Info | SViNdoff

Important ❗

Our kittens leave their mother at the age of 4 months after completing the vaccination course. They are given to their new owner with a contract for sell and transfer. The kittens have pedigree, microchip and vet passport, which is warranty for good health and also HCM, PKdef, SMA - all n/n, FIV and FeLV negative tests of parents.
We require a 300 evro non-refundable deposit to reserve a kitten, the deposit is applied to the kitten's balance. Sign an agreement on the sale of a kitten. The prices for acquiring the kittens depend on their felinologic quality...
Our kittens leave their mother at the age of 4 months after completing the vaccination course. They are given to their new owner with a contract for sell and transfer. The kittens have pedigree, microchip and vet passport, which is warranty for good health and also HCM, PKdef, SMA - all n/n, FIV and FeLV negative tests of parents.
We require a 300 evro non-refundable deposit to reserve a kitten, the deposit is applied to the kitten's balance. Sign an agreement on the sale of a kitten. The prices for acquiring the kittens depend on their felinologic quality.

You will receive the following:
  1. a pedigreed - registered kitten
  2. an up to date vaccinated and dewormed healthy kitten
  3. sterilized (if sold as a pet)
  4. kitten with a loving temper
  5. a socialized kitten
  6. a kittens parents out of HCM, PKdef, SMA - all n/n, FIV and FeLV negative (you gate a scan of these tests too)
  7. microchipped kitten
  8. agreement

We want to note though, that we are very particular about our kittens and the way we raise them up, which cats we choose for our breeding program and everything we put into this work, it takes time, patience, responsibility and a lot of expenses. But the most important thing, is that it takes a lot of love. Our kittens and cats are our children and we treat them like that and we expect you to treat them like this as well. We request news and pictures from our kittens very often as well, so we hope you won't get annoyed by that :) Sale of our kittens in breeding and show (unsterilized) only in the registered nurseries. In pets kittens move to a new house after sterilization.
Continue reading...

General Cat Safety Tips 😺

1. Kitten proof your home by removing breakables and items that can harm a kitten.
2. Always put wand toys away in a secure cupboard or closet when not in use. If left unsupervised, the string on a wand toy can lead to strangulation and even death.
3. Keep garbage cans out of reach and secure. Bones, strings and other waste left in the garbage can cause intestinal blockages leading to huge vet bills and even death.
4. Many plants and flowers are toxic to cats...
1. Kitten proof your home by removing breakables and items that can harm a kitten.
2. Always put wand toys away in a secure cupboard or closet when not in use. If left unsupervised, the string on a wand toy can lead to strangulation and even death.
3. Keep garbage cans out of reach and secure. Bones, strings and other waste left in the garbage can cause intestinal blockages leading to huge vet bills and even death.
4. Many plants and flowers are toxic to cats. Lilies are particularly toxic and can be deadly if eaten. For more information on household and garden plants, consult one of the many websites available for a comprehensive list of plants with toxic effects for cats.
5. Plastic bags are dangerous for cats as they can lead to suffocation. Keep plastic grocery bags and the like safely stored and out of reach of your pets.
6. If your cat likes to play in paper bags, remove the handles to prevent accidental strangulation.
7. Keep toxic household products, including medications and pharmaceuticals, cleaning products, anti-freeze, and paint out of reach. Store these items properly and safely.
8. Venetian blinds and curtain cords can cause death by strangulation. Shorten these strings and place out of reach.
9. Tinsel and electrical cords also pose hazards. Keep these items out of reach of your pets. Be cautious when using reclining chairs. Cats often like to lay under the foot rest when extended. Take care when collapsing the foot rest, making sure no cats are beneath.
10. If your cat wears a collar, make sure it is a 'break-away' type. Break-away collars are designed to safely undo or “break away” if your cat should ever get caught or snagged on something.
11. Remember: any cat on a leash and harness requires supervision 100% of the time.
Continue reading...

Privacy Policy 🔒

www.svindoff.com website administration is obliged to maintain your privacy on the Internet. We pay great attention to securing the data you provided to us. Our privacy policy is based on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union. The purposes, for which we collect your personal data are: improvement of our service, communication with visitors to this site, providing services associated with the website’s specialization, , and for other actions listed below. Personal data storage and processing We collect and process your personal data only with your willing...
www.svindoff.com website administration is obliged to maintain your privacy on the Internet. We pay great attention to securing the data you provided to us. Our privacy policy is based on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union. The purposes, for which we collect your personal data are: improvement of our service, communication with visitors to this site, providing services associated with the website’s specialization, , and for other actions listed below.

Personal data storage and processing

We collect and process your personal data only with your willing consent. With your permission, we can collect and process the following data: name and surname, e-mail address. Collection and processing of your personal information is carried out in accordance with the laws of the European Union and the Serbia.

