I had not considered selling my kittens...but after seeing how special they are, I want to look into it.
The mother cat is a "tortoiseshell" about 15 months old. I have three kittens left. They are 10 weeks old, but still adorable and cute.
One is a Calico...a female. I am not sure of the "official" name for the others. One is a male, who is grey with stripes and a beautiful face. The other male is yellow and white...also beautiful.
What should I look out for when trying to sell them. Do they need to be registered or licensed? I am in Ventura County, California. Should I get them their shots AND get them spayed or neutered...or not?
How much should I ask? I am willing to be very reasonable if I can do this quickly.
kittens esp. in this area are a dime a dozen. Yes the shoul have their first shots. They are probably a bit to young to be altered. I think a small fee of $15-25 is good for a young kitten. I feel they should never be given away for free as snake owners could consider them food.
I am not a big cat person, as I am very allergic. I am sure they are very special, and adorable babies