Persian/Himalayans - Prices & Shipping Information

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      Breeder/show prices: Please email for more information.  You will receive a Full CFA registration application that includes breeding rights.
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      Pet prices $600-$1200.  
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      We will reserve a kitten with a $50 deposit unless we specify differently..
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      We reserve the right to keep any kitten in any litter for ourselves. We reserve the right to refuse a sale on any kitten  at any time for any reason with no explanation required.
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      Shipping price is based on which courier/kitty nanny we can get that goes into your location. We do  not ship with Cargo any longer as it is too stressful for a kitten! Prices does vary which courier that's available within USA/Canada. Over-Sea shipping may be available to certain countries.
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      Shots and worming will be up to date, kittens will have veterinarian health certificate, health guarantee & caring information.
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      We accept payment by Credit Card through Paypal with (4% fee added to the total price - on the available page, you will see a Paypal button that will include the price of specific kitten and paypal fees(included in price) under each kitten.) We do not accept the BALANCE through paypal. It must be paid through Postal Money Order only or CASH at pick-up.
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      We accept payment by Check but it must be cleared by our bank before kitty is picked up or shipped.
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      Refunds: Once you have paid an deposit on a specific kitten, the deposit is NON-refundable. If you are not able to get that kitten at the time, deposit you have paid can go toward the purchase price of a kitten from our next litter. No cash refunds are given whatsoever!
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     Veterinary & Shipping expenses:  Under no circumstances will we ever be responsible or pay for any veterinary/shipping expenses that you incur for a kitten that you receive from us. 
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We recommend that you have your kitten spayed or neutered around the age of 5 months IF he/she is not spayed/neutered already.  Both males and females may start to mark their territory as early as that.  (Yes, female cats can spray as well).  Some people think that their kitten is not using the litter box, or has quit using the litter box when they find a wet spot somewhere else, when indeed the kitten is using the litter box, but it may also be spraying, or marking it's territory in another corner of the house.  Unless you intend to raise kittens, there is no reason not to spay or neuter your cats especially if you don't want them to spray/mark their territory in your home.