Data storage, alteration, and removal

The user, who has provided www.svindoff.com with their personal data, has the right for their alteration and removal, as well as the right to recall the agreement to data processing. Time, during which your personal data will be stored is: time the personal data is used that is necessary for the website’s main activity. After finishing with the processing of your personal data, the website’s administration will permanently delete it. To access your personal data, you can contact the administration on: svindoff@gmail.com. We will be able to pass your data to a third party only with your willing consent. If the data was transferred to a third party, which is not associated with our organization, we cannot perform any changes to that data.

Processing of visiting technical data

Records of your IP address, time of visit, browser settings, operational system and other technical information is saved in the database when you visit www.svindoff.com. This data is necessary for the correct display of the website’s content. It is impossible to identify the person of the visitor using this data.

Children’s personal information

If you are a parent or a legal guardian of an underage child, and you know that the child has provided us with their personal information without your consent, please contact us on: svindoff@gmail.com. It is forbidden to enter personal data of underage users without the agreement of parents or lawful guardians.

Cookies processing

We use cookie files for the correct display of the website’s content and for the convenience of browsing www.svindoff.com. They are small files, that are stored on your device. They help the website to remember information about you, such as in which language you use the website and which pages have you already opened. This information will be useful in the next visit. Thanks to cookie files, the website’s browsing becomes much more convenient. You can learn more about these files here. You can set up cookies reception and blocking in your browser yourself. Inability to receive cookie files may limit the functionality of the website.

Processing of personal data by other services

This website uses third-party online services, which perform data collecting, independent from us. Such services include: Google Analytics , Facebook.com, Yandex Metrica.

Data collected by these services may be provided to other services within those organizations. They can use the data for advertising personalization of their own advertising network. You can learn about user agreements of those organizations on their websites. You can also refuse their collection of your personal data. For example, Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on can be found here . We do not pass any personal data to other organizations or services, which are not listed in this privacy policy. As an exception, the collected data may be provided on a lawful request of state authorities, that are authorized to request such information.

Links to other websites

Our website www.svindoff.com may contain links to other websites, which are not under our control. We are not responsible for the content of these websites. We recommend you familiarize yourself with the privacy policy of every website that you visit, if such policy exists.

Changes to the privacy policy

From time to time, our website www.svindoff.com may update our privacy policy. We inform about any changes to the privacy policy, placed on this webpage. We are monitoring any changes in legislation, which is related to personal data in European Union and Serbia. If you have entered any of your personal data on our website, we will inform you about the changes in our privacy policy. If your personal data, and more specifically, your contact information was entered incorrectly, we will not be able to contact you.

Feedback and final clauses

You can contact the administration of www.svindoff.com regarding any questions related to privacy policy on: svindoff@gmail.com, or by filling a contact form specified in a corresponding section of this website. If you do not agree with this privacy policy, you cannot use the services of www.svindoff.com. In this case you should avoid visiting our website.

PDF
Continue reading...

Our agreement is here 👋

You can familiarize yourself with our agreement by downloading it.
Continue reading...

Сountries we worked with 🗺

Great Britain

Russia

Serbia

Luxembourg

Germany

Croatia

Netherland

Belarus

Greece

Norway

Poland

Latvia

Czech Republic

France

Italy

USA

Hong Kong

Slovenia

North Macedonia

Finland

Romania
Continue reading...

Escape Prevention 😼

1. Do not open windows during the first few weeks of having a new cat at home.
2. Secure window screens that can be easily removed and repair or replace torn screens.
3. If your house has just one exterior door, consider installing a screen door in front. When visitors come to the door, the risk of a cat darting out is greatly reduced when you are able to talk to the visitors through the screen.
4. Lock screen doors so the cat cannot push them open...
1. Do not open windows during the first few weeks of having a new cat at home.
3. Secure window screens that can be easily removed and repair or replace torn screens.
3. If your house has just one exterior door, consider installing a screen door in front. When visitors come to the door, the risk of a cat darting out is greatly reduced when you are able to talk to the visitors through the screen.
4. Lock screen doors so the cat cannot push them open. Retractable screen doors are not secure.
5. Put cats in a closed room or in a carrier when repair people, movers, duct cleaners, realtors, etc. come into your home.
6. If you have a balcony or deck on the 2nd floor or above, do not let the cat out on it unless it is completely enclosed or the cat is wearing a harness and leash and supervised at all times. Cats are like very young children. They do not have a defined logical sense of height. They can very easily jump over while playing or if frightened, leading to serious injury or death.
7. If you live in an apartment, wait until the elevator door is closed before opening your own door. This is especially important if you have a cat who likes to run in the hall.
8. When possible, use your garage door to come in and out of the house if you have young children who forget to close doors securely.
9. If your cat appears to want outside or is a door darter, keep a squirt bottle with water by each door. Each time the cat attempts to dart, give it a small squirt of water. Be consistent.
10. Do not ever leave your door open “just for a minute” while you take out the garbage, bring in the groceries or check the meal on the barbeque. These ordinary everyday actions are responsible for many lost cats each year.
11. Always use a sturdy pet carrier to transport your cat(s). NEVER assume it will stay in your arms.
Continue reading...

