Here I have one beautiful crystal blue eyed snow Bengal girl for a nice new home!
Both our stud and queen can be seen. They have Royal genetics; our stud is a descendent of "Tobias King Of Kings"! Our stud is also linked to one of the first ever crosses of the Leopard and domestic cat! There family history is amazing which consists of championship background.
Ready to leave next month, raised on the finest Royal Canin wet meat and dry biscuits.
Playful little beauty very loving and has been raised around a 2 year old and a newborn baby so they are child friendly. We have the parent's GCCF certificates which can be seen upon collection of this adorable little girl.
Also if you would like her GCCF papers, please leave a name and your details so I can personally sort out her paperwork along with your chosen name if you have one. Will be leaving us unneutered Due to the vets not being able to do it until she turns at least 5 Months old
She will be leaving us after her first set of injections and will come with a kitten pack including: the rest of her injections, 4 weeks insurance, microchip, flea and worming treatment and a free bag of Royal Canin kitten biscuits. Also packs of Royal Canin wet meat to start her off in her new home.
No time wasters please.
£200 non-refundable deposit to secure this beauty
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