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Links and Social Media Nutrition Links What you feed your kitten, just like in humans, is an important part of their overall health. Ultimately, this is your decision. However, these articles provide good research on what a balanced nutrition should be. We encourage you to read as much as you can on the subject as you are deciding what to feed your kitten. Always transition slowly into new foods. http://Informatica/ http://www.catnutrition.org/ http://www.catnutrition.org/foodmaking.html Breed Standard Information Purr Kitty cattery breeds to standard. We do not breed doll-faced, teacup, or any other non-recognized variation of a Persian. We breed for temperament and follow the Cat Fancy Association standard for Persians. All our kittens are pure bred pedigree cats. To be better informed of what a Persian should look like and what is a pure bred Persian, please read the following link. Link to the Cat Fancy Association standard for Persians: http://www.cfa.org/Breeds/BreedsKthruR/Persian.aspx When Kittens Should Go Home Persians are a slow maturing breed so we do not let our kittens leave our home until they are at the very least 14 weeks of age but more commonly between 16 and 20 weeks of age. Responsible breeders would not allow kittens to leave their moms until they are at least 12 weeks old. All our pet kittens are neutered prior to leaving to their new home. So, in addition to waiting the required 16 weeks for the surgery, we also monitor them for the next 2 weeks prior to delivery. Please read: http://www.breedlist.com/faq/young.html Purr Kitty's YouTube Videos Watch all of our YouTube videos. Follow our YouTube Channel : http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCngmZlIYpdQ9dODLnwtiPQ Other Links Where We Have Membership Purr Kitty
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Links and Social Media Nutrition Links What you feed your kitten, just like in humans, is an important part of their overall health. Ultimately, this is your decision. However, these articles provide good research on what a balanced nutrition should be. We encourage you to read as much as you can on the subject as you are deciding what to feed your kitten. Always transition slowly into new foods. http://Informatica/ http://www.catnutrition.org/ http://www.catnutrition.org/foodmaking.html Breed Standard Information Purr Kitty cattery breeds to standard. We do not breed doll-faced, teacup, or any other non-recognized variation of a Persian. We breed for temperament and follow the Cat Fancy Association standard for Persians. All our kittens are pure bred pedigree cats. To be better informed of what a Persian should look like and what is a pure bred Persian, please read the following link. Link to the Cat Fancy Association standard for Persians: http://www.cfa.org/Breeds/BreedsKthruR/Persian.aspx When Kittens Should Go Home Persians are a slow maturing breed so we do not let our kittens leave our home until they are at the very least 14 weeks of age but more commonly between 16 and 20 weeks of age. Responsible breeders would not allow kittens to leave their moms until they are at least 12 weeks old. All our pet kittens are neutered prior to leaving to their new home. So, in addition to waiting the required 16 weeks for the surgery, we also monitor them for the next 2 weeks prior to delivery. Please read: http://www.breedlist.com/faq/young.html Purr Kitty's YouTube Videos Watch all of our YouTube videos. Follow our YouTube Channel : http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCngmZlIYpdQ9dODLnwtiPQ Other Links Where We Have Membership
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Links and Social Media Nutrition Links What you feed your kitten, just like in humans, is an important part of their overall health. Ultimately, this is your decision. However, these articles provide good research on what a balanced nutrition should be. We encourage you to read as much as you can on the subject as you are deciding what to feed your kitten. Always transition slowly into new foods. http://Informatica/ http://www.catnutrition.org/ http://www.catnutrition.org/foodmaking.html Breed Standard Information Purr Kitty cattery breeds to standard. We do not breed doll-faced, teacup, or any other non-recognized variation of a Persian. We breed for temperament and follow the Cat Fancy Association standard for Persians. All our kittens are pure bred pedigree cats. To be better informed of what a Persian should look like and what is a pure bred Persian, please read the following link. Link to the Cat Fancy Association standard for Persians: http://www.cfa.org/Breeds/BreedsKthruR/Persian.aspx When Kittens Should Go Home Persians are a slow maturing breed so we do not let our kittens leave our home until they are at the very least 14 weeks of age but more commonly between 16 and 20 weeks of age. Responsible breeders would not allow kittens to leave their moms until they are at least 12 weeks old. All our pet kittens are neutered prior to leaving to their new home. So, in addition to waiting the required 16 weeks for the surgery, we also monitor them for the next 2 weeks prior to delivery. Please read: http://www.breedlist.com/faq/young.html Purr Kitty's YouTube Videos

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Links and Social Media Nutrition Links What you feed your kitten, just like in humans, is an important part of their overall health. Ultimately, this is your decision. However, these articles provide good research on what a balanced nutrition should be. We encourage you to read as much as you can on the subject as you are deciding what to feed your kitten. Always transition slowly into new foods. http://Informatica/ http://www.catnutrition.org/ http://www.catnutrition.org/foodmaking.html Breed Standard Information Purr Kitty cattery breeds to standard. We do not breed doll-faced, teacup, or any other non-recognized variation of a Persian. We breed for temperament and follow the Cat Fancy Association standard for Persians. All our kittens are pure bred pedigree cats. To be better informed of what a Persian should look like and what is a pure bred Persian, please read the following link. Link to the Cat Fancy Association standard for Persians: http://www.cfa.org/Breeds/BreedsKthruR/Persian.aspx When Kittens Should Go Home Persians are a slow maturing breed so we do not let our kittens leave our home until they are at the very least 14 weeks of age but more commonly between 16 and 20 weeks of age. Responsible breeders would not allow kittens to leave their moms until they are at least 12 weeks old. All our pet kittens are neutered prior to leaving to their new home. So, in addition to waiting the required 16 weeks for the surgery, we also monitor them for the next 2 weeks prior to delivery. Please read: http://www.breedlist.com/faq/young.html Purr Kitty's YouTube Videos Watch all of our YouTube videos. Follow our YouTube Channel : http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCngmZlIYpdQ9dODLnwtiPQ Other Links Where We Have Membership
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Links and Social Media Nutrition Links What you feed your kitten, just like in humans, is an important part of their overall health. Ultimately, this is your decision. However, these articles provide good research on what a balanced nutrition should be. We encourage you to read as much as you can on the subject as you are deciding what to feed your kitten. Always transition slowly into new foods. http://Informatica/ http://www.catnutrition.org/ http://www.catnutrition.org/foodmaking.html Breed Standard Information Purr Kitty cattery breeds to standard. We do not breed doll-faced, teacup, or any other non-recognized variation of a Persian. We breed for temperament and follow the Cat Fancy Association standard for Persians. All our kittens are pure bred pedigree cats. To be better informed of what a Persian should look like and what is a pure bred Persian, please read the following link. Link to the Cat Fancy Association standard for Persians: http://www.cfa.org/Breeds/BreedsKthruR/Persian.aspx When Kittens Should Go Home Persians are a slow maturing breed so we do not let our kittens leave our home until they are at the very least 14 weeks of age but more commonly between 16 and 20 weeks of age. Responsible breeders would not allow kittens to leave their moms until they are at least 12 weeks old. All our pet kittens are neutered prior to leaving to their new home. So, in addition to waiting the required 16 weeks for the surgery, we also monitor them for the next 2 weeks prior to delivery. Please read: http://www.breedlist.com/faq/young.html Purr Kitty's YouTube Videos Watch all of our YouTube videos. Follow our YouTube Channel : http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCngmZlIYpdQ9dODLnwtiPQ Other Links Where We Have Membership