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Sensitive Loving Soul Who Will Steal Your Heart 🩵

Bexhill-on-Sea
6 hours
£650
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Adv. ID
ONUWikBzV
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1609
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Adv. Location
Advert Type
For sale
Breed
Health Checked
yes
Microchipped by collection date
yes
Pet Age:
4 months, 17 days
Pet Available
2024-04-26
Pet Viewable with Mother
yes
Pets in litter
2 female / 3 male
Vaccinations up to date
yes
Worm and flea treated
yes
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Description
Can't believe no one has snapped up this special guy, hes super loving and cuddly, after every meal he comes to snuggle and cuddle he really is amazing This will be longer than most adverts but very detailed so you have lots of information 😃 We are proud to share our life with our very beautiful, Loving and effectionate, Ragdoll Pride 😍 All our cats have free roaming of our home and their own custom built outdoor cattio. They're all of amazing temperament and outstanding beauty, I often sit and admire how beautiful they are. Our Ragdoll cats are a part of our family ❤️ they run this house we are the slaves. We are looking for very special pet homes for our available babies, we are searching to find people who are NOT interested in breeding and are only looking for a companion in life, our cats have lots of personality and love to give, they enjoy cuddling and playing. They form very strong bonds and only ask for food, water, love and cuddles in return ❤️ I would like to mention I am not against breeding at all, I breed myself. My issue is the world is changing and many people now breed to live from the income, we have enough breeders right now. I dont breed often and I spend alot of money on raising my kittens and our family cats. Food, litter, new toys and cattery upgrades every penny you spend on one of our babies goes back into out own cats keeping them happy and healthy. Why Buy A Ragdoll? You should have researched this breed but if you haven't, I will briefly mention a few breed traits. * This breed is a fluffy breed, they shed fur and you will need to groom them so keep this in mind. *Very social breed, they adore human companionship. * This breed are big cats, our ragdolls inparticular are very large and heavy and like to sit on us for a cuddle!! *Ragdolls are very laid back, they do not fair well outside, their laid back attitude can lead to them having a higher chance of getting injured, hurt or killed. Their beauty can lead to people stealing them or believing they've been lost and taking them in. For reasons linked to the last trait mentioned above I am only looking for homes with people who have or are willing to agree to the following. *Keep them indoors (this isn't cruel but you will have to work harder to provide a fulfilled life) *Buy or build a Cattery so you can give your cats access to some safe secure outdoor space. *Secure your garden so your cats can not climb out, this can be researched online but is very popular. *Walk your ragdoll on a lead and harness to give them some safe "world time" this might sound crazy but it's becoming more popular, I have done this myself with success. I have owners of our babies who take them to the beach, if you are slow and patient you can push past what's consider a normal boundary for a cat like any cat they are individual, I'm sure some ragdolls have lived outside and manged well, I have made my requiements based on what I feel is best for my babies futures, I appreciate the above requirements aren't for everyone, my advice is seek other breeds if you want a free roaming outside cat 🙂 regardless I wish you the best in finding the right kitten for your family. The fun stuff 😍 while living with us our kittens are raised with love and affection, they share our home, sleep in our beds and are also around our dogs, so very social, they're handled constantly. We keep our kittens untill 11-16 weeks old so they can learn good behaviour from mum and there siblings, our goal is to take our time to give our babies the best start, not get them rehomed as soon as possible. We have one Blue colourpoint Lynx male still searching for his home. He has lovely stripes across his legs and head. This amazing boy I playfully call naughty norman, only because he doesnt like to share food 🤣 actually Norman is very sweet and loving, apart from his fear when he met a youngster he's been one of the most friendly and playful when meeting new people. I am looking for a home without young children who might try to grab him, after a viewing with a youngster we came to the conclusion he's petrified of them, in time I am sure he would adjust, but I feel he would likely be more suited to a child free home. However older calmer children would be considered, He loves to cuddle for hours and purrs very loud 😍 while waiting for his family he has been building car confidence and visiting the beach Parents to our babies have produced Big cats and these kittens will likely be big chunky Adults please keep this in mind. Each kitten will leave us - Fully Vaccinated - Microchipped - Vet subscribed Flea and Wormer - Litter trained - Scratch post Savvy - Carrying A Kitten Pack - Very well socialised - Vet Checked - Free insurance (1 Month) - Groomed Daily - Some changeover food, we use Katkin or Homemade (I make my own food by steaming meat, veg, organ meat so they've had the best start) - Most Important My Lifetime Support (Can't keep your cat any longer, Im always here, you can bring them back at any time no matter the circumstances) We are always here, We care about our babies and want to ensure none end up in bad or rescue situations, for this reason, we offer a lifetime support plan on all our babies. I recommend you come to meet our babies and then leave to think over how you feel. We offer no pressure to buy and encourage people to go away and really consider the commitment involved in adding a kitty to your family who can live for up to 20+ years, it's a huge decision. I hope I've answered all your questions if not feel free ask To weed out anyone who didn't read my full advert please start your message to me with the word Bubble 🤣 This will help me find the people who took the time to read it all. A good home is more important than money, I chose £750 because I'm looking for a financially stable owner. I've also done all the Vaccinations and microchip, vet check to ensure you buy a very healthy kitten 🙂
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Stefan L.
Bexhill-on-Sea
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£650
Stefan L.
Bexhill-on-Sea
16 hours
Member since:1 year
Verified by:
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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.