Full pedigree GCCF registered Ragdoll kittens ready

high wycombe, buckingamshire

£750

Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Breeder

Council License: Yes

Advert: For Sale

Age:1 Years 11 Months 12 Days

Pet Breed: Ragdoll

Microchipped: No

Vaccinations: Yes

Neutered: No

Registered: GCCF

Ad Expired/Closed

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Pet Description

Gorgeous and very fluffy blue eyes babies looking for their forever home. I got 3 SEAL POINTS boys for sale. They are try balls of fluff. Very good personalities, very calm and cuddly. Mum Luna and dad Alfred are both my house pets and can be seen. They both GCCF registered active and PKD, HCM cleared.

Kittens will be ready to go to their new homes when they will reach 12 weeks and will complete their vaccinations course. They will also be dewormed. I will provide new owners with a list of food they use to, some usefull tips and some toys to take with them.

A non-refundable deposit (150£ for pet quality, 300£ for show/breed quality) is requaired to secure a kitten of your desire. In some cases deposit may be transferred to other kitten. Only after recieving a deposit kitten is concidered as reserved. Remaning balance is requaired to be paid at the time of collection of your kitten.

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