The Bengal breed originated as a cross between the Asian Leopard cat (Prionailurus Bengalensis) and a Domestic cat. The first three generations of a domestic Bengal X Leopard cat are called foundations (F1, F2, and F3). The fourth generation and any beyond that are called Bengals (also referred to as SBT). The Bengal cat is a domestic cat yet has retained some of its wild characteristics. They are very athletic and enjoy climbing to high places. Bengals also have a fascination with water and will take any opportunity to play in it.not affect the kitten’s health in any way.
The Bengal cat has a very soft short to medium coat that is slightly longer in kittens. It is thick and luxurious and comes in various colors and patterns such as rosettes, spots and marbles. Some have glittered coats (as if gold dust were sprinkled over them) which is a very desirable quality. They have large alert eyes and they are very curious. The Bengal cat makes a great family pet. They get along great with their family as well with the family dog.
Bengals are very active cats, especially when they are kittens. They are very inquisitive and like to explore anything they can access. This usually involves things getting chewed or broken if you haven't kitten-proofed your home (which is highly recommended if you don't want things destroyed). They do slow down somewhat once they hit adulthood.
There are several colors and patterns that a bengal can come in . Our breeding pair will be able to produce brown spot, silver and charcoal.
There is various colors and patterns in the color silver
Various shades , colors and patterns.
Though the cost of a Bengal kitten is significant, buying one isn’t going to be your only expense. If you plan on buying a Bengal kitten, you’re going to need a few other things to make them comfortable in your home.
Knowing this, we’ve spent a significant amount of time putting together a list of items that will help you out before you invite a Bengal kitten into your home. Keep in mind, you don’t have to buy ALL of these items, but this list will help you understand what you’ll need when you have a Bengal kitten.
Pet Carrier: If you think you’re going to go grab a Bengal without a carrier, you’re wrong. When you take them from the breeder it’s likely that they’ll be frightened and may even try to escape. A good carrier will stop that from happening.
Litter Box: It’ll be easy to get a Bengal to use a litter box once you have it, but you need to buy them one that they’re comfortable in. Make sure that you get them litter that they’ll like and don’t forget a litter mat, otherwise you’ll be sweeping up the floor every single day.
Cat Tree: These are a nice combination of a place to sleep and play for your Bengal cat. While not required, almost every Bengal cat owners has one as it let’s your kitten jump around and play without tearing into furniture.
Scratching post: Your Bengal is going to want to sharpen it’s claws. You can either give them a quality scratching post to use, or you can give them nothing and watch as they tear your furniture to shreds.
Cat Bed: Keeping your little Bengal comfortable and warm at night is extremely important and giving them a specific place to sleep is essential.
Toys: If you want to keep your energetic Bengal occupied, you’ll need some toys to help.
Collar: This is a good idea to buy immediately as Bengal cats tend to be pretty good escape artists and you should put a collar on them with a tag immediately.
Dry Food: Though wet food is preferred, if you’d like to give your Bengal cat dry cat food, this is the list to review.
Wet Food: This is the most preferred diet for Bengal cats and we’ve found the best wet food out there specifically for Bengal cats.
Water Dish: You’ll want to have a hygienic place to keep your Bengal kittens water, otherwise they could get sick.
Food Dish: You’ll want a specific dish for your Bengal kittens food so that they know where to go when they’re hungry.
Cat Brush: Your Bengal kitten is going to shed – it’s a fact. This will make the shedding less prevalent and allow you to reduce the pesky cat hair all over the house.
Harness: You’ll only need one of these if you plan on harness training your Bengal cat so that you can take them on walks. Bengals love walks and we advise it, but it’s up to you. If you do go this route, don’t forget to buy a clicker.
Book: Though not required, reading a book on Bengal cats will help you better understand them before you get them home. They are a challenging breed and understanding them completely before you adopt is a good idea.
* Prices do not include shipping costs (shipping within Canada is typically $350, unless an overnight stay is required), you will need to purchase a kennel which is extra.
* All prices are in Canadian Funds
Kitten pricing is subject to change. In line with the current US Bengal price guidelines.
Kitten will be leave home between 14-16 weeks, including a spay/ neuter, 2 sets of shots, deworming x3, health certificate, TICA registration, kitten contract regarding what is covered under the health guarantee, 30 days free true-panion pet insurance, kitten care package.