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Ready Now TICA Bombproof Family Bengal Kittens

Warminster
15 hours
£585
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Details
Adv. ID
dwN_VwSUE
Views
2903
Favourites
56
Adv. Location
Advert Type
For sale
Breed
Health Checked
yes
Microchipped by collection date
yes
Neutered
no
Pet Age:
14 weeks, 6 days
Pet Available
2024-05-02
Pet Viewable with Mother
yes
Pets in litter
2 male
Registered
TICA
Vaccinations up to date
yes
Worm and flea treated
yes
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Description
Ready now. Snow and brown TICA Bengal Kittens. Thoroughly used to the busyness and fun of family life. Gently handled and played with daily. Will leave for their new homes double-vaccinated, microchipped, and vet-checked. Rosetted brown and rosetted seal mink snow males. We have been handling the kittens daily and they are very happy to be stroked, cuddled, held and played with. They are very sociable kittens and becoming very used to a busy household. The kittens were born and raised in the heart of our family home, and will be thoroughly used to all the sights and sounds of a busy family household from the very start. They are exposed daily to vacuuming, television sounds, washing machine/tumble dryer, young, and older children, including all the noises of a young baby and toddler. The kittens are raised around our other cats and our family dog. All of our kittens are very friendly, curious and playful, and full of energy, and will are played with daily by our children. The kittens will be available to view with their mother in our home. Mum and Dad have both been genetically tested clear for PRA-b and Pk-def. The kittens will come: - Double-vaccinated - Microchipped - Vet checked twice - Treated preventatively for parasites - 5-weeks free pet insurance - Cosy blanket, smelling of Mother and littermates - TICA paperwork upon proof of neutering within 6-months - Pedigree generations certificate Please feel free to visit our Facebook page Berean Bengals for more photos and videos. https://www.facebook.com/BereanBengals Please contact me to arrange viewing, and to ask me any questions that you might have. I would also like to hear a little about yourselves please. Thank you.
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Berean Bengals
Warminster
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£585
Berean Bengals
Warminster
27 minutes
Member since:1 year
Berean Bengals
Verified by:
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We take animal welfare seriously

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