GCCF REG kittens - various unusual colours

Breed: British Shorthair

Updated: 4th Oct 2019


**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 as per GCCF guidelines 



I have seven beautiful kittens from my silver spot girl and red spot boy. 


These kittens are absolutely gorgeous and My Queen has done so well with them. My stud is a very gentle, affectionate boy, always licking and playing. My Queen is also very attentive and loves attention. 


In the litter;

Blue solid - RESERVED 

Chocolate spotty - RESERVED 

Chocolate silver spotted 

Blue spotted 

Chocolate spotted tortie

Chocolate solid 

Black smoke 



All kittens will be; 

13wks old when they leave mum

Vaccinated at 9 & 12wks inc. felv


Care sheet 

Contract of sale


GCCF registration card 


Kitten pack inc. toys, scratch post, food, baby blanket with mums scent 


Kittens can be viewed and reserved, by leaving a £300 deposit, taken off the total amount. 


Viewings held with a max of 2 people and hands sanitised. No other kittens viewings in the same day as mine, please. No pictures of my kittens, unless a deposit is left - this protects the safety of my home/cats/kittens and reduces the risk of others using my pictures to sell their kittens.


Parents can be seen, documents checked and pkd tested. I show my cats, and only breed for continuation of established lines - NOT for profit


Listing viewed 173 times



Born on / due:

9th Aug 2019


British Shorthair




Breeder Info

Michelle Danson

Tel: 07445178116

View Breeder

BreedersOnline Safety Notice

  • Never buy a puppy or kitten without visiting it first, ideally more than once.
  • Never send money using a service like Money Gram or Western Union.
  • If a puppy or kitten is advertised as pedigree - make sure you see the certificates before paying.
  • Be wary if you cannot see the puppy's or kitten's mother, if you are unsure - walk away. Always ask #wheresmum
  • Do some research on the breed first - make sure it suits your lifestyle.

We, BreedersOnline, do our best to prevent the majority of scammers from using the BreedersOnline website, but we cannot guarantee that all adverts are placed by genuine people. You should therefore make sure you are careful when contacting advertisers. Under no circumstances will BreedersOnline be liable in any way for any loss or damage of any kind incurred as a result of the use of any content listed, emailed or otherwise made available via the website.