Here we have a gorgeous breeding blue point mitted Female kitten on the Active list with the GCCF Priced £2000... Ready for her new home at the beginning of August. Pics up of parents, kitten and older sibbling. Kitten pet prices are £1000. ** WE ALSO HAVE A SEAL POINT MITTED MALE ACTIVE KITTEN AVAILABLE PRICED £1800**.
She is a Stunning lovely natured kitten; she loves kisses and to be carried around in your arms. She loves attention, she is a lovely sized happy healthy playful kitten. She has and is being raised in the heart of our home and has been handled from birth, will be used to household noises. The kitten as great type and a lovely profile. She is a very good-sized chunky kitten.
The kitten's mother is our gorgeous seal point mitted queen she is a stunning girl of great type, very loving and loyal. The kitten's father is our own stud boy, he is a huge solid muscular boy, with a great weight behind him over 9kgs, he has fantastic type, ear set, dark blue eyes, broad head, he is a very impressive cat, with a lovely long hair coat on him... His father is an International Champion Import. The kitten's pedigree as European bloodlines, full of International Champion and Grand Champions. Both parents are registered with the GCCF on the Active list for breeding and are free from HCM/PKD. Kittens will be ready to leave us at the very beginning of August. Active Kittens will be micro-chipped before leaving us, registered Active for breeding, fully wormed to date and vet checked. will have had their HCM swab test done with Langford genetic veterinary... New owner will get a copy of the results along with the GCCF. Kittens will come with all paperwork and GCCF Active registered card. GCCF Active male kittens are priced from £1800 Deposit to reserve an active kitten is £350.
PET COURIERS ARE WELCOME FOR COLLECTION OF THE KITTENS.
I have been a hobby breeder for the past 15 years and have a lot of experience of the breed. I am looking for a very small breeder of just a couple of cats or someone just starting out... I am happy to help, give advice and mentor. No big breeders please. If you would like any further information on the kitten, I am happy to answer any questions. We do have a website, that you can check out but apologize that it has not been updated for a while.
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