If you’re considering a pet, you really can’t go wrong with a British Shorthair. These cats are not only ridiculously adorable to look at, with their thick fur and round, amiable faces; they’re also tremendously easy to get along with. I don’t think I’ve ever encountered a nicer natured breed in my many years as a cat owner.

I adore British Shorthairs for their charming personalities, gorgeous looks and ease of care (they’re a very low maintenance kitty). Their charming looks and friendly natures have made British Shorthairs tremendously popular across the World.

British Shorthair cat breed

For many years, the British Shorthair has been named as the country’s most popular breed according to the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy (GCCF), and with his affectionate nature and teddy-bear good looks, it’s not hard to see why. As far as personality goes, the British Shorthair is one cool cat. They are one of the most placid breeds around and love nothing more than lazing around the house.

Pam Beard-Smith, breeder and chairman of the British Shorthair Cat Club, says: “They are the most laid-back cats; nothing fazes them and they do make really good pets. Generally they are good with toddlers and children, and I don’t have a problem selling them to families with young children because of their good natures.”

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We breed for type and temperaments while their health is always the first priority. All of the breeding (or original) cats are DNA tested PKD negative. We ensure all of them are raised in house with love and care and guaranteed to be socialised, healthy and free of genetic faults.

We sell kittens to selected families who are responsible and willing to provide the best needs for their cat’s daily care. Please introduce yourself when making an inquiry and we will be happy to answer any questions you have.

If you are interested in adopting one of Furrytail kittens, you can refer to the ‘Kittens for sale.

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