Our Chocolate queen and Blue male (Bijoublue cattery) litter C are ready to reserve. 1 x Blue boy (available)
1 x Blue boy (available)
1 x Blue boy (available )
1 x Lilac girl (reserved Active)
1 x Chocolate girl (reserved active)
1 x Lilac boy (available)
1 x Blue girl (available)
Queen blood group A or A/B Male blood group B. PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease) tested- Negative
Kitten born on 6 April 2021
All kitten are healthy friendly and very active. Grow in lovely house and very friendly company.
Kittens seeing non active registry !!! ACTIVE price £2000
Queen are champion genetic line from Russia
Male are champion line from Bulgaria
We are GCCF registered breeders.Kittens be ready to leave from 12 July 2021 after full vet check, two vaccines, flea and wormed, microchip and free 5 weeks Agria insurance (provide just genuine breeders). Including GCCF certificate, Line generation (Pedigree copy)
Payment should be made via bank transfer or cash and £320 non refundable deposit is required to secure each kitten. The balance is to be paid on collection.
Before reservation we offer a video call by WhatsApp.
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