I am presenting 9 absolutely adorable black kittens.
They were born on 24 of July and would be ready for a New Home in October.
The mother is Pure breed Russian Blue with a pedigree and dad is black mixed british short hair.
Both cat parents are strictly indoor cats and all vaccines are up to date.
The litter of 9 is the second litter of Constance (mum) and last one.
Kittens are very affecionate, playful and courious. Litter trained and eating wet and dry food. Will be flead and wormed 1 week before leaving
Please book a visit becouse pictures do not do them justice.
A deposit of £100 will be required.
WhatsApp for more pictures or videos & Video call.
Price negotiable as long as their new cat parents will give them good, loving home.
Based in Royton OL2
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