Before you buy a kitten, I recommend that you read a lot about cats and their care and the breed you think you want to buy. It is also important that you answer the following questions for yourself:
Do you have time for a cat?
There are good options for letting your cat out safely, such as fencing off your yard, a cat run, and also a harness.
If the cat needs extra care, do you have the time and money to give it to the cat?
Does the breed you prefer suit you and your family?
Realize that you are responsible for the cat as long as it lives, a cat can live up to 18 years old. A kitten quickly becomes an adult cat, and with current care, a cat can reach a respectable age. Realize that a cat is for life, not something you will throw away if it no longer fits in your life or interior (this happens!). The cat is dependent on you and you are responsible for the good life of the cat.
Proceed to purchase.
Furthermore, you are responsible for which kitten you choose, not the breeder, not the club, only you. Make sure the environment where the kitten lives is clean, do all cats look healthy? Do the cats have dirty eyes, dirty noses, don't they sneeze? (Cat flu or just vaccinated) Have they clean ears? (Ear mites) Are their butts clean and not wet? (may indicate diarrhea). Also make sure that on the day you go to get your kitten he will look healthy and have none of the above symptoms, because then it is better that the kitten stays with the breeder for a while longer until it gets better. Moving is quite an event for a kitten, and this can lead to stress, which in turn lowers resistance, so your kitten is more susceptible to illness.
Price and agreements.