The new owner will give the kitten satisfying space to live. Outside the kitten will always be in a restricted area or leashed. The owner shall take good care of the fur, provide regularly fresh drinking water and good food. The owner will also let a veterinarian do the annual checks and vaccinations. Finally the owner will be home often to give the kitten the attention and love a Maine Coon needs.
The breeder is not responsible for any diseases of the kitten when the owner did not deflowed, dewormed of annual vaccinated the kitten.
When a congenital abnormality occurs within the first year of life, the breeder will provide another kitten of the same quality if or when this one is available. Veterinarian costs are for the owner.
The breeder reserves the right to have done a second opinion by her own veterinarian, at costs for the breeder.
3. House cats
The owner will have the house cat sterilized before the 10th month of live.
4. Breeding cats
A stud may cover outside his family for a maximum of three covers a quater. More covers outdoors will be too stressful for the stud.
A female is only allowed to have a litter after she is 1,5 years old. Per litter only two cats may be sold or kept as breeding cats. The rest shall be house cats.
When the kitten for any reason needs to go to another owner, the breeder has the first right of repurchase. The repurchase price for a house cat of 3 to 6 months is half of the purchase amount; 6 to 12 months a third; older than one year a fifth. The repurchase price of a breeding cat of 3 to 12 months is half of the purchase amount; older than one year a third. It is possible to discuss this.
With reposition other than the breeder, the breeder will be notified of the (address) data of the new owner.
The kitten will under no circumstanced be brought at an animal shelter.