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Devon Rex Cross Kitten Ready now

Devon Rex Cross Kitten Ready now

Posted by DistinctionDevons (Ourimbah, NSW) on 23-Mar-20 10:22 PM AEST
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Devon Rex mother cross domestic shorthair.


I have one male left to their new home. These babies have been raised in our home with our two small children. Unfortunately while I was in hospital NICU after giving birth to my daughter prematurely in early December, my partner went home to care for the family and our female Rex got out and refused to come home for a few days even though there were several spotting a on the property so we knew she was around.

Probably stressed by the sudden household imbalance, and obvious to us now, she was on heat. I got her inside when I came home, and not long after. Yep, a pregnancy was confirmed.

Not exactly our finest pet owning moment but it is what it is and now we have some little kittens who need their homes. Mum is a lovely Devon with a quirky personality. As we don't know dad, we can't comment on his personality or health, other than he is a bit of a absent father to the little ones.

The kittens all are darling. They love a cuddle and play, enjoy chasing toes, and like to be a part of the action with what we are doing. The seem to have taken on some fun Devon traits as well as the tiny Devon heads.

Last pic is of mum (right) and another girl of mine on the left.

If you think you can provide a little accident a loving home please get in touch. They will be ready for their new homes at 8 weeks on the 25th March.


Wormed microchipped and vaccinated already. Paperwork to prove it. Litter trained, and house ready. Eating solids (Hills Science Kitten, and raw roo mince).

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