Originally Posted by BabyWukong
Well if you are financially able and have time to play with them and take care of them, I say keep them! I know kittens are sooo addictive, but first its important that you be absolutely sure that you can provide them with what they need (playtime, good food, lots of interaction with humans).
I'm always wary of people who say they want "young kittens". Maybe I'm just being a suspicious freak, but people who say that often sound to me like they're just in it for the cuteness factor. I'd definitely not give any of the kittens to them without interviewing them thoroughly and watching how they interact with the kittens.
Good luck! Let us know of your decision.
I trust my vet 100%, he's never lied, he's a good man and honest to everybody he knows. So If he recommends a client, I'll ask a few questions but thats It. By going to him I know there good people, because he's a serious and hard working vet that doesn't try and get money out of everything. I work at home from this/my laptop, so the time Isn't a problem, I get on and off as I please. A lot of people want puppies to raise them for them selves, ever own an adult animal that has so many problems thay at there age is hard to untrain. Kittens and puppies are fresh, you can get a professional trainer, go to puppy classes. Teach a kitten what not to scratch on, not to jump on, and over all effect the rest of there lifes. I got my dog as a puppy and I wouldnt even look at adults. Why a lot of hunting bred dogs are PITA! (pains In the butty!). They bark, jump, to hyper etc. My females now a year old and very calm, relaxed and quite. I take her to the park and I get my hind end knocked over, growled at, barked at, nipped at. Its crazy how people teach animals these days, NOT AT ALL!