What we recommend you purchase for your new british Shorthair or Scottish Fold Kitten or Cat: (And some of our favourite products)

Arm & Hammer Multi Cat Litter

This is the litter we use for all of our cats and kittens. It is recommended that you purchase this type of litter for your new kitten, at least until they are adjusted to their new home, smells, and the location of the litterboxes in your home. 
My findings are that it is low tracking, and masks the bad smells well!

Royal Canin Kitten Kibble
We feed our kittens the Royal Canin Kitten kibble, and recommend continuing to do so until they reach 1 year of age, unless otherwise directed from your veterinarian.

Royal Canin Persian & oral care

When your kitten becomes an adult, we recommend feeding Royal Canin Persian. Sounds funny, but this is the best type of food for the british shorthair and scottish fold breeds that is available in Canada. We also recommend access to Royal Canin Oral care, as when British Shorthairs & Scottish folds age, they can occasionally struggle with gum issues.
Royal Canin Mother & Babycat Soft Food
We wean our kittens onto this food as it is healthy and very soft.  They love it! We recommend your kitten staying on this OR the royal canin kitten soft food, along with kibble, until they are at least 1 year of age, unless otherwise specified by your veterinarian.
NuVet Plus Feline
This is a powder additive that we mix into their soft food. It is full of vitamins, antioxidants, enzymes, amino acids, minerals, herbs, and more! It keeps your cat healthy, and boosts her immune system. 
This product of FDA approved, and human grade!
Use code: 63901 to Order your feline vitamins!

Purina forti flora


This is the type of probiotic that we feed to our cats and kittens 2x a week. It comes in a small pack that can be easily sprinkled onto either kibble or soft food. This keeps their good gut bacteria happy! It is also known to support a healthy immune system.

This can be purchased on amazon.ca or at most vet clinics.

A few TALL, carpeted scratching posts
Our Bengals & British Shorthairs love to climb HIGH! They love to play on, scratch and snooze on their cat posts. Giving them the opportunity to climb, and scratch on their own things, will help prevent them from scratching your furniture, or climb up your cupboards.
You must teach them at a young age that it is only okay to climb or scratch their own trees and toys. This habit will stick with them for life!
Feather Teasers/Wand Toys
These will not only give your kitten or cat exercise, and entertainment, but will also help him or her bond to you more closely. It is an activity that you both can enjoy!
Cardboard Cat Scratchers
These are an inexpensive way to provide your kitty with something to scratch! You can also add spray on, or loose cat nip to attract them to scratch there instead of your furniture.
SSSCAT Spray Training System
This is the product we use to keep the cats off of our countertops, and away from behind our TV console where there are a lot of cords to chew! It works fantastically, and eventually they get the picture and stop going to the areas that you do not want them to go!
This can be purchased on amazon or most pet stores.
Kitty Nail Caps
These are caps to put on top of your cat's nails so that he or she cannot accidentally scratch your kids, furniture, etc. They are comfortable and come in an array of stylist colours. They last about 3 weeks, and when one pops off we just replace it with another.
These can be purchased at most pet stores, however, they are cheaper on amazon! Please make sure they come with the glue of purchasing from amazon. 
Benny Bully's Cat Treats
For training treats, or special moments, we recommend Benny Bully's liver and heart treats. They are made by a Canadian company, and are also super healthy! Our kitties love these treats.
We truly hope this page has helped provide you with the proper information for your new Exotic Mirage kitten!