4 Ragdoll kitten boys

Dudley, Dudley

£1000

Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:3 Years 1 Months 27 Days

Pet Breed: Ragdoll

Microchipped: No

Vaccinations: Yes

Neutered: No

Registered: No

Ad Expired/Closed

Pet Description

I'm proud to announce our lovely cat Lily has given birth to 4 beautiful Ragdolls (boys) on 28 February. This is her first litter. Kittens will be ready for new home between 25-30 April.
????MOTHER : BICOLOUR RAGDOLL
????FATHER : SEAL POINT RAGDOLL

Mother and father are health checked and up to date with vaccines.
Mum and dad can be seen with the kittens.

Kittens will be:

LITTER TRAINED.
WORM & FLEA TREATED.
WEANED ON HIGH QUALITY WET & DRY FOOD.
HEALTH CHECKED.
UP TO DATE WITH VACCINES.

????EXTENSIVE KITTEN PACK - toys and food.

We will only consider five star family homes for our kittens. We look for owners who can dedicate time and love for their Ragdoll kitten.

If have you got any questions please contact me by text message straight on my phone or send message on this website.
150 GBP non refundable deposit for reserve kitten.

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