GCCF Non Active Seal Point Ragdoll Kittens *Available Now*

Skelmersdale, Lancashire


Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Breeder

Council License: No

Advert: For Sale

Age:5 Years 11 Months 18 Days

Pet Breed: Ragdoll

Microchipped: Yes

Vaccinations: Yes

Neutered: No

Registered: GCCF

Ad Expired/Closed

Pet Description

We currently have available two beautiful Ragdoll kittens. They have been raised at our family home with their best interest at heart and given plenty of love and affection.

They have very sweet lovable temperaments and love to be cuddled. Daphne and Gomez very outgoing and playful also very loving. Ragdolls are excellent companion animals.

Ragdolls are indoor pets only unless a purpose built outdoor run is available or cat proofed garden. They are prized for their docility and ill equipped to deal with the hazards outside of the home.

They are sold as follows:
- GCCF Registered Non-Active (Pet only and are not for breeding purposes)
- From HCM clear lines
- Four Generation Pedigree
- Fully Vaccinated inclusive of Feline Leukemia /Vet Checked
- treated for parasites
- Mum and Dad can be seen (registered GCCF Active)
- Four Weeks Free Petplan Insurance
- Kitten Contract
- litter trained
- Documentation pack which includes GCCF registration card (proof they are full pedigree ragdolls) , Vaccination card, Kittens are Microchipped/new owner registration, kitten guide, Pedigree and Kitten Contract (all can be viewed upon visit)
- guidance and support from us

Any questions please message me, always happy to help.

Their GCCF registration names are as follows:

ARISTO-CAT-IC Daphne (Female Seal Point)
ARISTO-CAT-IC Gomez (Male Seal Point)

-No Students
-Kittens are not for export UK residents only

Please visit our facebook page to view the kitten contract and get a sense of how are kittens are reared. All photos shown in ad are of the actual kittens being advertised.

We put a lot of time and effort into rearing our kittens and take the time to find the right homes for them when they are ready.

Our Facebook page can be found at www.facebook.com/aristocatic

We are members of the GCCF Accredited Breeder Scheme

Thank you.

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