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I have a super litter of F3 kittens looking for their forever homes and will be ready for Valentines Day ❤️1 beautiful golden girl (now reserved) and 2 gorgeous boys, one golden and one very dark. I have bred their Mum, therefore have their grandparents to view as well as handsome Dad.The two remaining boys are known to us as Tormund and Khal (Game of Thrones!)Tormund is a lovely golden colour with contrasting markings. He is slightly more reserved than his brother until he’s sure about things, however, he is very gentle and a really strong and robust boy with a calm personality and is by far the heaviest of the litter at nearly 1.4kg at just 9wks old (clearly taking after his Dad and Grandfather!)Khal is the dark boy with a stunning black nose, jet black spots and huge ears. He is a very striking boy, with long legs and neck and striking green eyes that stand out against his dark colour. He clearly takes after his mum and grandmother but has the size of the boys in his line. He is far more out going than his brother and is up for playing at every opportunity! Once he’s done playing, he loves nothing more than a lap to settle down on. They are stunning kittens and the photos just don't do them justice. All my babies will be:TICA RegisteredFully vaccinatedMicrochippedWormed/flea’dThey will have had at least two vet health checks before leaving and come with4 weeks free pet insurance, a sample of food, toys and blanket. All my kittens come with a one year health guarantee against any congenital illness and of course a lifetime of support from me (if you wish to speak to any previous buyers for piece of mind I can absolutely put you in contact).Delivery can be arranged for an additional cost or I can meet you part way if that’s easier. I have a small Air BnB, so if you want to come and make a weekend of your visit to the coast then this can also be accommodated.I am inspected by my local council as I hold a DWA Licence to ensure that I meet all the required standards. All my cats and kittens are very well looked after and absolutely adored as you will see if you look at my Facebook or Instagram accounts. All my animals live in a clean, safe environment and are very well socialised, with other animals, people and children!
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29th Nov 2018
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From a study conducted in 2010, cats were ranked as the third most popular pet in the UK next to fish and dogs. Cats are usually referred to as either of the two: Purebred and Domestic. Purebred cats have a pedigree history of its lineage, whilst domestic cats do not.
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