Our main goal is to find the best possible adoption family for our sphynx kittens. We reserve the right to refuse the adoption to anyone we judge unable to provide appropriate care to the adopted kitten.
The adopter must provide the kitten with the care and attention necessary to ensure their health and well-being (adapted food, sufficient and clear water, adequate and suitable habitat, etc).
He agrees to provide routine visits to a veterinarian, vaccinations and deworming treatments, and any other medical care (including emergency) if it has occurred.
The adopter must take into account the particularities of Sphynx cats that are hairless. He must keep the kitten in the warm environment, avoid direct exposure to the sun and hot surfaces, minimize dust in the litter. Hygiene procedures such as cleaning the body, ears, eyes, cutting nails and all other necessary care must be provided regularly.
Before adoption, all our kittens are checked by the veterinarian, receive 2 enriched basic vaccines (including Chlamydia) and are dewormed at least 3 times. The rabies vaccine and the micro-chip installation are optional, but often required when travelling by plane or abroad.
The kitten is adopted as a pet without breeding rights and sterilized by the breeder before the adoption. Declawing of the kitten is forbidden.
The kitten is ready to leave in his new family at the age of 4 - 4.5 months after the neutering. Before this age the change of the environment can cause stress in the kitten. His parents, brothers and sisters will miss him very much.
The neutering of males is not a problem and they are ready to leave in 3-4 days. Females need to stay under our observation at least 2 weeks to reduce the risk of complications.
Our purebred kittens leave with the vaccination card, adoption contract, one year (from date of birth) guarantee against congenital and hereditary diseases, starter kit (dry and canned food, toys, blanket, warm clothes – the hand knitted sweater, etc.).
We are always ready to answer any questions after adoption.
Our cats dressed in hand knitted sweaters from the departure kit (clickable images)