Gorgeous GCCF Reg British Shorthair kittens in Diss


Our gorgeous pedigree British Shorthair kittens are now available. Absolutely stunning friendly, playful kittens. Photos and videos can be sent via WhatsApp We have 2 boys available from this litter. We own both parents who are beautiful examples of the breed. Both parents are PKD tested clear meaning the kittens' are hereditary clear of this terrible disease.

Available: 2 x Lilac Bi Colourpointed Males The kittens were born and are being lovingly reared in our family, country home with no expense spared. They are handled constantly, will be well socialised with all household noises and used to other cats and gentle children. Kittens will be weaned on a combination of a raw diet along with quality kitten biscuits. Samples of which will be provided in your kitten pack. Kittens are now available to be reserved. A £200 non-refundable deposit will secure your chosen kitten.

Kittens will be/come with; - GCCF Registered (Non Active - Pet Homes Only)
- 4 Generation pedigree certificate.
- Full vet health check and BOTH Vaccinations (ie 1st & 2nd Vaccs incl leukaemia)
- Precautionary treated for parasites
- 4 weeks Insurance
- Kitten pack incl food samples and toy. - Bag of cat litter
- Fully litter & Scratch post trained
- Scent blanket to aid with settling in
- Detailed information sheets along with further Advice and support should you need it.
Only very special, forever homes need apply. Strictly no times wasters or photo collectors. Please research the breed before you decide a British Shorthair is for you!! Please ensure you have discussed owning a kitten with your entire family and that there are no known allergies

  • Must be over 8 weeks old
  • Visit kitten with mum
  • No deposit before visit
  • No imported kittens
  • Microchipped & vet checked

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mrs kelly evans
Aug 2013
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