British Shorthair and Scottish Fold Kittens for Sale
This page has been updated on December 10, 2016
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Kittens for sale in 2016 in Colorado Springs, CO
No kittens available at this time, we have a waiting list if you want to hear news, send us an email.*
#1 - Chocolate British Shorthair female
Teddy bear. Chubby, heavy boned, cheeky girl.
She will have bright orange eyes. Such contrasting combination makes the cat look simply stunning.
She promises to be a good size cat. Chocolate is very rare color in this breed.
#2 - Chocolate silver classic tabby British Shorthair female. Very rare color for this breed. Beautiful snow white background with chocolate swirls on the sides.
#3 - Cream tabby British Shorthair male
3 months old. He has great personality. Price reduced.
#4 - Blue silver shaded British Shorthair male
3 months old. He has great personality, loves humans and interacts nicely.
Smart. affectionate and curious kitten. Will be a large boy.
If you contacted us and found out these kittens are out of your price range, keep in mind we sometimes have less expensive kittens that may have minor faults. Also check out Adult Cats for adoption page, we have young adults and retired adults that cost 30 - 80% less then young kittens.
* WAITING LIST
If these are not the kittens you are interested in, make sure you are on a waiting list to hear about future availability.
We require personal pick up from Colorado Springs (or Denver, $75 delivery fee), no shipping for young kittens.
We practice natural and holistic care for our pets, cats and kittens are primarily on species appropriate raw meat diet.
A word on Scottish Kilts (a mix of Scottish Fold and Munchkin) - WE DO NOT BREED Scottish Kilts.
Combination of two mutant genes creates severe health problems. Scottish Kilt is not a registered breed, and never will be recognized by any reputable cat registry. Read more on one of our popular Fecebook post about Scottish Kilts, see comments and shares of responsible breeders who understand the dangers of such mixes.
WE DO NOT sell our folded cats or kittens to breeders who will cross them with Munchkins.
We screen and get references on people who are buying a cat from us for breeding.
If you are a breeder looking for a folded ear cat to create a Frankenstein cat, well, save you time and do not contact me.