Nursery

The kittens at Diamond Road will come registered with ANCATs, twice vaccinated, microchipped, vet checked and desexed by our vet. Our kittens can leave us from 12 weeks of age. Females may stay a little longer after being desexed to recover.

Our Kittens are $2500 and we require a deposit of $400 at the time of purchase, and the final amount is payable at 10 weeks old, before your kitten is desexed.

The $400 is NON-REFUNDABLE if you withdraw from the sale. We will refund your deposit should our cats not produce your desired colour or sex during the season (the 2020 season runs from 1st September 2020 to 30 March 2021.)

Our kittens are well handled and experienced with children, dogs and even horses. They are all individuals, with their own unique quirks and personality traits. Some are shy, some are bold, some are natural leaders in their litter and some are everyone's best friend...most go through phases of being all of these personalities. We pick our kittens up, cuddle them, and so they are used to being carried around and petted. Your kitten will benefit greatly from this love and attention being continued when he or she comes home.

Our kittens will be fed Royal Canin Mother and Babycat in dry and wet food. They will be litter trained, and treated for internal and external parasites with Revolution Plus. It is advisable to treat your kitten once more when it enters your home.

Many of our kittens are purchased by people who have purchased kittens previously from us. If you are looking for something special, please email us so you do not miss out as we have a waiting list. People often think they have many weeks to decide on a kitten, however usually the kittens are reserved soon after we post their photos. It is always best to know you are ready for a kitten before enquiring, as we do not enjoy having to disappoint people when their kitten has been reserved by someone else.

TIPS FOR WHEN YOUR KITTEN ARRIVES AT HOME

  • Designate a living space area where they can safely and comfortably settle in. It should be the same room as where you intend their litter tray to be. New houses can be daunting for young kittens, and they can easily get lost. It is important your kitten knows where it litter tray is, otherwise bad habits may be developed. It is important the kittens spends most of its first two or three days in this area, and comes out for supervised play time.
  • Kitten proof the area by removing any items that are potentially hazardous.
  • Provide a cosy sleeping area where they can rest after a busy day of travelling.
  • Place toys, water and food in the area, and leave the kitten for an hour or so to settle in.
  • It is important to remember that today will be the first day your kitten has been separated from their littermates, and all that is familiar to them, so don't be discouraged if they seem a little nervous or confused. Make sure you are in an enclosed, safe environment before opening the crate.