We do not show our very young kittens to the public. It disturbs the Mums, and we need to avoid anything that might make them anxious while they are caring for their gorgeous babies. Once the kittens are 10 weeks old, they are ready to have their first vaccine, and we can offer them for rehoming. All our kittens are wormed, treated for fleas, and will need their second vaccine, which we pay for providing our vet is used, at 13 weeks. They will also be microchipped at 13 weeks at the same time as their second vaccine.
The new owner is responsible for spayng or neutering the kitten. This is condition of rehoming.
Please note that we do not rehome kittens to families where there are children under five years.
We will add a note to our website once we have kittens available. We now have a select few kittens available for viewings.
Freddie and Marlow are approximately 10 weeks old. This beautiful pair were rescued from a house with multiple cats and are the most loving boys you could ask for. On their first day at the heatons Freddie craved attention straight away and would come running up to you for a cuddle, but Marlow was a […]
Coco is a 12 week old female kitten. She was brought into us after being found on the street on her own, covered in flees with suspected cat flu but we soon got her all better and healthy again. Coco is a big cat in a miniature body, she is so graceful and elegant in […]
Domino is one of our older female kitten’s now 5/6 months old. Domino has had multiple homes already in her short life but she has coped with her changes well. Domino is a very playful kitten who needs a home that can give her lots of attention, and someone who can work with domino to […]