It depends on the time of year. Check out our page titled kittens available. Or feel free to contact me and ask me directly.
Every animal will have its own personality. Bengals generally are affectionate and gentle pets. We have 3 sets of twins, 1 set are still toddlers; they love to play with our cats and kittens.
Bengals are social creatures and generally get along with other Cats or Dogs. Having another pet is recommended if you are going to be away at work for 4 or more hours as they can get lonely.
Females are about 6-10lbs. Males are about 10-14lbs.
Bengals are classified as being hypoallergenic, that means they have less allergens than other breeds of cats. If you have allergies, I would suggest spending time with our cats to see how you respond. That being said, my oldest is allergic to cats and our cats live in our home with us.
The 3 most common health concerns with the Bengals breed is HCM (heart disease), PRA (Progressive Retinal Atrophy) and PK (anemia). Our cats have been tested and are all negative. This means our kittens will not have PRA or PK. In rare cases a cat could develop HCM later in life, but our Cats are tested every year or two to make sure they are not carriers of this disease.
A. All of our Bengals are registered with TICA (The International Cat Association) and all of our litters are registered. This proves that they are Purebred Bengal cats and that I have right to produce kittens and have proved to do so in an ethical manner.
We do lots of testing on our breeding Bengals to ensure they are in top condition. We are responsible breeders and spay/neuter all of our pet kittens before they leave here. Our kittens get all of their shots and are dewormed several times to ensure they are coming to you healthy. If u have any questions at all I am here to answer them.
If you are purchasing a Bengal from a "breeder" that does not have registered Bengals, there is no guarantee that they are even 100% Bengal! It will likely grow up to have poor clarity in its markings and have physical qualities that are very unbecoming for Bengals. These breeders are called "Backyard Breeders", they are more concerned with making money off the kittens than their health and welfare. They are not concerned with improving the breed and producing top quality Bengals.