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Mum and dad are both registered with GCCF and tested for HCM clear results can be seen! I could put one of these lovely babies on active to the right breeder please contact me for details . Kitten colours and sex as follows: x1 Seal mitted girl x1 Seal lynx mitted girl x1 Seal mitted boy x1 Seal Lynx mitted boy The kittens come with: 4 weeks insurance Worm/flee prevention Vaccinations Neutered if possible Royal canin kitten pack Kitten care sheet. Kitten contract Lifetime support Deposits (non refundable) now being taken to reserve kitten of choice.
RUSSIAN BLUE X FOR SALE Female Spayed 1 year old Litter/cat flap trained Fantastic with children, very friendly and loving, gets on well with other cats, not too keen on dogs. For sale due to relationship breakdown, must go ASAP. Please text only, GOOD HOME PLEASE!
Hi I have my seal mink Bengal boy for sale. He is on the TICA active register. He has produced 4 litter. He is very gentle with female and very calm friendly boy . He will come with his vaccinations card and his pedigree and TICA transfer slip. Pet £500 active £700
This is Talulah, Lula for short. She is approximately 2 years old, white all over. Poor Lula had a rough start as she was rescued from a nicknamed “horror house” along with several other cats. She was then rehomed. However her new owners then sadly abandoned her once again. She’s currently in a foster home for the rescue, she’s understandably nervous at first and will need to be an indoor cat, but once she gets to know you she’s full of affection, loves a fuss and is very chatty. She would suit a quieter home without young children or dogs. She’s ok around older cats but becomes very distressed around kittens. If you feel you can give Lula a home where she can feel safe and loved then please get in contact. Homechecks and donation apply, as with all our cats. Due to our small numbers, we are currently only able to conduct home checks within the fylde coast area.
Due to our impending move and downsizing we feel that it’s not fair for our kids to be in a smaller home when they could have a better life running around in a larger home like they are used too. So with heavy heart we are looking for a forever home for our daughter Styx. She is a companion for life. Has to be with you, so well-behaved, shouts if she thinks she hasn’t had enough love, adores her belly rubs- super hard rubs. She has been with us since birth (pics of her as a kitten included) so we know everything about her from watching her being born to her now. Ideally a home with not as many cats as us or maybe if you had a dog she’d be happy for life. She doesn’t like to share love ;) She’s on hard food, despite the other kids eating anything she has likes to stick to this only and loves it when we add water so she can drink the flavoured water. She is a petite grey very attractive girl. She’s a very clean young lady, as some Sphynxs rely on their baths for getting rid of the oils. And she has what we call Limey eyes - lemon and lime tones. If you think you could be Styx new mum or Dad or both we would love to meet you and you her. It’s important to us to know what home she will be going to and assure us of the love she’ll get and so so so deserves. Feel free to ask any questions.
Introducing kitten to cat for the first time can be quite stressful both to you and your resident cat. We have mentioned it in our previous blog that felines tend to have abrupt changes in their behaviour when exposed to too much stress.read more
Regular veterinary visits are important to keep your beloved pets healthy. However, vet visits can be incredibly traumatic to pets. This can cause physiological and behavioural changes in your pet such as an increase in heart rate and/or temperature.read more
Three good-natured Estonian construction workers endeavoured to save a distressed dog from an icy river. As the incident unfolds, they were met with startling truth that the docile canine they had rescued was far from a typical dog.read more
If your dog pulls on the lead, it does not mean he wants to be the alpha dog. Believe it or not, the reason is far simpler than you might think. Dogs naturally move at a quicker pace than humans, so there’s a tendency to pull ahead when excitement sets in. The eagerness to explore the surroundings triggers your dog’s instinct to run ahead and drag you along. It’s a natural dog behaviour that must be managed so that daily walks would be an enjoyable experience.read more