Leopardlanecats is Retiring,
Last litters have arrived, Most kittens will be ready for Christmas. $100 deposit holds your
Kitten. Health guarantee still applies.
Prices of kittens for pets can range from $1000-$1800
Each kitten is individually priced.
For a Pet Kitten deposit
Amber and Rambo's Litter born 7-29-2018
2 Boys and 2 Females
ONE KITTEN LEFT
Email or Call for more information
firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-598-3114
email@example.com or 484-557-2526
TROOPER-Male sheeted Marbled-AVAILABLE
PRU and Rambo's Litter born 10-14-18
4 MALE'S and 3 FEMALE'S
These kittens will be ready for Christmas
TINA-Female sheeted Marbled-AVAILABLE
The purpose of the deposit is to insure the Purchaser's intent to purchase the cat/kitten. It is non-refundable should the Purchaser, for any reason,
change his or her mind about purchasing the cat/kitten prior to the initial Veterinarian examination described in the sale contract. The said cat/
kitten is being held for the Purchaser and will not be sold to any other buyer, regardless. A breach of contract, either verbal, written or through neglect or avoidance to communicate, on Purchaser's part can jeopardize the chance of fording the said cat/kitten as quickly as possible. For this reason deposits are NON refundable, to ensure Purchaser's commitment to purchase said cat/kitten, pay the balance due as agreed and accept delivery at the time agreed. The purpose of the deposit also serves as a guarantee for the amount of the deposit.
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To ensure the health of your new kitten, it should be seen by a Veterinarian within 72 hours after acquisition. The stress of shipping, different foods and/or water along with being separated from littermates and mother can weaken a kitten's resistance. You want to watch for unusual signs i.e.; vomiting, diarrhea, fever, sneezing, runny nose, or skin lesions. Isolate your new cat/kitten from other household 4 legged members during the "stress period" as this will enable the new arrival to familiarize itself with the new surroundings without being threatened. This will also help in the prevention of the spread of disease. DO NOT give your cat/kitten milk. Gradually introduce your new cat/kitten to your other animals and expect that there might be some hissing and spitting for a few days before friendship. This is normal.
Lucy and Rambo's litter born 11-2-2018
2 Males and 2 Females