Our kittens are raised by us affectionately and at the earlies 12-15 weeks, dewormed several times, tested for leucosis, vaccinated against cat epidemics/fever and leucosis, chipped and delivered with pedigree (FIFE /1. DEKZV e. V.) and handover contract. They are well socialized at the time of handover, used to everyday noises and other cats.
Because Chartreux are very social animals, they are only given to two or as a second cat.
In case of pure residential keeping a secured balcony/terrace should be available.
We also deliver our Chartreux with free run, but only to rural and safe areas (the place is controlled).
A request on our own behalf!
Our kittens are no bargains from the rummage table - they are friends for life! A pedigree cat has its price, but in return you will get a very special pedigree kitten, which has been shaped with a lot of love for humans and which gets an optimal start into a long cat life from its breeder with a lot of time, work and costs. Breeding cats is a very expensive hobby. A serious breeder is a member of a cat breeding association and willingly opens his purse for club fees, pedigrees, vaccinations, general veterinary visits, preventive medical checkups, health certificates, food, cat litter, toys, scratching posts, cat accessories, photos, show visits, advertisements in newspapers and magazines, telephone and internet costs and much more. Please have understanding for the costs, which a serious breeding brings with itself. Time, work, lifeblood, shredded socks, massacred houseplants, rustic scratches in the furniture, shredded milk or rice packages, hidden car keys and vacations that are burst because of pregnant queens are not counted at all...If you only look at the price with animals, you support mass breeders and in the long run only the misery of the animals there.
If it does not have to be a pedigree cat, then take a look around in a serious managed animal shelter, there are always fur-noses waiting for a nice home.