As mentioned in our contract, you will need to schedule a visit to your veterinarian within 10 days of acquiring your kitten. Please put a warm blanket and a comforter in the transport cage. Never take your cat/kitten without a cage in the car! Do not forget his health book since your veterinarian must have all the information necessary to prepare your pet’s file.
Regarding the rabies vaccine, we suggest that you follow the recommendations of your veterinarian. If you think your pet may be in contact with a carrier or an at-risk animal, consult your veterinarian for this purpose. Be aware that if you plan to leave Canada with your animal, you will need to have him vaccinated for rabies before your departure in order to be able to return with your animal to Canada.
It is common for cats/kittens to develop Rhinotracheitis after arriving in their new home. Stress decreases their immune system, so they are more at risk for different diseases. We recommend that you consult your veterinarian. Your doctor may recommend medication but be aware that it is important for the cat/kitten to be in a calm and reassuring environment, to eat and hydrate adequately in addition to having a good level of energy. Please contact us if in doubt and consult your veterinarian.