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Its great she isn't stressed now.
Take her cue once kittens do arrive - leaving mum to bond with her babies, not weighing them multiple times a...
I would just refund and be done with it, be thankful she turned to you rather than on selling where you'd have no idea where he ends up.
Great news :)
Unless, as in this situation, they escape in heat?
Cats can come into call from 3-4 months old which is why cats should be early neutered, before...
Unless the breeder/owner doesn't want her shown, or she's been shown and doesn't care for it.
OP needs to have that discussion with the breeder...
Are you looking at a registered breeder, byb or rescue?
Good breeders and rescues don't usually demand a decision right on the spot.
How is your plan to get them all neutered coming along?
Nice to see someone asking advice immediately after escape, rather than waiting until a pregnant cat is nearly due.
Sometimes you have to travel further, many breeders travel 2-5 hours here for the breeding specialist clinics. Could probably be half way across...
Could be Entropion, ask the breeder if his parents & grandparents were clear of that
Doesn't matter if they're pets, show neuter or breeding cats, all should be registered.
It's a small expense.
There's no reason for kittens not to be registered could be the parents aren't meant to be bred from.
Walk away and find a breeder doing things...
As you're asking if he looks full Ragdoll in the poll, is he from a registered breeder?
Both parents should be registered, along with the kittens...
Congratulations, cute little lad
We get a lot of videos or sleeping kitten pics of our babies in their new homes :Woot
I would expect the breeder to know the colours, you shouldn't have to be asking others.
Colours often aren't quite correct in photos, better...
You would need to know if the mother carries sepia. Without knowing who's carrying what only possibilities can be given.
Bi-colour is a pattern, not colour.
If the male carries chocolate the kitten can be chocolate, otherwise seal.
What colours do the parents carry?
Breeding cats isn't quite the same as specialists in human medicine.
As far as I'm aware the UK has a distinct lack of breeding specialist...
Is this one of the TICA registered cats you just got? If so surely the breeder should be giving you a due date and advice.