Maine Coon boy 3 m.o, shaded lines in Nottingham

£1,900

We are looking for a 5 star forever loving homes for our fur babies, last boy, High Black Silver Classic Tabby (shaded lines). Only for indoor keeping please.He loves to be around people and our kittens are raised in the home with all of the family whilst being used to household noises and dogs. Kittens are litter box and scratch post trained.

TICA or LCWW registration certificate
Pedigree
5 weeks free insurance
Fully vaccinated
Microchipped
Neutered (unless agreed otherwise)
Deflead and Dewormed up to date.

Mum is registered with TICA and LCWW. She has the cat show standards, LCWW.
She is a Black Silver and imported from Russia from the parents of Champions. She has an amazing temperament and good mum for kittens.

Dad is massive Black Shaded boy. He is a huge and weighing over 9 kg. He has an outstanding temperament and very like cuddles.

Mum and Dad are negative for HCM, PKdef and SMA which makes kittens negative too.
Our home cattery is Felv and Fiv free.

Kitten will leave to a new home with
Kitten pack which will include:

-Raw or dry food for 1 weeks with all instructions about raw feeding.
- Blanket with mums smell.
- Litter filing 7kg.
- Toys.

£300 deposit is required to secure the kitten. I'm happy to arrange a facetime call before placing deposit.


If you would like any further information
please don't hesitate to get in touch. Also if you would like to see more pictures and videos of the kittens head over to our Facebook page ( MyBigCat Maine Coon Cattery UK ) and Instagram ( MyBigCat_Cattery_UK ) and follow us for updates.
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Age: 3 Months
Ready to leave:
Now
Gender: Boy
Registered:  TICA
Breed:
Maine Coons
Posted: 6 days ago
Ad ID: 39688604
  • Must be over 8 weeks old
  • Visit the kitten with its mum
    before paying a deposit
  • Microchipped & vet checked
  • No imported kittens

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Alexandra
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