Two Brown Tortie Female Burmese Kittens

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Key Facts

Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: Burmese
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 5 months 23 days
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: Yes
Neutered: No
Registered: GCCF
Published on: 24 April 2019
Modified on: 24 April 2019
Location: London, South West London

Advert Details

Two brown tortie Burmese female kittens, GCCF registered, fully inoculated, micro-chipped, 5 weeks free pet insurance with Agria.
The kittens born and brought up in the house, in a spare bedroom. They are being handled a lot since birth which helps them socialise.
Born on 02.03.19 they will be ready to go the their new homes on/after 01.06.19 at 13 weeks old.
Please e-mail me, I do not reply to texts.

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