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    Last One - PURE Ragdoll Blue Mitted BOY*Big Strong Gorgeous Kitten

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    LAST ONE OF 5 - NOW ONLY 1 Blue Point Mitted Boy left, 17 weeks old... The last of our 5 gorgeous kittens born on 13th April. He is the biggest kitten of the litter, and is a strong healthy active boy with all playful curious loving Ragdoll qualities. Mum is our family pet and kittens have been bred and reared in our home and are well socialised, very playful, active and healthy. Mum and babies have been vet checked twice, wormed and flead and come with 5 weeks starter insurance and 1st Vaccination. Potential Stud Cat. All kittens were easily settled in their homes with happiest owners. Note: Sold without pedigree papers/ registration. Please do research about Ragdoll cats to be certain this is the right breed for you. Note: The Ragdoll breed are "house cats" and will be sold as a house cat, as they cannot defend themselves outside. Note that house cats do involve more work managing litter trays etc. Thank you for looking :-)
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