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British Shorthair cats make wonderful indoor pets and do well in apartments. They can adapt to any size household, and they are particularly good with children and other pets. The British Shorthair kittens and cats are perfect pets for single people as well as families who have a busy schedule. These beautiful cats are very happy to simply laze around the house or play by themselves.
The typical British Shorthair cat is a friendly, affectionate and gentle companion. British Shorthair kittens and cats are intelligent. They are known for their good health. British Shorthair cats can live a long, healthy life with proper nutrition, love and care. Make sure that your furry friend's diet is adapted to the living conditions and individual needs. An adolescent, energetic kitten needs a different diet than a less active older cat. British Shorthair cats, like all other cats, are carnivores so they need a high-protein diet that is varied and well-balanced. We provide British Shorthair care guide at the time that the kittens go to the new homes.
SilverBrook British Shorthair kittens are all guaranteed to be healthy. All our cats have tested negative for HCM, PKD, FLV and FIV. Kittens have all needed immunizations and registration papers. They are all well-socialized in the family environment. All SilverBrook British Shorthair kittens are loved and enjoy being handled. SilverBrook cattery is registered with The International Cat Association (TICA). SilverBrook British Shorthair cattery is located in Seattle-Tacoma area in Washington State.
The deposit to reserve a kitten is non-refundable. We reserve the right to refund a deposit for any reason. We also reserve the right to refuse the sale of any kitten at any time without providing any reason. We take care in selecting the best loving homes for our kittens. The kittens leave our house at the minimum age of 12 weeks as required by TICA.
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All of SilverBrook cats and kittens are registered with The International Cat Association (TICA).