12 week old female calico kitten for sale (not sure of exact birth date). Super friendly,very playful and active, loves being cuddled. great with kids. She’s been neutered, wormed and flead she’s also litter trained. Eats wet and dry food. Comes with a lot of toys, bed, scratch post, litter tray etc. Want her to go to a good home to someone who will have plenty of time for her. If interested please message on my phone number for quicker reply. Can drop locally. £250 ONO
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