Beautiful Kittens Available

Spalding, Lincolnshire

£500

Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:2 Years 1 Months 28 Days

Microchipped: No

Vaccinations: No

Neutered: No

Registered: No

Ad Expired/Closed

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Pet Description

I am selling 3 beautiful British shorthair kittens. 1 boy (blue) 500 (RESERVED) 1 girl (blue) 650 (RESERVED) 1 girl (colourpoint) 750 (RESERVED) The kittens were born in the evening on 11th February. All 3 kittens are extremely beautiful, very playful and are very cuddly!! As you can see, the parents are both blue and full breed of British shorthair. They\'re pedigree, but not registered. The kittens are only wormed. They will be available to go to their forever homes on 28th of April. As well as, I would love the kittens to go in to good hands and it would be nice for me to keep a contact with their new owner. Throughout the time, they‰Ûªve got used to be around children and dogs. We would like a 100 deposit for each kitten. Please message or call me if you are interested and would like more pictures/videos. Both parents can be seen. If you would like to visit and spend some time with your kitten please contact me via phone or email. Thankyou.

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