Tips for the future kitten owner 🤗

Before bringing your kitten home...
If you are planning to bring a new kitten into your home, then you should take some time to prepare for the kitten’s arrival. Purchase the items that your kitten will need and place them in your home for other people and pets to start adjusting to. Pheromones can be diffused prior to the arrival of the new kitten to help both your older cats and the new one feel calm and relaxed. Even if you already have a cat, make sure the new kitten will have its own bed, food and water dishes, and a couple of toys. Set up a bathroom or other small room with...
Before Bringing Your Kitten Home
If you are planning to bring a new kitten into your home, then you should take some time to prepare for the kitten’s arrival. Purchase the items that your kitten will need and place them in your home for other people and pets to start adjusting to. Pheromones can be diffused prior to the arrival of the new kitten to help both your older cats and the new one feel calm and relaxed. Even if you already have a cat, make sure the new kitten will have its own bed, food and water dishes, and a couple of toys. Set up a bathroom or other small room with these items for your kitten to stay in for the first few nights in its new home.

First Day
Day one with your new kitten is very exciting, but you’ll want to be careful that you don’t overwhelm it. Let the kitten explore in the small room you have already set up, or if you didn’t have time to prepare for its arrival, set up a safe room and sit on the floor while the kitten acclimates to it.
When you welcome your inquisitive new kitten into your home, she’ll probably take a little time to get used to her new surroundings. It’s best to let your kitten explore, and discover things in her own time. Even so, there are still plenty of things you can do to help your kitten settle in.

Which room?
Decide which room your kitten will live in for the first week . Make sure the room has a door or some other way of shielding your kitten from the hustle and bustle of daily life, including children and other pets. This will also help with toilet training and avoid ‘accidents’ within the house.

High places and hiding spots
In the wild, your kitten’s big cat cousins like to patrol their territory from a high vantage point. This keeps them out of the way of predators, and helps them spot potential prey without being seen. If possible, choose a room where your new feline friend can hide easily, and where she can get up high. By encouraging your kitten to recreate this kind of natural behaviour, you’ll help her settle in more easily.

Litter tray
Cats naturally choose a quiet, secluded place to go to the toilet. So it’s a good idea to place your kitten’s litter tray in a corner opposite the door. Don't forget to have tray liners and a scoop ready, and remember to clean out the tray regularly. Cats like to keep themselves clean, and if the tray is dirty your kitten will probably choose to go somewhere else!

Food and water bowls
In the wild, big cats never eat in the same place as they go to the toilet. So it makes sense to position your kitten’s food and water bowl as far away from the litter tray as possible.

Cat basket
Cat baskets should be comfortable, warm and easy to clean. If you do provide one for you kitten, however, don't be surprised if she makes her own choice about where to sleep. That independent nature is just one of the many things you'll grow to love about your new feline friend!

Cat carrier
You'll need a cat carrier not only for your kitten’s first journey home, but also for later trips, such as to the vet or cattery. There's a wide range of different types available, so pick the one that you and your kitten are happiest with.

Scratching posts
Scratching is a natural behaviour. It keeps a cat’s claws in good hunting condition, and also creates both scent and visual signals designed to mark territory. Give your kitten a scratching post, and watch her exercise her instincts just as nature intended!

  • Grooming equipment suitable for your breed
  • Cat flap
  • Fast-release collar, lead, name tag and bell
  • Toys

When you first bring your kitten home, keep the house as quiet as possible, and don't be surprised if she starts out a bit timid.

Don’t worry if your kitten hides out under sofas or beds for a little while, this is perfectly natural. Allow them the freedom to explore and they will come out in their own time.

Giving your kitten the same food they were fed previously will help them adjust and should encourage them to eat, and you should also change their water regularly (at least once a day).

The first month with your new kitten is a month of changes, and there are things you can do to make these changes go smoothly.

As much as you’ll want to cuddle your new kitten and show them off to everyone, give them time to get used to you and their new surroundings first. Gradually, sit on the floor with them and allow them to approach you.

Speak gently to them and eventually they will begin to sniff around and become used to your scent. Only reach out to them when you are sure they are relaxed in their new environment.

If you have young children, ensure they are calm around the kitten and only allow them to stroke or hold them after they are settled – but still let your kitten make the first move to avoid scaring them.

Try to hold off on inviting lots of people to meet your kitten for at least the first few days. They will need time to become accustomed to their new surroundings before introducing them to new people and new scents.
Continue reading...