It is with an extremely heavy heart I am having to give up my beautiful 11 month old Persian silver tabby kitten Nala. She is GCCF registered from a five generation purebred exotic bloodline of Persian chinchilla. We are only selling her as we are moving house. Nala is the most beautifully behaved cat I have ever seen. She is socialised around children and is affectionate but also very independent. She sleeps most of the day and uses the scratch post and litter box well. Nala is fully vet checked, microchipped, vaccinated, PKD negative flea treated and worm treated although she has never been outside. She has the quietest, sweetest miaow and the softest, most well-groomed fur.
I am so gutted to have to give her up and she must only go to a loving house where she will be as cherished as she has been with us.
Nala has a brother, Simba who is also listed for sale. It would be preferable if they can be together but is not a necessity.
She will go with a box of her favourite wet food, a bag of her favourite dry food, a cat bed and a cat scratch post if desired.
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