I purchased a kitten from Dragonheart. When I got him he looked small and not well. Not knowing what a 12 wk old Ragdoll kitten should look like I took him home. On the 2nd vet visit there was a heart murmur detected. I was told to take him to a Veterinary Cardiologist, I did. It turned out that he had HCM (hypertrophic cardiomyopathy). While waiting for the vet to take an X-ray I called Dragonheart. To make a long story shorter, I was given my $ back and offered a free kitten when I was ready. Aslan died 2 months after being given diagnosed…he was 7 months old. My problem with Dragonheart is that the mother of my kitten (Marble May) was tested for the gene for HCM and to my knowledge has not been bred again. The male Cowboy has not been tested. According to Dragonheart he bites and claws so she cannot take him to the vet. Dragonheart continues to use him as a stud even though it is not known for sure if his kittens will be at risk for HCM. I don”t want another person or kitten to go through what Aslan and I did because this breeder is not willing to make sure her male is not a carrier of HCM.
This complaint and/or review was posted on HolySmoke.org on 18:09 pm, February 04, 2020 (CST) and is a permanent record located at: https://www.holysmoke.org/scam/dragon-heart-cattery/.
The reviews & complaints posted about Dragon Heart Cattery was submitted by a member or guest on this website. Any and all opinions and information are published as is. HolySmoke.org does not edit or remove any aspect of the report and is simply a consumer grievance free-speech platform. As such, HolySmoke.org cannot be held liable for the complaints and reviews posted about Dragon Heart Cattery as per Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
Be an Informed Consumer
An informed consumer is capable of making sensible decisions, gains insight about a business prior to an interaction or transaction. Our newsletter provides resources and information that informs you, the consumer. of such things as consumer rights and protection.