Please finish reading through the FAQs on this page, then visit our kitten adoption page to review our deposit information and kitten contract, if you agree to both of those, fill out the application on that page.
The costs associated with breeding and raising high-quality Bengal cats is not cheap. Our kittens are priced between $1,500 - $1,800 for pets, with selective show quality kittens priced at $2,200 and up.
Our final quoted prices are firm. We won’t be able to give an accurate quote until the kittens are at least 6 weeks old since it takes a while to see how a kitten is developing, however we can give you a ballpark range.
We will never sell a pet quality kitten as a breeder, although a breeder/show quality kitten may be placed as a pet. The kitten’s price will be higher or lower depending on the kitten’s color, markings and overall structure, in accordance to the breed standard.
Our price includes all vaccinations for the kitten’s age, deworming, a fecal test by our vet, FeLv and FIV clearance, and a vet health check before the kitten leaves our cattery. The our contract requires all pet kittens to be spayed/neutered by 6 months of age. All kittens will include their Vaccination Record and their Patient Chart from our vet showing when the kitten was vet checked, as well as his/her test results.
We offer a $200 discount for families that decide to adopt two kittens.
At this time, we're accepting applications for the current litter of kittens. Submitting a deposit places your selected kitten on hold for you to adopt when he/she is ready to transition to your home. (Usually between 14-15 weeks of age.)
Bengals are a very active and vocal cats. They have dog-like personalities. They can be taught to walk on a leash, come when called, play fetch, and most like water. They make wonderful pets and are very entertaining.
These cats get along well with other cats and dogs, they are wonderful with children. They are extremely curious and will get into everything so be sure to cat-proof your home, putting away your delicate/breakable items.
They can jump very high and love to climb, you'll often find them on top of the highest cabinet or piece of furniture in the house.
When Bengals are in play mode, they tend to not like to be held, however play with them for a while and when they are tired out, they will be content to lay on your lap and be held before they take a nap.
Cats are also obligate carnivores, meaning they are meant to eat only meat. Corn and other grains can cause allergies in Bengals. For the best health of your Bengal, we recommend feeding grain-free foods. (This will also minimize upset tummy issues.)
ExSPOTic Cats Bengals have been eating raw chicken, with bones, liver, & pumpkin. Even though they may eat anything, it’s important not to keep switching foods or give table scraps.
If you’d like to transition to something else, we suggest canned chicken kitten food to start, mixing a bit of each (raw & canned) on the plate slowly transitioning over a period of 4-5 days until they can be switched to a different food. Although dry food is convenient, it can also lead to dehydration if the cats aren't drinking enough. (Cats get most of their water content from their food.) Check out https://catinfo.org/ for additional information.
We use water fountains as they seem to encourage them to drink more often, they love the sound of the water.