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Due to accommodation changes, we have decided to rehome our lovely Alexa. She's a wonderful sweetheart, never steers far and likes calm companionship more than anything else. She can be shy at first but once the walls are down she'll burrow into your heart forever. She's unbelievably affectionate though it may not seem at first sight, overtime you'll find her attached and empathetic with lots of loving affection. We've introduced her to outdoors and she's comfortable there, but prefers to mainly stay indoors.
- 3.5 years old
- without any health issues
- history of vaccinations
- registered with GCCF Championship (BSH pedigree certificate)
- neutered and NOT for breeding
- had never been caged or separated, she's a house pet used to a busy household with other friendly pets
We share many memories together as she can be incredibly playful and engaging, which is just what you sometimes need. I intend to find a perfect home for her, so if you're interested or even curious do please message :-)
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Is the British Shorthair the right pet for your lifestyle? Read our British Shorthair Cat Breed Information. It is important to consider these facts to help you decide whether you are ready for long-term pet ownership.British Shorthair Breed Information
Having been fully recognised since the 1870s, the British Shorthair is one of the world’s oldest cat breed. These kitties have a stocky appearance with a round face, lush cheeks, and a cobby body, boasting a close resemblance to a cute teddy bear.
Yes, British Shorthairs are excellent feline companions to people of all ages. What makes them good pets, you ask? Aside from their cuddly plump body and loveable wide-eyed stare, their sweet personality makes them simply irresistible.
With their sweet temperament and distinctive physical beauty, it’s not hard to understand why British Shorthairs are one of the most popular feline companions amount cat owners.
The British Shorthair or the British blue is a striking pedigree feline. This breed is remarkably photogenic that there are over 4.7 million posts tagged with #britishshorthair on Instagram. Unsurprisingly, this breed won the hearts of many cat lovers, including celebrities and famous personalities. Because of their immense popularity, British Shorthairs have appeared in many commercials, movies, and print ads.