Full pedigree kittens

Heaton, Bradford


Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Breeder

Council License: No

Advert: For Sale

Age:6 Years 4 Months 3 Days

Pet Breed: Ragdoll

Microchipped: No

Vaccinations: No

Neutered: No

Registered: GCCF

Ad Expired/Closed

Pet Description

have a litter of Seal, chocolate and Lynx boys available now for viewings and I'm accepting deposits. All kittens have been raised indoors and have good temperaments. Very friendly kittens and great with children too. Both parents are registered with the GCCF so kittens will leave with all relevant paperwork such as a 5 generation Pedigree, 4 weeks free insurance, a royal Cannin kitten pack, flea/worm treated as a preventive and the kittens will also be fully litter trained.

All Kittens are CLEAR of the known HCM gene which is a Heart disease and PKD gene which is a Kidney disease. Both potentially kill kittens at some stage throughout there life. It's genetically passed down from parents if tested positive. I can reassure you my lines are clear from both these genetical defects and proof can be provided.

Any documentations will not be sent to any individual by phone text or email who is making enquiries. We strongly advise to view the kittens and view all the documents in person before leaving a deposit. This is to stop scammers from fabricating the details and targeting buyers with fake adverts.

Kittens ready to leave from 19 of February. End picture is of mum. The mask does spread within 12 months and continues for 3 years so please expect the kittens to get darker as they get older. deposits required to secure a kitten is £150. Please email, text or phone for questions or to arrange viewings. For them who want more pictures or videos, I'm really sorry but all the recent pictures are on this advert so I don't send more due to work commitments and a very busy lifestyle.

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