1yr written health guarantee, 1st set of shots, dewormed, fully weaned, fully litter trained and extremely socialized!
If you like Show Quality Persian cats with flat faces, then this is the kitten for you! This beautiful Silver Shaded Male was born on April 12th 2018 which. He is just over 4 weeks old, so he is just now learning to play and use the litter box etc. he will be available for adoption in about 3-5 weeks from now depending on how quickly he is weaned. So now is a very good time to reserve him. This one here is 100% SHOW QUALITY. Just look at that face! You'll be hard pressed to find a better quality face than this one. It simply doesn't get any better. He's absolute perfection. When it comes to overall beauty and personality, it's really hard to beat a classic silver Shaded Persian. They are a very majestic breed. For reservations I require a deposit of $200. This can be paid in person, or through PayPal. It goes towards the full purchase price. The remaining balance is to be paid upon pick up of the kitten. Both parents are here on the premesis with the kittens. The kittens are PDK and FeLV negative. They are coming from grand champion bloodlines on BOTH sides! When you see them in person, their quality will amaze you. The kittens are shown nothing but love from the moment they are born and their demeanor reflects that. They are VERY socialized and absolutely love being held and snuggled. I can send many more pictures and videos upon request. These pictures hardly do any justice to the true beauty, personality and demeanor of the kittens. I am not a professional photographer by any stretch of the imagination. I think videos are actually the best way to get a good feel for the looks and personality of the kittens. Just click on the "watch" link and you'll see a cute little video of him playing. Feel free to contact me with any question. Thanks for looking :)
Created On: 05-17-2018
Updated On: 05-17-2018
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