Leo and Humbug.
Rehomed

Two adult pedigree bengal cats for rehoming. Snow marble and brown spotted. in Peterborough

£120

Two Bengal cats for rehoming due to my mother having to go into a care home. I bred these cats years ago and they have lived with my parents their whole lives. Sadly, they must be rehomed. They can be rehomed separately also.
£120 for both cats or £60 each.
Home must have no cats, no dogs and no young children, as they are too old to be pulled around by children. They would.hate dogs and probably run away and would fight other cats
They were both born in December 2007, so are coming up 14 years old. Both are healthy, with no medical issues. They have always had regular worming and veterinary checks, plus a full vaccination history. They have literally just had the first booster dose vaccinations that cost £120, but require the second dose.
They are both neutered and microchipped. Both currently have access to the garden and spend most of their time outside, but could be indoor cats.
Leo is a male snow marble Bengal of show quality.
Humbug is a female brown spotted Bengal.
Both are registered with GCCF under the breeder name TropicalStorm. I actually need them when I was a breeder. They are from two litters born on the same day to sister's and raised together in a group litter as their Mums shared raising both litters. Both their Mums featured on the National Geographic Channel's programme 'Animals in the Womb: Cats' whilst they were pregnant with Leo and Humbug.
I live just North of Peterborough.
I have their microchipping paperwork, GCCF registration slips and veterinary paperwork.
Included with the cats is cat food, cat carrier, cat bed, blankets, litter tray, cat litter, litter tray scoops, cat bowls, rubber mat for bowls to sit on.
They need to be collected quickly by a buyer, as my son is allergic to cats.

Ad ID:
37453023
Posted:
5 weeks ago
Richard Milligan
Peterborough
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Joined
Aug 2020
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43%

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