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British Shorthair White Silver. Breeder of Silver Pedigree British Shorthair Kittens. As a breeder of British Shorthairs I take pride in producing healthy kittens with outstanding temperaments. Find British Shorthair Cats and Kittens for sale in the UK near me. Advertise, Sell, Buy and Rehome British Shorthair Cats and Kittens with Pets4homes

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the breeder of british shorthair cats and british longhair cats of silver shaded, golden shaded, and chinchilla colors with blue and green eyes. we offer kittens for sale and adoption. our cattery is located in washington state, usa British Shorthair is one of the most popular breeds of pets most especially in the United Kingdom. Despite its large size, this cat is easy going and very affectionate making it a good companion and family pet. If you are planning to bring a cat to your home, there are lots of important things that you need to take into consideration to ensure that it will grow healthy and live comfortably and. We adopted Kira (British Shorthair, white and silver) back in July. She adjusted quickly and ventured out of her carrier in less than 10 minutes of settling her down in the bedroom. Since then she’s been full of energy and developing her silly personality.

Breeder of Silver Pedigree British Shorthair Kittens. As a breeder of British Shorthairs I take pride in producing healthy kittens with outstanding temperaments.

1. Key Characteristics of British Shorthairs. Height: 12–14 inches Weight: 7–17 pounds Life Expectancy: 12–20 years The British Shorthair is often referred to as a “teddy bear” cat thanks to the round face and dense, furry coat. In British Glory Cattery we breed beautiful British shorthair kittens of chinchilla silver shaded and golden shaded colors with green and blue eyes 1. Key Characteristics of British Shorthairs. Height: 12–14 inches Weight: 7–17 pounds Life Expectancy: 12–20 years The British Shorthair is often referred to as a “teddy bear” cat thanks to the round face and dense, furry coat. Although the British Shorthair is the most even-tempered of cats, this variation is a reminder of its wild tabby-patterned ancestors. Brown tabbies were among the first British Shorthairs to appear in cat shows in the 1870s, and red and silver versions became popular early on in the breed's history.