Jack the Pixiebob w Amazing face

Breed: Pixie-bob

Updated: 2nd Feb 2020


Jack would you believe is still a baby yet he is huge for his age and even from a young kitten had a very mature face... which is exactly what we look for in this breed. He is a pure breed top quality pixiebob (he is breeding quality, and would have been good enough to show if he hadn't been born w a full length tail). 
He requires a home with lots to do, and would suit a family with cat savvy children upwards of 6yo. Or another friendly cat/stay at home human so there's a focus "buddy" to hang out with a lot of the time.

He has been an indoor cat his whole life, so would be ideal in a no outdoor access home or home with a catio/secure enclosure w access into the home via a cat flap. I can offer advice on a variety of enclosure options and where these can be purchased if you wish to install one from balcony size to full garden and every size in-between.

Jack was being considered as a stud so wasn't made available until now, he is quite a confident boy but initially he will avoid stranger until he get to know them. He loves fuss and sitting next to you on the sofa, and especially loves feathery toys (goes crazy for them) and his food so it's easy to win him over.

We want him to get a lovely home now we've chosen an alternative Male to breed in 2020. Therefore reducing our price dramatically to open up more placement options for him.

Jack will come w his official reg certificate, received a full course of jabs, 3 vets checks, microchipped, parasite treated, neutered, and a new home pack including 1wks sample food and cat litter plus a toy.

Pixiebobs are a rare breed from USA breed to look wild (mimicking the N. American bobcat), they are very mild/gentle in nature, compared to being dog like (Labrador in disguise). A highly intelligent breed that needs interactive toys, or plenty of play time to keep them happy. They do not manage isolation or loneliness well, and need companionship but on their terms.

Viewings are by appointment only. A retention deposit is required (to get all the vets and transfer of ownership things done) with a view to collect 6 weeks after deposit is received. It takes a full six weeks to get all the vets procedures completed and the transfer done. 

We will not accept a deposit unless we are sure the home you are offering is suitable. Deposits are taken in good faith and a commitment to homing, they are non-refundable as they are spent on costs upon receipt. Therefore please only pay a deposit if you are serious about giving this cat a home. No time wasters please.


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Born on / due:

1st Apr 2019






Breeder Info

Kelly Toyallycoastal Cats Uk

Website: www.totallycoastal.co.uk

Tel: 07488 367797

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