Hello my beautiful Queen Daisy has had litter of 4 kittens.
2boys and 2 girls.My Queen is very nice and a friendly family pet in my home .She loves kids.Mum is pure british blue but no register , she pet only .
Dad is Pedigree from five generations.All papers you can see and copie you cane take .
The kittens will be ready when they finish 8 weeks ,before1st vaccination on7July.
Kittens will leave with
-Healt checked with vet
-wormed and flea treated
-litter and scratch trained
-kittens fed on Royal Canin BSH kitten food
We take non- refundable deposit 200 pound for reserve a kitten
1girl and 1 boy reserved
For any information please contatct me
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