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Adopting a Persian Kitten - e-book/e-paper

Adopting a Persian Kitten - e-book/e-paper

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Considering adopting or buying a Persian kitten? This e-book will teach you what to expect, providing detailed information on both the Persian cat breed and the adoption and/or buying process, to include:

  • buying kittens in pairs vs introducing one to an older cat
  • where to find the right Persian kitten
  • How early you should start showing

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Getting a new Kitten

Making decisions for what to buy is an easy choice with this inexpensive e-book/e-paper! Adopting a Persian Kitten: What to Look For. Wondering about the Persian personality and what to expect? Wanting to know if a male or a female would be best? Needing to decide whether to buy a kitten for breeding, showing, or as a pet? Want to understand the difference? This article will answer all your questions and more! 10 pages

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little book- ok information Review by Viviane
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If you are comfortable with your vet, ask for adcive. But remember, insurance companies are not in the business of losing money. So you need to ask a lot of questions. What exactly is covered, and any deductibles? Is the payment based on the bill, or a flat rate? Can I use any vet? Are there limits or exclusions? Plans vary greatly. Once you find a plan you think you might like, do some on-line searching. People that are both happy and unhappy with a company probably have a site already.Many plans cover your cat only if you start when you have a tiny kitten. Then, they may drop the cat when the cat reaches 10 years of age. Gosh, that is often when there is a possibility of expensive bills. Yes, they will always put for the specter of serious illnesses. And those can be costly. But those can also be rare, and payments may be capped well below the cost of treatment.My oldest cat is now over 14 1/2. She gets her routine check ups, and often those are not covered. But they may, depending on the plan. She has had two expensive dental problems in all those years, but the cost of those are still far less then the cost of insurance coverage.Most people are well advised to put aside an amount monthly comparable to insurance payments, and they will find themselves coming out far ahead.But, if you feel you cannot do that, or fear your cat may come down with a problem that you simply cannot have the money to pay for, insurance can give some peace of mind. Adopting a persian should tell people more about the vet I think and insurance. Neither are really mentioned. (Posted on 6/22/2012)

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