I have a beautiful female silver /charcoal rosetted Bengal kittens available for reservation. **Her brother & sister are now reserved** This wild looking kitten has stunning markings that will continue to develop as she matures. She is already starting to show a loving playful temperament & love to roll on her backs wanting to be fussed! This litter will be registered with TICA (The International Cat Association).
She will be ready to leave to go to her new home in mid June when she is 13 weeks old, after she has had both sets of initial vaccinations.
Both her parents are owned by ourselves. Mum, Ebony, is a rare silver smoke Bengal from imported lines (Sumarum & Garra de Kato) Dad, Caramac also has a great pedigree & is a stunning seal mink who has recently become a grand champion on the show circuit.
Both parents are negative for PkDef & PRA_b.
The price includes the following:
** 2 vets checks**2 sets of initial vaccinations**Preventative flea & worming treatment**4 Generation Pedigree**Microchip** 4 weeks free insurance wth Petplan
The kittens are raised in our family home & many hours are spent interacting with them so they will be well socialised upon leaving us & will be used to the usual household noises & comings & goings, vacuum cleaner etc.
A deposit (non returnable) of £250 is required to reserve her, please contact me if you would like to arrange a viewing.
Please find more information about me and my cats on my website & Facebook page 😺
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