Almathea Cattery Review

Aneta is a CFA certified breeder which makes her cats expensive and should be reliable as her cattery is certified, well she thinks she can get away with scamming people. She took $1500 as a down payment guaranteeing that she will have a cream and blue kitten in her litter and a lot of people have already made a down payment on her kttens and that is the only way she will keep one for her. After some time she disappeared closed her face book account stopped replying to my sister, till my sister tracked her down again and asked for the refund. At this point Aneta told her she has a kitten and till my sister pays $1500 more she will not send the kitten, upon asking for kitten pics of the cat Aneta refused to share pics which makes it suspicious if she even is telling the truth or just will take $1500 more and disappear again. | She is a fraud who probably takes pics of other catteries or from online and takes the money when she infact does not have a kitten. | A total fraud and a scam, she then argues how my sister has changed her mind when she is the one who disappeared after taking money from her it has been more then a year. Beware she has also added a condition on her web page “the down payment is non refundable and she reserves the right to refuse to offer a kitten without any explanation

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Name: Almathea Cattery

Country: United States

State: Alabama

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Website: www.almathea.com.pl

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