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Sell only a healthy cat or kitten to you and give an assurance of current good health. A responsible breeder will provide you with documentation of the cat or kitten’s medical history, including vaccine records and any medicines previously prescribed for a treated illness. While no breeder can guarantee the future health and life span of a cat or kitten, a responsible breeder will document what will happen should the cat or kitten become ill. You may also be provided with contact information for the breeder’s veterinarian should you and your veterinarian have any questions. Sell a kitten or cat with a contract that everyone understands. It will clearly spell out for you the breeder’s obligations and your rights and obligations in a fair manner that respects and protects all the parties signing it. It will include a spay/neuter agreement clause if the cat or kitten is intact when sold, in order to preserve the health and well-being of the individual cat or kitten — and the Devon Rex breed. Sell and place a kitten with you that is at least 14 — 16 weeks of age. Devon Rex kittens will have had sufficient time with its mother and litter-mates to be well socialized and old enough to have been fully vaccinated against Calici, Panleukopenia, and Rhinotracheitis Virus. A responsible breeder will never take a deposit on an unborn kitten nor risk breaking your heart by permitting you to reserve a kitten too young to have a reasonable certainty of survival (i.e., before the age of six weeks).
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