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    £ 450

    Turkish Angora Khao Manee kittens

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    I have for sale last three Turkish Angora khaoo manee cross white

    kittens from litter of 8 . they are raised at our home with a kitty mummy father can be seen at different address if needed.

    Kittens eats and drinks milk, we supply them best food that we can think of including barf diet to give them best start in life.

    Our kittens normally leave at 8-12 weeks old. They are de-wormed and we litter train them from their 4th week. You will be advised on their worming and their flea protection programme.

    Each kitten comes with a Royal Canin Kitten pack and Kitten milk pack, which you receive when you book the kitten.

    Pedigree papers?

    We do not register any of our kittens with TICA or GCCF as we cannot abide by their strict rules on the cats being free to roam, and therefore cannot register with them.

    Last pics are father and mother

    price is £450 reduced from £550 due to time wasters if you will take two sisters its £800
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