The first days

Avoid letting him go right away into the living room, while your children and the dog are there! Even well socialized, he could keep some grudge against you for that !  In order to allow him to take his marks and develop an affectionate relationship with you, install him in a quiet room, not too big. A bedroom should be perfect. This transitional period between his former and his new home lasts a maximum of one week, during which you will have opened  doors, when you are there, for him to explore his new territory.

These incursions will give him the opportunity to meet the other inhabitants of the house: dog, other cat (s), to whom he will be gradually introduced. Avoid brutal confrontations and prefer quiet moments.

What does he need ?

The purebred cat, born and raised in a house, is perfectly adapted to this environment. His specific needs are therefore not too many.

The litterbox, container and contents

Choose a box with a lid and at least at the begining, use the same litter as the breeder. If it does not suit you, change it gradually once the kitten is installed in your home.

One bowl for water another one for food

They are preferably made out of porcelain, sandstone or metal, more hygienic than plastic. They are separate (no two-in-one where food swims regularly in the water) and need to be cleaned every day.

Attention please !  In the same way that you wouldn’t  like to have dinner in your toilets, the cat is reluctant to have food close to his litter box. Make sure to have it at least 1.5 meters away from his food and water bowls - ideally putting them them in separate rooms-.

The scraper and the cat tree

Claw sharpening is a vital act for a cat. It allows him both to rid his nails of worn gangues as well as to mark his territory. By observing your kitten, you will see where he likes to sharpen his claws,  and you should offer him a sisal scraper to place on that very spot. Cat trees are also popular because they allow the cat to sharpen claws and to enjoy the view from a high point at the same time.

For a long and happy life

The cat is not a very demanding animal. The purebred cat is perfectly accustomed to live in the near intimacy of man and can stay alone during the day, without suffering from it.

For your cat to be happy and live long, just follow a few rules:

Indoors and sterilized: protected!

If the average life of a cat is a dozen years, it may be dramatically shortened to 3 or 4 years on an average when the cat has access to outdoors. Cars, thefts, fights, diseases, the list is long of the dangers that await cats on the street or in gardens, whether they are purebreds or not.

It is inside his home that the cat is safest and best protected. A cat accustomed to living indoors does not suffer and feels no need to go out, regardless of race, activity or size. The problems only occur with cats who are used to going out and who one day find themselves locked in. In any case, your breed cat has been selected by your breeder for his safe behavior for himself, and for your peace of mind.

Sterilization is advisable for a good coexistence. Unless you want  your cat to have offspring, there is no reason, medical or psychological, not to do it. Inappropriate and noisy love seasons, urinary markings, are some of the inconveniences that you will avoid by carrying out sterilization.


All our kittens are vaccinated against rabies and other viruses, parasites- free and have a veterinary certificate.

Participation to Cats Show

Our cattery takes part in cats show and our cats receive high titles.

Toys and games for kittens

Our kittens grow up among people, we play a lot with kittens so that they grew grow up as sociable cats with an excellent temper.

Our cats

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