Sales & Health Agreement
Cat / Kitten Sales Agreement & Health Guarantee
Seller: TMZ Kittenz N Katz, Tamira Nickerson
~Effective and binding as of the date of the last signature to appear below~
Seller agrees to sell and buyer agrees to buy the cat/kitten described below pursuant to all of the following terms and conditions:
Description of animal:
(The holding fee is a non-refundable amount placed to hold a certain kitten for the buyer. The holding fee is non-refundable but is transferable to any available kitten. Our goal is to place a kitten with his new family in a timely manner so that they may begin bonding. A change of mind may jeopardize the opportunity for said kitten to be placed at a desirable age. The holding fee is applied reducing the total price of the kitten.)
The buyer will pay holding fee or the full amount upon selection of desired kitten. This does not include any of the shipping or delivery costs.
Payments must be made in full before the cat/kitten will leave our premises. The Buyer becomes owner of the cat/kitten Upon Seller Receiving “Payment in Full” and the buyer can take possession of the cat/kitten per his arrangements or we can arrange shipping or delivery for additional charges.
Cat/Kitten will come with an airline approved carrier of suitable size and a sample of food.
Buyer agreement- if purchased without breeding rights - buyer agrees to spay or neuter cat/kitten before the cat/kitten is 12 months of age.
Pedigree from TICA will be sent in the mail directly from TICA.
The cat/kitten will arrive healthy with a veterinarians record of vaccinations and deworming and health certificate when necessary.
If within 1 year of purchase date a licensed veterinarian certifies that the cat/kitten is unfit due to a congenial malformation which adversely affects the animal, the Buyer agrees to provide the Seller with documentation from a licensed veterinarian and allow the seller the opportunity to provide a replacement cat/kitten or a refund of the price of the cat/kitten less the holding fee.
If your cat/kitten becomes ill, please contact us immediately, before you take cat/kitten to the vet. Please be careful using emergency vet hospitals as they are revenue driven and usually unnecessary. Sometimes we can provide simple at home remedies. If you panic and take your cat to the emergency hospital you may have to assume all cost depending on the diagnosis.
Any expenses for health care within 15 days of receipt of cat/kitten will be paid by seller at the discretion of the seller upon prior approval through email or text message.
Health Guarantee becomes null and void for any of the following reasons:
If more than one veterinary procedure is performed at one time. Ex spay/neuter, rabies, vaccinations with boosters, de-clawing.
If ca/kitten is not kept indoors or allowed to roam freely outside.
6. The Buyer understands that the transition from seller will cause cat/kitten stress. Buyer agrees to give the cat/kitten ample time to adjust to new environment realizing that it takes different animals different times to adjust.
7 Buyer agrees that the cat/kitten will not be surrendered to a shelter, sold and/or given to pet shop or be neglected or abused in any manner. If any buyer does not adhere to terms of this contract seller has the right to retrieve cat/kitten without providing a refund.
BRITISH SHORT/LONG HAIR
The British Shorthair is a study in roundness. He has a large round head, round eyes and rounded paws. Even his tail has a rounded tip. He was once known as the British Blue because he came only in that color, but these days his short, plush coat comes in many different colors and patterns. There is also a longhaired variety, called the British Longhair. Except for his coat, the British Longhair is the same as the British Shorthair.
A British Shorthair is a dignified, intelligent and affectionate companion. He’s not generally a lapcat, but he will want to be at your side on the sofa or at least nearby. Females tend to have a serious demeanor, while males are more happy-go-lucky. These laidback cats can get along well with dogs and are calm around children, but they don’t enjoy being hauled around. Teach children to treat them with respect and pet play with them on the floor.
The British Shorthair is big, but he shouldn’t be fat. Watch his food intake to make sure he doesn’t become obese. Encourage him to chase fishing-pole toys or peacock feathers for exercise.
Brush or comb the British Shorthair’s coat two or three times a week to keep loose hair at a minimum. You’ll need to brush him more often in the spring when he sheds his winter coat. Trim the nails as needed and keep his ears clean.
The British Shorthair is well suited to any home with people who will love him. Keep him indoors to protect him from cars, diseases spread by other cats and attacks from other animals.
The Cheshire Cat was undoubtedly a British Shorthair. These smiling cats enjoy attention, are normally quiet, but occasionally have bursts of crazed activity before changing back into your affectionate, dignified friend. They get along with children and cat-friendly dogs.
British Shorthairs are calm and undemanding. Males are big, easy lugs with a happy-go-lucky nature but a natural air of command. Females are more serious. Both want only to be with their people, not necessarily in a lap or being carried around, but next to them or in the same room with them. One thing Most Brits are not, however, is lap cats. They’d much rather sit beside you, or curl up at your feet, than cuddle on your lap. British Shorthairs dislike being picked up, and tolerate it with legs stiffly stretched out to push you away. They detest being kissed, too, but head presses are acceptable, and they accept petting with great enthusiasm and mighty purrs of appreciation. If you’re not home, they are satisfied to entertain themselves until you return.This is not a very active cat. You won’t find him on top of the refrigerator but instead solidly on the floor. He is smart and will enjoy having toys to play with, especially if they are interactive.
He might be laidback, but the British Shorthair is smart. Challenge his brain and keep him interested in life by teaching him tricks and providing him with puzzle toys that will reward him with treats when he learns how to manipulate them.
Always choose a kitten from a breeder who raises litters in the home and handles them from an early age. Be sure to ask about the parents to ensure that they have nice temperaments.