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Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by Lucy7820, May 26, 2020.
My advice would be not to pick him up. He presumably isn't registered as he can't be, which means the person selling him brought cats saying they wouldn't breed from them and then did so. I personally would not want to deal with that sort of person.
As above. If both parents are registered but kitten cannot be, it is certain that the parents are being bred from against the will and permission of their respective breeders and the person selling this kitten is also likely going against their contract.
Cats are petted out for a reason - you have no idea what faults or health problems these parents may have had to be put on the non-active register.
Walk away, and buy a BSH from a registered and responsible breeder.
Plenty of cats which are worth breeding are never the less registered inactive and sold as pets, males especially. However that doesn't mean the parents of this kitten are.