Meet Max! Max is a fine example of the Siamese breed, with a beautiful wedge shaped head and lilac points. He is a beloved family pet and a very successful stud with 21 of 22 matings being successful. Previous litters have produced Flame, Chocolate, Blue and Lilac points, Blue and Cream Lynx, Tortie, Dilute Tortie, Cinnamon, Tonkinese seal, Lilac oriental and black oriental. Average litter size is 5.
He is extremely affectionate loving and placid and of course beautiful too! He is vaccinated wormed and flead up to date.
He is not registered and has no papers,hence the price. But he produces amazing kittens none the less!.. crosses welcome, we have had BSH X Siamese Sphynx X Siamese, siamese Havana brown and oriental queens.
We can house your queen for up to 3 nights in Jack's private heated quarters. She will have her own cosy bed area and cctv is installed. We try and capture every succeed mating on camera as confirmation to the owners.
The stud fee is payable on first meeting, but if unsuccessful your queen is welcome back on her next call free of charge.
Any questions please text or call me for my quickest response as I'm not always notified of emails on here.
Queens must have their nails trimmed prior to their visit and bring their littertray + litter and own food to avoid upset tummies.
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