Pedigree Black Golden Ticked Kittens (Greenwich)

Breed: British Shorthair

Updated: 21st Feb 2018


 We have a new litter of 5, two boys and three girls. The British Shorthair cat is a fiercely loyal, loving cat and will attach itself to every one of its family members. The Shorthair has a quiet voice and it  loves to sit next to you and be your companion. This is a cat with a moderate activity level. They are energetic during kittenhood, but usually they start to settle down by the time they are one year old. When they run through the house, they can sound like a herd of elephants but it happens very rarely. British Shorthairs are not destructive; their manners are those of a proper gentleman, not a soccer hooligan. They welcome guests confidently and welcome any family member.


The parents have an amazing character, calm and loving nature and friendly with the children. We hope the kittens will inherit their parents’ characters. Our babies are handled and hugged daily in our home, having a very friendly and laid back character. They have very dense fur and are growing as chubby kittens with large bone structure. Before the kittens are ready to go to their new homes they will be fully litter trained, vet checked and wormed. Lifetime of support for all our little darlings.

Kittens will come with:

GCCF registered, non active register



5 Generations Pedigree,
Fully Vet checked Twice
Fully Vaccinated, Leukemia included
Treated with - Fleas, mites & worms
4 Weeks insurance (Pet plan)

The kitten guide - to help you through the first year,
Litter trained & Scratch post trained,
Kitten pack - Royal Canin Baby Cat


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