GCCF registered pedigree British Shorthair kittens for sale

Breed: British Shorthair

Updated: 8th Oct 2018


We currently have a litter of British Shorthair kittens Available. They will be ready to leave us 1st/2nd week in October and once they have completed their vaccinations .


Their Mum is our chocolate Tortie queen and their father is our blue imported stud. As their mum is a tortie it means she gives us a bundle of beautiful colours of the British shorthair breed, all the kittens will have gold/orange eyes.


Colours are.. Red male, cream male (reserved), cream male, blue/cream female and lilac female (reserved)


The kittens are born and raised in our home and alongside children and a small dog so they are used to the hustle and bustle of a family house hold.  They come with their GCCF registration and pedigree certificate. They come with 4 weeks free insurance (we encourage all households to choose an insurance after this as pets can get into all sorts of mischief and vets bill can be expensive if you do not have insurance).  They will have been vet checked twice and completed a full course of vaccinations (we include leukaemia vaccination). They will be microchipped prior to leaving and will come with a supply of good, litter and toys.


These kittens are suitable for a family home to a quiet home,  British kittens are very adaptable and simply require a loving home and you will have a friend for life. 



Any further information please contact me. We can also be contacted through our web site baronet cats and also on our Facebook page.


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Born on / due:

11th Jul 2018


British Shorthair


Tyne and Wear


Breeder Info

Baronet Cats

Website: Www.baronetcats.co.uk

Tel: 07868096722

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