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Kitten packs... for moggies?

Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by Anwen, Jul 23, 2009.


  1. Anwen

    Anwen PetForums Junior

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    Have found some lovely prospective homes for my baybees, I'm planning a little kitten pack for them to go with, but was wondering how many other moggy owners do/will do this?

    I used to think it was more of a pedigree thing (although I sent the last lot off with scented blankets and owners had a list of the things the kitten was used to weeks before they got the kitten), but now I think it should be standard :D I wish my kitty had come with one, her owner couldn't get rid of her fast enough. :mad:
     
  2. FREE SPIRIT

    FREE SPIRIT PetForums VIP

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    That's a lovely idea...wish someone had given me a kitten pack when i got mine. :D
     
  3. mypets

    mypets PetForums Senior

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    yes iv just started doing this...

    food and water bowl
    litter tray, (pink or blue depending on sex of course)
    poop scoop
    litter tray liners
    Toys
    bag of catnip
    box of kitten biscuits

    Letter informing date and time of birth
    detail note of feeding times etc
    Advice leaflets
    contact details of me...
     
  4. kateaitken07

    kateaitken07 PetForums Junior

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    My last lot went for free so I didnt give kitten packs. I did give detailed leaflets with Name, DOB, feeding times etc and my contact details.

    Im planning to use my Bella as a queen when she is old enough and I will def be doing kittens packs. I intend to include:

    *Food/water bowls
    *Kitten litter tray
    *bag of litter that the kitty is used to
    *Food (wet and dry, just enough for then to wean onto whatever they want to feed)
    *one or two toys
    *comfort blanket
    *Poop scoop
     
  5. Taylorbaby

    Taylorbaby PetForums VIP

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    You can also get free pet plan insurance, just costs you a phone call :)
     
  6. Anwen

    Anwen PetForums Junior

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    Free?! sounds interesting, how would I go about that, can't find anything about it on the website... :confused:
    x
     
  7. Rachh

    Rachh PetForums Senior

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    oooh i wish id of got one with McGee luckily the lady who gave him to me works with me so i know his DOB and stuff ;)
     
  8. Taylorbaby

    Taylorbaby PetForums VIP

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    Petplan - Breeder website

    I give it out aswell you dont have to have a pedigree it can be crosses & mogs to
     
  9. Anwen

    Anwen PetForums Junior

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    Is Bella a moggy? Have you bred a mog before? I'd never considered it, but when I put an ad up for Pixie's littleuns I was amazed as they went like hotcakes! :D
    I know that a lot of people think breeding moggies is irresponsible, but if the demand is there and if they are well cared for and get good homes, then I don't see how it is any different to breeding pedigrees?
    Anyone have any experience of/opinions on the subject?
    Oh and thanks for that Taylorbaby! Very useful =)
     
  10. ellie8024

    ellie8024 PetForums VIP

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    i personally dont think that everyone that breeds moggies are irresponsible its just the way that a lot of people go about it that i disagree with. if your cat has had all her blood tests etc and is clear and so is the tom also not letting the cat have more than 1 litter a year then putting in the time and effort to find good loving homes for the little ones, that type of breeding i am ok with but the people that allow their cats out to mate with whatever is out there and putting their girl and their kittens at risk then letting them out as soon as they stsart calling again just so they can make a few quid that is what i think is irrisponsible
     
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