Beautiful Persian Kittens

Chester, Cheshire

£300

Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:2 Years 18 Days

Pet Breed: Persian

Microchipped: Yes

Vaccinations: Yes

Neutered: No

Registered: TICA

Ad Expired/Closed

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Pet Description


We are looking for loving forever homes for our adorable full pedigree kittens.Both parents are fully certified. Mum is full pedigree golden chinchilla Persian and is available to view. Dad (stud) is full blue Persian pedigree - certificates available.Kittens are already well socialised and raised as family pets. They are being weaned on Royal Canin mother and baby food and will be fully litter trained by the time they leave. They have received their first course of deworming treatment,They are ready for new home now,Free 4 weeks insurance included with Petplan.Alot of time and care has gone into raising kitrens they are all weaned and eating kitten dry food / Purina and eating Encore Chicken wet food. They are all self litter trained.They require alot of attention and time so please be thoughtful about this. I want them to go to nice loving homes.If you interested please don't hesitate to message me. Please no time wasters can be very soul draining.

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