Snow Serengeti kittens from Bengal x Oriental lines - Blyth , Northumberland, United Kingdom
would reduce if went together. 100% genuine registered Serengeti kittens – which means their origins are from a Bengal and Oriental shorthair mating, NOT an unrecognised and unregistered Siamese to Bengal mating.
Please do not be misled into parting with your money for something that is not what it is advertised as being, unlike my beautiful blue eyed Snow kittens. One girl with grey spots and one boy who's spots are just starting to show on his tummy. (looks like he will be apricot "ginger" spotted). These kittens are very chunky and look like they are going to be huge. They will come fully registered with all their papers, 4 weeks free insurance, food, bedding, toys, fully wormed, vaccinated, flea free, life time of support and from a fully registered TICA breeder for £350. Or can go now without 2nd injection and papers for price showed.
Ready to go at 13 weeks old on July 4th but will keep till after holidays if required. To permanent indoor home only, they have been born and raised in a family home with lots of love and attention, very friendly, healthy, active and playful. After a long play session they love nothing more than to curl up on your knee to go to sleep. Dad is 'Spots on the lake cougar' owned by Jay of azchandara serengetis. Last picture is of Mother.
Price is for pet only.
If you require any further information please don’t hesitate to contact.
£50 non refundable deposit secures.
This is a confident and friendly breed, which should get on well with other family pets if introduced carefully. They are very active, loving to climb and play with a variety of toys as well as rushing about at top speed and jumping on and off things in their way. Despite the high level of activity, the Serengeti is a very people-orientated breed that loves almost constant interaction with their human family, often choosing to follow their chosen favourite around the home. Although they are fairly vocal and love to chat with their owners, their voices are not quite as loud or strident as their Oriental forebears. They are usually happy to adapt to being indoor cats, as they tend to connect with people rather than the environment, although as they are such a large active breed, they need a reasonable amount of space to move around in.
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