Hi, My 4 Gen pedigree BSH Queen, Blue, has had 6 beautiful chunky Lilac Cream babies. Dad is a chunky TICA and GCCF registered Lilac BSH.
1 x Lilac boy - sold (Sonja)
1 x Lilac boy - sold (Nicola)
1 x Lilac girl - sold (Charlotte)
1 x Lilac/cream girl - sold (Joyce)
1 x Lilac/cream girl - available
1 x Lilac boy - available
All kittens have been wormed, flea treated, litter trained, scratch post trained, vaccinated, vet checked twice and microchipped :)
The kittens have free run of the house and have been brought up around other cats and young children. They are also very friendly and playful. Mum is our family pet and can be seen in the pictures and in person. The kittens are all played with and have cuddles daily and love human attention.
All kittens will come with a kitten pack, including toys, feeding bowls, kitten litter tray/litter. Confirmation and proof of vaccinations completed and microchip. 4 weeks free insurance included.
Please contact me for further information - thanks for reading.
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