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Royal Tails
Breeder of British Shorthair
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Royal Tails has been visited by a member of the Pet Path screening team and has passed our welfare standards.
Founding member
Royal Tails has been supporting responsible breeding since the very start.

We are small Council licensed indoor cattery. All our cats are our family pets, they are raised in the usual household environment and are used to usual day to day life, all the hustle and bustle, picking up, cuddles and kisses. We raise them on both raw and shop bought cat food, alongside the dry food, hence new pawrents have a choice what to feed their furrbabies. We also attend TICA cat shows so if you want to see some of our Queens and Kings - you are very welcome to visit (it's a great event anyway, any cat lover would love it!). We like to stay in touch with new parents and are really grateful for any updates. On the other hand, we are always here for new cat owners and are happy to help with anything we can. *** Cats are like chips - you can't just have one. :) ***

Litters
  • Mother

    Name
    Bulka

    Father

    Name
    Ch X-Ray of Kotoffski
    Born on 6th March 2022
Parents
Breeding parents should always be registered as pedigree with a governing body.
Bulka, Mother
british shorthair
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Holly, Mother
british shorthair
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Ice, Father
british shorthair
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Ch X-Ray of Kotoffski, Father
british shorthair
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Nala, Mother
british shorthair
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Mango, Mother
british shorthair
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Stella, Mother
british shorthair
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Big Ben, Father
british shorthair
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Echo, Mother
british shorthair
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Health Testing
Health testing is performed on breeding cats to reduce the risk of heritable diseases or conditions.
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Blood Group B
Prevents the breeding of parents with incompatible blood types, which can cause autoimmune issues in their offspring.
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Polycystic Kidney Disease
Reduces the chance of a condition that leads to the growth of cysts on the kidneys, affecting their ability to function properly.
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