Here we have our big boy, Merlin, up for stud service. He is a large chunky bengal and is very affectionate towards everyone. He is roughly 13 months old and is a very good example of the breed. He carries snow and brown so mixed litters are likely.
He is TICA active registered and from champion bloodlines, as you can see the markings and quality speaks for themselves. We have his 3rd gen certificate available to view.
You will need to bring the queen to us. We recommend females that have had cat interaction before.
The service is NOT refundable. Pictures of previous litters have been uploaded. Please ensure your female is in heat.
You are to bring one of her beds and whatever food she eats incase she doesn't eat ours.
Prices vary whether your cat is registered or not
Non registered- £150 for 2 days, £200 for 3-4 days. We are able to provide a copy of merlins's pedigree so you are able to use it if any kittens are produced.
For registered it's a different price. I have kept prices as reasonable as possible compared to others.
We recommend keeping the female as long as possible to increase successful mating.
You are able to call or message me with any questions.
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According to PDSA’s recent findings, 50% of UK adults own a pet, and 24% of those own a cat. PDSA has estimated that it is roughly equivalent to 10.9 million pet cats in the UK! With this in mind, you might be wondering – what are the most popular cat breeds out of them all?