British Shorthair Kittens For Sale

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    Available for reservation: Six British Short Hair Golden Chinchilla colors British Short Hair kittens will be welcoming invitations to join a new families in late August 2019. Expected DOB:06.06.19 from pedigree, TICA registered European champion Golden Point Chinchilla father and Golden Shaded Chinchilla mother. They will be released after completion of vaccinations. As in previous litters, these kitties known for a very playful and sweet, loving personality, they are as curious, engaging, as very affectionate. Easy going and friendly with both, adults and children, they will develop stunning and soft plushy coat, and huge emerald (or sky blue for Points) eyes. Truly adorable! We are mono breeding cattery of Golden Chinchilla British Short Hair cats, based in San Diego, CA. Please PM at (858) 922-9399 for details. You are also welcome to visit us for updates at and Facebook page PreciousbritsSD British Shorthair Kittens For Sale in San Diego, California United States

    Date Born: 03/13/2019
    Date Available: 06/01/2019
    Price Range: $2000
    Deposit: $400
    Champion Bloodline: Yes
    Champion Sired: Yes
    Show Potential: Yes

    Litter Description
    Breed: British Short Hair Color: Golden/Golden Shaded - emerald eyes and /Golden Point-Blue eyes Vaccinated PKD clean

    Whats Included
    TICA registration (upon request) Vaccination record

    Svetlana Gaidarova (858) 922-9399
    • Silver Tales British Shorthair
    • Moses lake, WA
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    We are expecting a few litters this year. These breeding lines were developed about 35 years ago, and successfully established in many European countries. British Shorthair Kittens For Sale in Moses lake, Washington United States

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    Cattery breed cats for sale of rare colors red, chocolate,cinnamon,fawn. We have cats with a champion lines. We do the contract of sale. Our kittens healthy, have TICA registration. We have the following kittens available:blue females and males, chocolate, fawn, red, lilac, cream. All pictures available kittens you can see on our web site page. British Shorthair Kittens For Sale in San diego, California United States

    Date Born: 01/27/2019
    Date Available: 04/14/2018
    Price Range: $1800-$2000
    Deposit: $900-$1000
    Champion Bloodline: Yes
    Champion Sired: Yes
    Show Potential: Yes

    Litter Description
    We have a cinnamon, chocolate, red, fawn, cream, black and blue colors

    Whats Included
    Vaccination, microchip, health certificate, deworming, flea, ticks treatment.

    Olga (857) 207-5346
    • British Empire British Shorthair
    • Aurora, CO
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    Our kittens are raised in the house with much love and attention. All our cats are tested for FeLV, FIV and PKD, and have all been blood-typed. It is my goal to produce kittens of excellent type that are healthy, outgoing, and used to a family environment. British Shorthair Kittens For Sale in Aurora, Colorado United States

    • Gigi Silver Brits British Shorthair
    • Windermere, FL
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    Beautiful silver kittens! Austin was born on Nov 30th. He comes from a long line of champion show cats. He is TICA registered as are his parents, Teddy and Trisha. Austin will have turquoise, blue or green eyes. Most probably he'll have turquoise eyes like his dad, both of his dad's parents and Trisha's mom. Photos and limited pedigree are available on my website - My small, home based cattery is a TICA registered cattery. The first 3 photos are of Austin at 4 weeks, 4th photo is his dad, Teddy and the last photo is his mom, Trisha. There are more photos on my website as well as information about me, my professional career, and my over 40 years' experience, off and on of breeding and showing horses, dogs and cats. I am not a "professional" breeder but a retired professional who loves animals, especially raising babies. I only breed for stints of 2 years or so as I don't think that my pets should be long term breeders. They have 2 or 3 litters and then they are spayed and retired to pet homes. I only breed British Shorthair kittens.Austin will have his first vet appointment on July 18th for his first core vaccination and worming. He will receive a 2nd vaccination in the middle of August as well as his Florida state health certificate. He will then be ready for his new home. Until then, he will be loved and cherished in my home. All of my kittens come with a one year warranty that they are free from a congenital or hereditary disorder which adversely affects the health of the kitten.A $400 deposit will hold this pretty boy. Please see my website for much more information British Shorthair Kittens For Sale in Windermere, Florida United States

    • Hidden Magnolia Silver British Shorthair, Burmilla and Burmese
  • Silver British Shorthairs
    Hidden Magnolia Silver British Shorthair, Burmilla and Burmese

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    Hidden Magnolia is a boutique cattery in Northern Virginia breeding Silver British Shorthair, Burmilla and Burmese cats. Our focus is on health, genetic diversity and personality. We were enchanted by the silver gene carried by the Silver British Shorthair and Burmilla cats and we now offer these breeds. If you want a beautiful silver cat, you've come to the right place. I have one 5 month old female silver shaded available now. I have one litter available for reservation and pick up in February. Click "show more" to see the available kittens. British Shorthair Kittens For Sale in PURCELLVILLE, Virginia United States

    Date Born: 07/02/2019
    Date Available: 12/02/2019
    Price Range: 1200
    Deposit: 200

    Litter Description
    Last one of current availability! Silver Shaded Burmilla/Burmese hybrid female. Newest litter available for reservation for February pick up.

    Whats Included
    Initial shots and deworming. Limited health guarantee. Contract. Parents DNA and disease tested.

