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Below you will find details & pictures of any AVAILABLE KITTENS/CATS

COVID 19

Although it is true that the majority of multi-cat households have Coronavirus, this is NOT COVID 19. Humans can not catch the feline type of Coronavirus and your beloved pet can not contract Covid 19 from you should you be unlucky enough to get it. Your pet may just be the one thing that will help you to get through these unpredictable times. This explanation should have been issued by the GCCF and/or breed specific Cat Clubs, but they seem more inclined to bother about human welfare !

KITTENS born 28th April 2020 to FelinoCoons Tauriel (aka Pickle) & Brilthor Alatar Istari (aka Al), details & photos below at 3 weeks old. 

BRILTHOR AGATHA CHRISTIE-Tortie Silver Mackerel Tabby Female-RESERVED

BRILTHOR WILKIE COLLINS-Red Classic Tabby Male-RESERVED

KITTENS born 5th April 2020 to Brilthor Euridice (aka Euri) & Tollykit Grendel, details and photos below at 8 weeks old.

BRILTHOR AUGUSTA GREGORY-Silver Tabby & White Female-RESERVED

BRILTHOR BETSY VANDENAREND-Silver Tabby & White Female-RESERVED

BRILTHOR SYLVESTRO PALMA-Silver Tabby & White Male-RESERVED

BRILTHOR ZARAH LEANDER-Brown Tabby & White Female-RESERVED

KITTENS born 15th March 2020 to Patramuiry Petraparrie (aka Bubbles) & Brilthor KayCee, details and photos below at 11 weeks old.

BRILTHOR CHAMELEON            Cream Mackerel Tabby Female - SOLD

BRILTHOR LADY MARMALADE Cream Classic Tabby Female - SOLD

BRILTHOR PHOENIX Cream Mackerel Tabby Female - SOLD

WARNING - beware of buying so-called Pedigree kittens without papers , you have no guarantee that what you are buying is that which is claimed, they may come from registered pedigree parents, but more often than not, only one is pedigree & the kittens just look vaguely like the breed ! They will probably not have been vaccinated or health checked by a vet so you’ll have this expense for a start, if the female has got out & the litter sired by the local tom your vets bill could be considerable. Often these kittens are sold by people who have bought a registered pedigree kitten as a pet and don’t see why they can’t make some money by having a few litters, however kittens sold as pets are not always suitable for breeding, for various reasons, so you may well be buying yourself heartache and a lot of expense ! If you are keen on a particular breed, but can’t quite manage the full kitten price, have a word with some breeders, who may have adults for rehoming, a lot less expensive but you still get all the paperwork also most of the Breed Clubs run rehoming schemes, so may be worth contacting.