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Stunning male GCCF ragdoll kitten HCM/PKD clear

Colne
1 week
£850
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Adv. ID
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For sale
Breed
Health Checked
yes
Microchipped by collection date
yes
Neutered
no
Pet Age:
14 weeks, 3 days
Pet Available
2024-05-31
Pet Viewable with Mother
yes
Pets in litter
1 male
Registered
GCCF
Vaccinations up to date
yes
Worm and flea treated
yes
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Description
READY IN 2 WEEKS. FREE REMAINDER OF 3 MONTH FLEA TREATMENT AND A FULL YEAR OF WORMER INCLUDED FROM THE ANIMAL TRUST Beautiful male blue point GCCF registered kitten available from my girl's first litter of only two kittens (we are keeping the girl). Ready for his new home from around 31st May 2024. Words cannot describe how wonderful this little guy is and he will only go to the best family home. From the outset he's been full of character and confident. He's a healthy, chunky, strong ball of fun, with big paws. He's the first to try something or explore somewhere new, and a real bundle of energy! He runs to greet me on a morning when I enter the room to feed him, and he's afraid of nothing. It's literally breaking my heart to see him go 😥 This gorgeous boy has been brought up in a busy family country home, exposed to our moggies, our dog, and has been picked up and received love and cuddles frequently during every day. He is being sold as pet only, non-active on the GCCF register, but if you specifically require active status we can discuss. Note: If you have not had ragdolls before, they are indoor cats, as they do not have the common sense to survive on their own outside. Also they prefer company, so if you have other animals they will benefit from this. As a registered pedigree kitten he can leave us 7 days after his final vaccination (usually 13 weeks). Be 100% assured that you will receive the following: - A high quality kitten - Vet checked, fully vaccinated and chipped, complete with record book - Fleaed and wormed - Registration papers from GCCF - 5 generation pedigree - HCM and PKD tested clear - Free 5 weeks of insurance to get you started - Blanket with the smell of his first home - Fully weaned with a starter sample of food - Litter and scratch post trained - Free bowl and a couple of toys - No quibble lifetime support for the new owners - Kitten agreement As mentioned above, we offer a no-quibble lifetime support and would absolutely love to know how he's getting on in his new home. Deposit secures, viewable anytime (evenings and weekends) or can do video viewings if unsure whether to commit to travelling. Happy to accept payments via the Pets4Homes pet payment scheme for your comfort and security.
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MELANIE B.
Colne
1 week
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£850
MELANIE B.
Colne
1 week
Member since:8 years
Verified by:
Phone
Email
Facebook
Google

We take animal welfare seriously

PAAG promotes responsible pet advertising to help protect animal welfare. That's why Pets4Homes works to ensure all of our adverts meet PAAG's minimum standards.