. Also more links to the right (if view from computer) or below our posts (if view from phone).
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