Registered pedigree bengal kittens

Breed: Bengal


GCCF and or TICA registered with a pedigree on collection, all my cats are dual registered for show purposes. 2 Snow 2 Brown Rosetted Boys 1 Snow and 1 Brown Rosetted Girl. Sire Champion Silverglam Lunar Eclipse, Dam Owlsdene Harmony. My wonderful kittens with fabulous glittering in their coats and amazing plush pelts. These wonderful kittens have fantastic pedigrees and will come wormed, fully inoculated with both initial full vaccinations, Stronghold (which covers additional worming ticks fleas and earmites) and litter trained. All kittens are home-raised and are used to children and dogs. All Kittens come with a free kitten pack which includes kitten food, litter, toys and a blanket, Microchipped, pedigree and four weeks free PetPlan insurance. Ready from Monday 10th Jan 2011. PLEASE NOTE: Many kittens are advertised as pedigree but the sellers cats may only be registered as pets so not considered good enough to have been bred from. They are often not registered breeders (I am a registered cattery with the GCCF & TICA, my prefix for both is PantheraJedi and I follow strict breeding protocols) these unscrupulous non registered breeders may make excuses about you not receiving the papers you are entitled to on neutering your new kitten. These kittens are often cheaper but are usually NOT WORMED, VACCINATED OR MICRO-CHIPPED and this is why they are cheaper. In the long run purchasing pedigree kittens from registered breeders is often less expensive and less stressful for the Kittens and new owners.


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Tracy Baker


Tel: 02083910134

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