There is no easy answer to this question, but there are some things you can do. The breeder should tell you which kittens were born first and the order in which they matured so that you can get a feel for what kind of kitten it will be. Some breeders have tried to select cats by their looks or personalities, but these attempts usually result in failure because not all kittens from each litter look alike. A good breeder knows her lines very well and has a good idea about inherited characteristics such as type, coloring and temperament. She does know how to pick out a healthy kitten with the proper temperaments, yet she also knows when an adult cat’s behavior needs improvement or correction before having another litter of kittens bred from him/her later on down the road. Most veterinarians who work at boarding kennels recommend keeping your new cat indoors until he/she becomes accustomed to living underfoot without his mother around since this helps avoid behavioral problems later on down the road when kids come along . If your cat comes from a pet shop where there are several different kinds of cats kept together then chances are one would end up being more dominant than others if left alone with other animals during its transition period into adulthood..