Grand Imperial 5 champion bloodline gold british short hair stud

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Key Facts

Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: British Shorthair
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 1 - 3 Years Old
Registered: GCCF
Has the pet been health checked: Yes
Health check(s) have been done: Up to date vacancies deformed deflead
Published on: 16 April 2024
Modified on: 16 April 2024
Location: Nottingham

Advert Details

Gold Ny11, GCCF & TICA Active Chunky 7.5 KG boy, from Champion Bloodlines, is available for stud duties.

He is a fully health tested Grand Imperial Champion with 5 generations of pedigree. IMPORTED FROM POLAND.


He is chunky and has a heavy body weight but gentle natured to visiting Queens and gets the job done. He is highly fertile and has consistently helped produce big, good sized healthy litters. He has gorgeous green eyes & dominant Gold genes; and consistently produces this colour. I have uploaded a few pictures of some of his gorgeous babies. One of his recent litters shown in the advert pictures were sold for £2000 per kitten.

*Grand Imperial Champion bloodlines
*5 Generations pedigree
*Gorgeous green eyes
• FIV/FELV Negative (clear)
• PKD/ALPS Negative (clear)
• Blood group B (compatible with all blood groups).
• Up to date on all his vaccinations
• Flead and wormed regularly
• Snap tested regularly and clear
*Certificate of entirety

Your Queen will stay INDOORS IN OUR HOUSE in our stud room where she will feel safe & happy, rather than in an outdoor cattery. She will stay for 3-5 days until she stops showing signs of being in heat and you will receive daily updates and videos!
We can provide food for the duration of her stay, unless she is on a special diet. Please make sure your Queen is in full call before bringing her as stud fee is non refundable. A Second mating will be available free of charge if the first was unsuccessful (within 8 weeks of the first mating).

Mating certificate and copy of his 5 generations champion bloodlines Pedigree would be provided to Active queens.

** All visiting Queens must be fully vaccinated with an up to date vaccination record, recently flead / wormed and have her claws clipped prior to visit. We can accommodate at short notice.

**Non refundable Stud Fee payable upon arrival at first visit**


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