Hi there! Our beautiful BSH Queen Lily gave birth to 6 cute kittens on the 1st of August 22. There are 5 ginger kittens and 1 grey tabby ( 3 girls & 3 boys) in the litter. We are now looking for new loving and permanent homes for them.
A beautiful ginger kitten girl, "Ginny" is still available at the moment!
The mom Lily and Leo have been our family cats for almost two years and are both chipped and vaccinated.
Lily is a BSH Tortshell and she is really gentle, caring and a lovely mother to her kittens.
The kittens have been breastfed by their mother and are now ready to leave for their new home.
The kittens will be used to cat food and the litter box when they leave.
They will also be familiar with children and other cats.
The kittens are all adorable, they like to play and discover the house. Each day they grow and learn new skills and interact more and more with each other and us.
If you are interested you can contact me on WhatsApp to get more pics and videos and we can schedule a video call for you to see them. You can then secure your kitten with a deposit of 50£.
I will keep you updated with pics and videos while you're waiting for your kitten to be ready to come live with you.
Enjoy the pictures in the gallery and contact me if interested. :)
Location: Edgware, Ha8, north west London
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