Gccf Registered Litter Of Ocicats .spotted Boys.

Norwich, Norfolk

£550

Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:1 Years 11 Months 4 Days

Pet Breed: Ocicat

Microchipped: No

Vaccinations: Yes

Neutered: No

Registered: No

Ad Expired/Closed

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Pet Description

I have a litter of 5 gorgeous Ocicat kittens. . Chocolate Silver Girl . Possibly staying . Chocolate Boy . Available . Chocolate Boy . Available .Chocolate Boy . Available . Ivory Boy . Available They are being brought up in the love of our home and will be fully used to children and dogs. They will come. . GCCF registered . non active . Pedigree papers . Fully vaccinated . including leukemia . Microchipped . transferred to new owners for free . Up to date with flea and worm treatments . 4 weeks free insurance . Food currently being fed . Blanket with scent of mum and siblings to help settle them . Toys Please contact me to register an interest in this litter. viewing is welcome from now and a non refundable deposit of 150 Will be required to hold your chosen family member. Would love for these to go in pairs so am willing to reduce prices if someone would be interested in 2 of these gorgeous kittens Kittens will be ready from 13 weeks .15th Dec. but happy to hold longer over the Christmas period. Mum is a lilac ocicat .spotted. Dad is a chocolate silver classic .Aztec.

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