    Burmilla Burmese Hybrid
    Goldens and Silver Tabby
    RESHA Lockwood 7574659834

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British Shorthair Kittens For Sale

The British Shorthair is a large, sturdy cat with typically thick blue-gray fur and an easy-going, yet dignified personality. Not generally playful or active, but very devoted and sweet-natured, the breed doesn't generally like to be picked up and carried. However, these cats are fairly tolerant of some physical interaction with children and also get along well with other pets.

Dating all the way back to Egyptian times, the British Shorthair is actually the standard British domestic cat with a pedigree. First established around first century A.D., the breed probably came to Great Britain with the Romans and then interbred with local European wildcats naturally. Also isolated naturally, they ultimately became large, sturdy cats with short, thick coats. Today's British Shorthair, in fact, is almost identical in appearance to its ancient predecessors.

The pedigreed version originated when selective breeding began in the 19th century, with an emphasis on what's now called the "British Blue," or the "English type," as compared to the more fine-boned "Russian type." Some say that artist and cat fancier Harrison Weir played a major role in the standardization. At any rate, the newly named British Shorthair was featured at the first cat show, which was organized by Weir in 1871, held at the Crystal Palace.

The breed began to fall out of favor in the 1890s when Persian and other imported long-haired breeds overtook its popularity. Breeding stock had become rare by the First World War, and as a result breeders began to mix Persian into the bloodline. Those genes ultimately produced the British Longhair, although at the time, those cats were placed into Persian breeding programs. At that time all with the "blue" color were judged together as variations on a single breed, the Blue Shorthair. Outcrossings with the Russian Blue were also common at that time.

After World War I ended, the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy (of the United Kingdom) decided they would only accept third-generation Persian-British crosses. Because of that, true breeding stock was again short by World War II, and the Russian and Persian Blue were reintroduced into the breed. The French Chartreux, an ancient breed that is genetically unrelated but very similar in appearance to the British Blue, was introduced into the mix.

Once World War II was over, breeders began to establish the true original British Blue type, so that by the late 1970s, the British Shorthair was formally recognized both by America's Cat Fanciers' Association and The International Cat Association. According to the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy, as of 2013 the British Shorthair was again the most popular pedigreed cat in Great Britain.

Compact but powerful, this sturdy, balanced puss is broadly built, with a wide chest, thick legs, medium blunt tipped tail, and a massive, rounded head with broad cheeks, a short muzzle (prominent jowls are usually present in adult males), and deep, copper-colored, orange eyes for the standard blue coat.

Slow to mature, this kitty will not fully physically develop until it is about three years of age. The breed has what's known as sexual dimorphism, which means that males and females are distinctly different in size as adults. Males will weigh between 9 and 17 pounds, and females will weigh between 7 and 12 pounds.

Although the British Shorthair is defined by its dense "blue" coat, with a subset of the breed known as the "British Blue," British Shorthairs can also have other coat colors and patterns. Fawn, cinnamon, gold, silver, cream, red, white, and black are all colors accepted in standards, whether tabby, colorpoint, bicolor, or shaded. The International Cat Association and the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy also accept chocolate and the dilute of that, lilac, which is not allowed in CFA standards. Colors and patterns also occur as tortoiseshell variants.

Some have said that the Cheshire cat was based on a British Shorthair. You'll often think that your pet is smiling with that crazy grin so famous to the Alice in Wonderland story. Normally very quiet and dignified, this cat can have bursts of "kitty craziness" that are short-lived and very high energy – and then suddenly, you'll have your quiet, affectionate, dignified companion back. Children and many dogs love British Shorthairs, and this cat will usually tolerate such attention and even give it back as long as it's not too rough.

Undemanding and very calm, this kitty will be both happy-go-lucky and commanding at the same time. Females tend to be more serious than males, but either way, you'll have a devoted shadow. Interestingly, this cat is not a lap-sitter, nor does it like to be carried around. However, it will plop cozily next to you – or sit contentedly nearby. Not naturally active, the British Shorthair is not much of a jumper. This cat will adjust to periods alone but much prefers your company to solitude.

As calm and unassertive as the British Shorthair is, however, this cat is very smart. These kitties are not very physically active but love a good mental challenge. They can learn tricks easily and can entertain themselves endlessly with "puzzle toys," which involve the release of treats.

When you choose your kitten, make sure it has been raised in a home and handled often to ensure proper socialization and a good personality. If possible, meet one or both parents. If the parents have good temperaments, it's likely that their offspring will, too.

The British Shorthair can successfully spend its life indoors and never needs to go out.

Long-lived and generally healthy, the British Shorthair is a resilient cat that will live on average 10 to 12 years. These cats can be prone to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, which is a thickening of the heart muscle, and a hereditary bleeding disorder called hemophilia B. The hemophilia disorder can be screened out by your breeder; a test now identifies carriers or affected cats, although no one can provide such a guarantee for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Avoid any breeder who tries to.

Brush weekly to remove loose hair and distribute skin oil, more often in the fall and spring, when your cat will shed more heavily to prepare for new hair growth. If your pet is a Longhair, it will need to be combed daily to prevent tangles. Check ears for infection and clean with a gentle cleanser and cotton ball if necessary. Teeth brushing, too, should be a regular part of hygiene, with a vet-approved toothpaste, and trim nails when they need it as well.

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