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Read About Bobcat Breeders


- Facts

  1. Professional Affiliations:

    There is not a parent club for this cat breed.
  2. Why Use a Breeder:

    A good breeder will always take the responsibility to produce healthy and good tempered cats. They always make sure you get the right kitten that suits your habits and lifestyle.
  3. How to Find:

    You can search on the Internet or enquire of a vet to find a good breeder. If you are directed to a breeder, research their background so that you can ensure a standard of care that you would expect.
  4. What to Expect:

    All responsible breeders want to make sure that the cat is going to get a new home and master. They will enquire about your house, your children, other pets and the way you are going to look after your pet.
  5. Breeder's Surroundings:

    Make sure the cattery is clean and well ventilated. The cats in the cattery should be free from diseases and eye discharge. The cats should be well fed and healthy.

 - Newborn Facts

  1. Average Number of Newborns Delivered at Birth:

    Their litter size is around 1-4 and their average litter size is 3.
  2. Age To Be Sold:

    Generally kittens at least 13 weeks old are fit for sale.
  3. What to Look For in a Newborn:

    The kitten should not have runny nose and eyes. The kittens should be active and should have a social attitude.
  4. Registry:

    Don't expect any certificates as these cats are not recognized by any organization. Instead make sure it's legal to acquire a wild cat in your locality.
  5. AKC Recognized Characteristics:

    CFA does not recognize this breed.
  6. Expense to Purchase Newborn:

    These cats are very expensive and can cost more than $1000.
  7. Dam and Sire Information of your Newborn:

    Check and make sure the kitten's parents are healthy and are free from diseases.

 - Breeder Concerns

  1. Breeder Reputation:

    The breeder should be reputed in breeding exotic cats. Try to get references from the breeder if needed.
  2. Pet Health:

    Bobcats are prone to rabies, feline distemper and feline leukemia. They also carry parasites such as tapeworms and roundworms.
  3. Assurances:

    Get a signed invoice when you purchase a kitten and also try to get a guarantee from the breeder. Ask the breeder for a certificate from a vet that the kitten is healthy.