Only two kittens remain from our litter from TICA registered silver Bengal Snowfire (Regalcats and Bengalheritage parentage) and brown rosetted Azuli (Glitterglam). Azuli carries the glitter gene and her kittens appear to have it as well. We are hobby breeders meaning that we have one Queen and only intend to breed her twice. We are motivated by our love for the breed and desire to rear kittens in the home environment for best possible social outcomes. Our kittens are well adjusted, socialised with children and a dog, and will transition well to a new home environment if treated with the respect and kindness they have been raised with.
Brutus, the largest of the litter, was given this temporary name because from his first nursing meal to his last he always made certain he had the best position ‘at the table’. He loves to play, and has a keen interest in water, but also loves to snuggle up on our laps for a nap. He really is a big softy. Brutus is booked in for neutering (microchipped at the same time) 18th May and can be homed before or after.
The female kitten is still nameless. She is very sweet and pretty, and we couldn’t think of a good enough name for her. She also likes to play in water, ride on shoulders, and seems drawn to the dog. She’s more chatty than Brutus, making little mews and squeaks now and then.
We love our kittens and want to ensure they are well looked after in their forever homes. Therein have a Kitten Agreement with adoptive families which allows us first rights to refusal should the kitten need to be rehomed. This ensures that they will not be moved on to a research facility or similar poor circumstance.
Our kittens are provided with:
4 weeks free insurance
Sample litter and food
A blanket with mother’s scent to ease transition to new home
A full list of recommended supplies including food, collars, etc.
Fully litter trained
Twice vet health checked
Worm and flea treated
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