I am pleased to introduce you to my stunning litter of doll face Chinchilla Silver Persian kittens, all three are wonderfully inquisitive, lively, healthy and non-stop purring kittens. The girls coats are already very light and the darker tipped kitten is my handsome, sort the world out boy, first to try out anything new. All three have beautiful coats which are becoming very fluffy, they have the black mascara surrounding their eyes, and their eyes are beautifully clear not tear stained. They are excellent examples of the Persian Chinchilla breed.
I am with them every day, so they get lots of interaction with me and of course cuddle time. Mum is my own beautiful, intelligent girl, who has proven to be an excellent mum, always on hand to keep her babies in check, cleaned and of course a ready milk bar. Dad is a registered stud cat and like mum a silver tipped chinchilla Persian. Two of the kittens are already being weaned on kitten food and the third, a girl, will be following shortly. All three using their litter trays.
These little beauties are indoor cats, however, my own adult Chinchilla Persian cats also have the run of my garden wearing cat harnesses and leads, but always under my supervision, for a good three hours of every day. All three kittens are booked in for their first vaccination 5th July and will be vet checked and wormed at the same time ready to be rehomed soon after. They will leave with their certificate of vaccination, record of worming, kitten food, sample litter, care sheet and a toy/game they regularly play with along with their 5 generation cat certificate.
I am looking for five star homes for these little beauties, obviously cat lovers, perhaps someone with previous experience of owning a cat / ideally one of the long haired variety, or with a family whose children are older and thus more responsible.
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From a study conducted in 2010, cats were ranked as the third most popular pet in the UK next to fish and dogs. Cats are usually referred to as either of the two: Purebred and Domestic. Purebred cats have a pedigree history of its lineage, whilst domestic cats do not.
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Persian cat is widely recognised for its flat face, round head, expressive eyes, and long, lush coat. However, the breed is far more interesting than its adorable appearance. How well do you know your Persian?