5 stunning little characters are looking for a five star forever home, These little cheeky characters have been vet/health checked, microchip ,wormed and flea treated they come with food scent blanket and comprehensive information pack and always 24/7 help and advice
These full of fun characters will make excellent family pets with there amazing temperament, and there full of fun outlook on life
We have :
3 black males - £495.00
1 fawn males- £525.00
visitors are more than welcome to view by appointment
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