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Cranham Catz - Chafford Hundred - Essex
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Hello and welcome to my website, I am a small hobby breeder of the gorgeous British Shorthair, I specialise in Colourpoints/Tabby Points (lilac,chocolate and blue) Blue/White Bi Colours, Tabbies (blue and lilac) and Solid (blue, lilac and chocolate). All our kittens are born and raised in my home where they are handled from birth, by myself and my four children and various family and friends on a daily basis. My family also has 3 dogs that love to play with the cats and kittens. My cats are pets first and foremost and it goes without saying that their health and wellbeing is my highest priority, they are fed on the very best of food and no expense is spared when it comes to their happiness and welfare. I take pride in the fact that all my kittens go to loving, caring and forever homes. When my babies are ready to go to their new homes they leave with

- 4 Weeks Free Pet Plan Insurance
- Wormed and Precautionary Flea Treated
- Scratch Post Trained
- GCCF Registration Papers
- 4 Generation Pedigree
- Litter Tray Trained
- Fully Vaccinated
- Minimum 2 Vet Health Checks
- Kitten Goody Bag with their Favourite Food
- A Personalised Information Pack


Beautiful new litter of British short hair cats. Call us now to arrange an appointment .


Beautiful new litter of British short hair cats. Call us now to arrange an appointment .

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Beautiful new litter of British short hair cats. Call us now to arrange an appointment .


Compared to most shorthair breeds, British Shorthairs are relatively calm cats when they mature. They are easy going in nature and talk infrequently. Very affectionate, they become quite attached to the people they own. British Shorthairs are easily trained and very adaptable. They seem to get along well with all human members of the household, regardless of age, but are usually not fond of being carried. Pets of all kinds have been kept with British Shorthairs, including dogs of all sizes, rabbits, and birds. British Shorthairs are not known for being acrobats and can tend to be clumsy at times. No breed specific, health related problems plague the British Shorthair.
These are sturdy, dense-coated, purring, teddy bear cats with large round eyes. Another thing that draws people to the British Shorthair is their size. Although they are not huge like the Maine Coon, they are a medium to large cat. They are a slow maturing breed and do not reach their full size until three years of age. Mature males average nine to seventeen pounds, and mature females average seven to twelve pounds. Although most people think of them as being blue cats, they come in a number of colors and patterns. Not every blue cat is a British Shorthair. It is still considered one of the minority breeds.
Probably the oldest English breed of cat, the British Shorthair can trace its ancestry back to the domestic cats of Rome. This breed was first prized for its physical strength and hunting ability. Today, the most they usually hunt is for their own food bowls. British Shorthairs may have started out as street cats in the United Kingdom, but with plenty of hard work from breeders all over the world, the British Shorthair has become a force to be reckoned with on show bench, having been recognized as a breed in May 1980. They are now beautiful, much-loved cats internationally.
Cranham Catz - Heather Cranham - Tel: 07904194811 - Chafford Hundred - Essex