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Enter AUTOSHIP25 in the promotion code on the shopping cart page prior to checkout. Then click on Click to Apply. Promotional offer valid for online orders only. Cannot be combined with other offers.*Autoship Promotional offer excludes Acana, Orijen, Fromm, Royal Canin and The PetWay products.

 

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Free shipping is offered only on eligible items, with your online order of $49 or more. Items shipped free will be shipped by our most economical carrier. Free shipping promotion excludes select manufacturer items, prior purchases, addresses outside the contiguous U.S. and APO, FPO or DPO addresses. Minimum purchase requirement excludes shipping and taxes.

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Local Delivery

Local Delivery is available to select locations in the Southeast Virginia and Northeast North Carolina area. The cost for Local Delivery is FREE if your order total is $49.00 or more. If your order total is less than $49.00 there will be a $5.00 delivery fee. If you are unsure if your zip code is included in our Local Delivery area, use the estimate shipping feature in your shopping cart to verify.

Local Delivery is only available Monday-Friday, it is not available on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Orders will typically be delivered in 1-3 days. If you need your order sooner, please try our free Curbside Pick-Up option.

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Curbside Pick-up

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  1. Shop with us online at www.carealotpets.com 24/7 to place your Curbside Pick-Up order. Can't find what you're looking for online? Give us a call, Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 6 PM, at 1-800-343-7680.
  2. We’ll get everything together and give you a call when your order is ready for pick-up at your chosen store.
  3. When you arrive, park in the Reserved Pick-Up location.
  4. Call 757-457-9411 and choose the option for your store location to let us know you’re here.
  5. We’ll bring your order out to your car for you!

ATTENTION: Orders placed before 2 PM will typically be ready for pick-up the same day. A picture I.D. matching the name(s) on your order must be shown.

Only in stock items will be fulfilled with your order. We apologize for any inconvenience and will contact you with any fulfillment issues.

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Tonkinese

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Tonkinese

The Tonkinese has the best features of the Siamese and the Burmese, with none of the less favorable features. The Tonkinese is a muscular, medium-sized cat. The head is wider than that of the Siamese, but narrower than the Burmese's. It has a slightly rounded wedge, which is longer than it is wide. The ears are medium-sized with rounded tips. The eyes are almond shaped and slanted along the cheekbones and are blue-green in color. The legs are muscular and the hind legs are slightly longer than the forelegs. The coat is short, silky and very shiny. It has dark points, like the Siamese, but the base color is darker than the traditional Siamese. It is close to the original Burmese color. Tonks are born white with their point colors forming within a few days. They become darker as they get older.

Temperament Be prepared to be wrapped around your Tonk?s velvety paw. Tonks are gentle creatures that get along well with children, making it a great family pet. They are quite affectionate and enjoy socializing with adults, children and other animals. They hate solitude and do not attach themselves to only one family member as the Siamese and Burmese do. But like the Siamese and Burmese, they have a very loud and distinctive voice. After a good play session, Tonks enjoy dozing on or next to their humans. If you want a loving lap cat, the Tonkinese is for you!
Weight Male: 9-12 lbs.; Female: 6-8 lbs.
Health Problems Tonkinese kittens are susceptible to respiratory disease. Adult Tonks can be prone to plaque buildup, tartar formation and gingivitis, which can lead to the dental disease, periodonitis. Annual dental check-ups and teeth cleaning are necessary for your cat?s health.
Living Conditions This breed needs plenty of room to romp, run and play. Though they enjoy being outdoors, they sometimes tend to run off, so be careful when letting them outside. Make sure screens and doors are secure also.
Exercise Tonks are an active breed that needs a place to exercise outside, or ample room to romp and run indoors. They should also be provided with a scratching post and toys inside to keep them occupied.
Life Expectancy 15 or more years
Grooming Tonks need minimum grooming and do fine with a weekly brushing of their coat as well as a gentle brushing of their teeth. Clip their nails weekly also.
Origin This breed was the first intentionally bred in the US in the 1950?s by Milan Greer and another American feline expert. He crossed a male Burmese with a female chocolate-point Siamese and named the resulting breed the Golden Siamese. When he passed on the breeding project to Edith Lux, she changed the name to Tonkinese, after the Gulf of Tonkin, which is close to Burmese and Siamese (Thai) territories. The Tonk was recognized by the CFA in 1978.

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