I have 2x kittens for sale - Male and Female
I brought my beloved kittens but sadly I am severely allergic to them! Ever since I had them I have scratched non stop, sneezed non stop and headaches regularly, after a trip to the GP, I am allergic to them.
I need them to go to a loving home pretty quick BUT I need to know they are going to a loving home that can provide them with the same love and care I do!
They are half brother and sister, their dad got two of the female cats pregnant at the same time (obviously their parents owners).
They were born on 7th May 2020, are fully vaccinated and we have an appointment at the vets to get our male neutered but not for another month.
Their names are Jax and Luna. They are so loving and will settle in so easy if you give them the attention they want.
They will come with collars with bells (as they are always trying to hide), their cat tree which is brand new and must go with them as this is their security when they are alone! And their litter tray, litter, food, 2x mats, 2x food bowls and 2x water bowls.
As I want to ensure that my kittens go to a loving home, I am going to be holding visits this weekend (8th August 20). Please message me if you’re interested and I will give you an allocated 20 min time slot. If you can’t make the 8th/9th August and are interested please message me and we can arrange an alternative time. *Please note my house will be cleaned after each visit, you may wish to wear a mask but you don’t have to, all I ask is for you not to attend if you become unwell in any form.
After all visits I will then contact the person/people I think are suitable for Jax and Luna.
If you’re interested, please get in contact.
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