I am happy to announce the arrival of 8 healthy bengal x kittens.
I have one spotted female and 4 spotted males for sale. Also I have a beautiful marbled boy to sell.
Due to covid-19 I am having trouble doing vaccines so that will be down to the new owners of these beautiful cats.
These kittens are living along side us in our family home and are very well socialised with other pets and children. Mom and dad can be seen as they are our family pets.
Mom is a pure bred blue eyed snow marble bengal (papers can be seen for her) and dad is a pure black tabby.
You're very welcome to come along and see these babies for your self before choosing you kitten however a £50 non refundable holding deposit is required to secure your kitten.
2 kittens have sold so we have 6 beautiful babies remaining
Can get more pictures on request
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Carry out the research so you have the necessary knowledge of the pet you are getting. Since owning a cat is a big commitment, you should research about the breed fully to make sure it fits your current lifestyle and budget.
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According to PDSA’s recent findings, 50% of UK adults own a pet, and 24% of those own a cat. PDSA has estimated that it is roughly equivalent to 10.9 million pet cats in the UK! With this in mind, you might be wondering – what are the most popular cat breeds out of them all?