Kittens can be reserved with a refundable* deposit of $300 payable through PayPal or personal check
*Refund of deposit given at cattery owner's discretion. If kitten is not picked up when ready, deposit will only be refunded after kitten is resold. If kitten can not be resold at original price, refunded deposit will be adjusted accordingly.
MOCHA BLAST BURMESE CATTERY
Whereas MOCHA BLAST BURMESE CATTERY (Wendy Bennett hereinafter called “Seller” is the owner of CFA Registered Burmese cat/kitten sold as following:
Name of cat/kitten:
Date of Birth:
CFA Registration Number:
Color and Sex:
Date of Sale:
And whereas _, hereinafter called “Buyer” is/are purchasing the cat/kitten described above. The seller does hereby convey to buyer ownership of the above described cat/kitten under the guarantees and conditions set forth above and below and with no other guarantees or conditions:
Buyer accepts responsibility for caring for this animal and agrees to provide excellent medical care if needed.
Buyer’s signature indicates he/she has reviewed and discussed this contract with Seller prior to taking possession of cat/kitten and is in full agreement and approval of the above terms and conditions.
Buyer’s Signature____________________________ Seller’s Signature___________
As the breeder of the cat/kitten you now have before you, I have given said cat/kitten the following series of vaccinations and parasite treatments, following all proper chilling and handling conditions of vaccinations.
1st given ___________________ 2nd given ___________________
Serial number ______________ Serial number _______________
Exp. Date __________________ Exp. Date ___________________
The above cat/kitten’s parents have tested FeLV negative.
Mocha Blast Burmese Cattery is FeLV, FIV and parasite free.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at the above number.
Mocha Blast Burmese Cattery
Traditional Burmese Exclusively
Recommended Foods and other tidbits of information
Taste of the Wild Crystal litter
Royal Canin Wood Pellet litter
Wellness Sisal scratching posts
California Natural Yesterday's News litter
Natural Balance Feline Pine litter
We recommend having a high quality dry kitten food available at all times along with fresh water. Once kitten is close to one year adult foods may be offered. Wet foods may be given occasionally or by the recommendation of your vet.
We don’t recommend clumping clay litters until kitten is well over 6 months old as the potential for ingestion is great and the consequences dire. The dust in clay litters can dull the coat. Also, the use of litter box deodorizers is highly discouraged as we have seen allergic reactions to it as well as litter box avoidance. Here at the cattery, we use wood pellets for wood burning stoves. You can find these at Lowes or Home Depot.
We recommend at least one covered litter box per cat in the household, located in a quiet, somewhat private but easily accessible area.
Upon arrival to your home, your new kitten or cat may be nervous and out of sorts. It’s best to keep the kitten in one small room until it becomes accustomed to the location of its food and litter box. As the kitten becomes more confident, you can gradually allow it more run of the house. If you notice any inappropriate toilet habits, clean up immediately with vinegar or a pet stain and odor cleaner.
We recommend placing at least one sisal scratching post in a convenient location for scratching. Scratching is the natural means of removing the outer sheath of the new claw growth and cats must scratch something, it may as well be a post and not your sofa. Carpeted posts are fine, but my Burms seem to prefer sisal. Trim your kitten's claws once a week with a small human fingernail clipper. It will keep the scratching to a minimum.
Have fun with your new kitten or cat! Let me know if you have any problems or questions!