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We have available
1 x Female Brown spotted, 3 x Brown spotted male and 2 x female Blue eyed snow stunning kittens. They already have very distinctive rosettes, they have amazing temperaments and have lovable characters. They are well socialised in a loving home environment, used to all the noises of a family household, and have been handled from soon after birth
All our Kittens are PK Def & PRA b normal.
They are from champion winning lines and both the parents can be seen.
Bundara Bengals are small hobby breeders based near Bolton. Our kittens are well socialised and brought up indoors and are very much a part of our family. Our kittens do not leave us before they are 13 weeks old. The kittens will be TICA registered. They will be fully vaccinated, all worming and flea preventative treatments will have been completed. All kittens come with a 5-generation pedigree and a care sheet. There will also be a kitten pack with a sample of their food and litter, 5 weeks free insurance
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