Echo Lake Cattery — She sent me the wrong kitten
I visited Echo Lake Cattery website frequently and had finally chosen a kitten that my husband and myself wanted. This kitten was a Tortie-point himalayan. A few weeks later Pam advertised a blue-cream point himalayan
that I inquired about.
Pam told me that this kitten was taken already. Right about the time we were suppose to get the Tortie-point kitten; she asked me if I were still interested in the blue-cream point kitten. I told her 'no'; we would stick
with our original kitten we selected.
In the mean-time, Pam sent me a Purchasing Agreement for Tortie Point Female Himalayan. I signed it, sent her money and sent the agreement back to her.
Low and behold, when I went to the Airport to pick up my kitten, it seemed that she didn't look like the picture we had of her.
I looked up pictures of both of these kittens, which looked somewhat similar to me, and realized that I had the wrong kitten; indeed.See Top 10 Worst Companies in Rogers, ARI called Pam, and explained that this kitten I now have is not the Tortie-Point, and Pam denies the whole thing. I contacted her again in a few days, and she proceeded to tell me that I did agree on the blue-cream
point kitten, and got very rude with me.
Pam was not going to make good on the agreement that we originally had, so my husband and I kept the kitten. Pam also knew that my husband had cancer, and the Tortie Point kitten he picked out was a gift for him.
She clearly has no morals or a conscience. I paid a lot of money for a kitten and received the wrong kitten.Also, not to mention when I received the kitten and took it to the vet for the vet-check, it had a mite infection in it's ears, that had to be treated 2 separate times. Also, the kitten was sneezing a lot, and that got worse and worse, and come to find out
the kitten had a bad respiratory infection that had to be treated. I'm wondering if my kitten received her correct immunizations???