Scottish Fold Orange Male kitten is available to a new loving home. Kitten can go to a new home by law and receive health certificate once they are 2 months old, but I recommend to wait till they are at least 2.5 - 3 months old.
Our kittens are born and raised in Florida, where the kittens gets lots of attention and becomes very friendly and communicative with others. The kitten is litter trained and has a cuddly and playful personality. Our kittens come to their new homes eating solid foods and having good manners.
They are NOT brought over from another continent on long flights, a journey that has negative effects on a kitten's health. Our kittens are NOT sold only by photo or using one photo for many kitten advertisements. Pay attention when buying kittens that you can keep an eye on them from birth to the age of going to a new home. In our cattery we update how kittens grow by photos and videos. Facetime and personal visits are always available.
INCLUDED: Florida State Certified Health Certificate. First immunization (feline Rhinotracheitis, Calici, Panleukopenia, Chlamydia Psittaci, and feline Leukemia). De-wormings and flea regiment.
We also offer 1 year genetic health guarantee for an extra 20% of kitten's price.
Cattery TICA registered.
Reserving a kitten is a $200-300 deposit that can send via Paypal or Venmo. Kittens can be shipped with United Cargo for $215. Paid directly to the Air company. Vet travel document with your info and special travel carrier is $100. You can pay for vet over the phone or through me. If you already own a travel carrier, you can ship it to me to use.
10% disocunt if you buy more than 1 kitten.
Website: www.britishscottishkittens.com (highly recommended on desktop)
Phone: (text preferred) 347-855-9482
We also invite you to come and visit the kittens. If you are unable, I can also Facetime with you and show you the kitten's life.
Created On: 04-05-2018
Updated On: 07-07-2018
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