Yes I'm a bit wiser now. I know from speaking with people on here and other breeders that I did the right thing by sending those cats back. I couldn't knowlingly breed positive kittens.
It hurts to not have Kono here - hurts BAD - but I couldn't keep them and that meant her too.
I've pulled my drawers up tighter and sat down and focused on what to do with my breeding and everything. I will be asking a lot more questions, demanding to see proof and hopefully not be so gullible.
I appreciate SO much the warm thoughts and well wishes from everyone here that I've gotten.
Originally Posted by Kai Bengals
You're experiencing something that every good breeder has to go through.
The live and learn curve.
Some of the best ways to learn how to be a good breeder is to experience bad things. It's unfortunate as always, but it hits home so hard, you don't forget.
That's why having a great mentor, is so important. You listen to what they say, because they've already been through it and can prevent you from having to do the same.
I wish you better luck and success in the future. If nothing else, you have an Ace in your pocket now from this ordeal, to keep you from getting burned again.