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 Post subject: 4 Adult Persians Need Homes -- CA
PostPosted: Mon Aug 16, 2010 10:49 pm 

Joined: Mon Aug 16, 2010 9:54 pm
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Location: Anaheim, CA
I will elaborate on each cat once I get home and get their papers out. All cats are less than 4 years old.

Available to pet or breeding homes:

BLUE - Solid blue female from Topcattery
-has never been bred
-PKD negative
-CFA registered

BABY GIRL - Blue cream female from KelsKits Cattery
-has never been bred
-PKD negative
-CFA registered
Here is a kitten picture.. will get updated ones.

Pet only homes

BROWNIE - Brown tabby female from Joleigh's Persians
-has never been bred
-will go on a spay contract
-CFA registered
-she has one eye, she has been through * since she was a kitten and does not need to be put through labor and delivery of kittens. Right after she arrived off the plane she needed an eye surgery.. the surgery failed and we took her to a specialist where she had her eye removed and a prosthetic ball put in.. months later her body rejected the implant and it was removed. Her eye is sewn shut and has been completely healed since she was a kitten.
Her kitten picture:

MIKEY - Copper eyed white male from Topcattery/KitzPaws Cattery
-CFA registered
-will come on a neutering contract
-PKD positive but 100% healthy. Once I learned of PKD he was 2 years old and I had all my cats tested by UC Davis. Unfortunately he came back positive.. but there is nothing wrong with him. He is a sweetheart and thinks he is human!

Located in California, WILL NOT ship. No set adoption fees, looking for fantastic homes first and foremost. It's heartbreaking to have to let them all go. I have spent thousands and need GOOD homes for my babies now. Serious inquiries only!

**will get recent and better photos upon request.. all cats currently have lion cuts**

 Post subject: Re: 4 Adult Persians Need Homes -- CA
PostPosted: Fri Aug 20, 2010 3:18 pm 

Joined: Wed Jun 02, 2010 3:18 pm
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They are all little beauties. I'm sure they will find nice homes soon.


Should I eat that bug?

My sleepy sweetie

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