So, what should you do? You can always call your local veterinary clinic or shelter to see if they have any healthy kittens available. If not, it might be best to adopt an adult cat who is already spayed/neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations. Otherwise, you may end up spending quite a bit of money on vet bills in the future! These cats are also great for children whose parents don’t want them around other animals (or kids!). Your animal will get plenty of love and attention from you while still getting along with your family pets.