GCCF Registered kittens - various

Breed: British Shorthair

Updated: 31st May 2021


**NOTE - these are FULL pedigree kittens, guidelines have been adhered to by the GCCF rules (similar to the Kennel Club). Therefore I’ve done pkd testing, blood tests and raised these kittens in a HOME environment. Yes, they are cheaper kittens on this site BUT they are BYB in it for a profit. Please do your research - I am drained at hearing unsettling things that have happened when buying a “BSH” cheap** 



Read for new homes from the 29/10/2019


My beautiful Blue spotted Queen and my Red spotted stud have produced four lovely kittens.


My Queen won her first cc in her first show, and has a gorgeous personality.  Redford my Stud constantly licks and again is a very friendly boy.


Kittens will be;

9&12wk vaccinated

Insured for 5wks

Pedigree certificate

GCCF Card 

Care sheet

Contract of sale 

Kitten pack 


Kittens will be 13wks when they live for their new homes, no kitten will leave before this due to GCCF guidelines.  I am a fully certified GCCF breeder and all my cats are health checked/pkd tested.


Deposit £275.00 holds kitten of choice and receipt is given via email. 

Kittens will be delivered due to covid - adopting social distancing, mask and sanitising 


Lilac boy 

lilac spot boy 

Chocolate spotty boy 

Chocolate torite girl 

blue girl 


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Born on / due:

12th Mar 2021


British Shorthair




Breeder Info

Michelle Danson

Tel: 07445178116

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