My nephew bought a pedigree kitten and signed an agreement with the Breeder to the effect that it won't be bred with ( proof needed of neutering before 8 months old). £2000 penalty if it produces kittens.£2000 penalty if not neutered by 8 months. Under no circumstances can the cat ever be sold or given away. The Breeder will accept it back at any time if the buyer can no longer keep it but no refund will be given. If the buyer wants to change the cats diet the Breeder must be contacted beforehand. Due to personal circumstances he became unable to keep the kitten and asked the Breeder to take it back. The Breeder said they couldn't take it ! He had no choice but to let someone else have the kitten. Surely the Agreement is now null and void as the Breeder has broken their part of it ? That's if it was ever legal in the first place. He has been told a breeders agreement isn't worth the paper it's written on and that once he paid for the kitten the Breeder could only offer to take it back, not insist. Who is right ?