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Key Facts

Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: Bengal
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 1 year 3 months 9 days
Microchipped: No
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: No
Neutered: No
Registered: No
Location: Luton, Bedfordshire

Advert Details

Hi I’m looking for a forever home for my two bengals . Price is £500 each
The snow is a female she is 7 months old super friendly loves lots of cuddles and to play she not spayed she had her jabs
And the brown one is a male he is 7 and half months old not been done yet
He’s so friendly and is super active loves playing also has had his jabs done
They are not registered
Good homes only
No time wasters please
Only text if interested
No emailes please
No shipping and no PayPal

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