New litters of kittens that are available for sale
Page 2.- New litters for sale
A Few Members of our cat family
About the cats!!
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Adopted kitty pictures
Prairie Home Cattery

We will address some questions that are frequently asked by prospective
kitten and cat owners.

Q.  At what age do you let your kittens go to new homes?
A.  The kittens are allowed to go to their new homes around the ages of
11-12 weeks old. 
Q.  Why do you wait until the kittens are 11-12 weeks old?
A.  The kittens are not ready to go to a new home until they have had
their kitten shots and are weaned from their mothers.  They are usually weaned at the age of 8 weeks and receive their last shot at the age of 11 weeks.
Q. If we wanted to ship a kitten to where we live, can it go at the age of
11-12 weeks? 
A. No.  We prefer to wait to ship the kitten when it reaches the age of 14 to 16 weeks.  The kittens seem to do so much better travelling when they are older.
Q.  Where can you ship kittens?
A.  We can ship kittens in the lower 48 states.  We do not ship to foreign
Q. Do you name the kitten before you sell it?
A. No we do not.  That is your choice of name when you adopt the kitten.