Champion line Snow Bengal Female 

Born 8/19/20

2400

Available Bengal Kittens

Our Bengal Queens eat cooked chicken during pregnancy and nursing to give our kittens the best start possible. When our Bengal Kittens start weaning we feed them Royal Canin "Baby Cat" wet food then at 10 weeks we also offer them to Royal Canin "Baby Cat" dry food.  We leave dry food out for grazing and feed wet food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Kittens must weigh 3# for their spay/neuter surgery which is about 10 weeks of age and can leave after they recover. Your new kitten is litter trained too, and will be looking for plain non-clumping clay litter when you bring them home. Bengals are indoor only pets. Our Bengals are indoors 100% of the time and around all of the sights and sounds of an average home. The dishwasher, refrigerator, washer/dryer, hair dryers and cell phones are all familiar to your kittens. As with other cat breeds, these kittens are very curious and enjoy interaction with just about everything including our Shiba Inus, and they are aware of moving around people and our big feet. We do not isolate our babies in a 'cattery' environment. We guarantee your kittens, in writing, for the first six months of their life. We know you would like your new Bengal kitten to be as adjusted to your life style as possible and we will try to accommodate that. Champion line Bengal kittens are priced between 1200-2200 for Brown/Black Kittens and 1900-2600 for Snow (White/Brown), Silver (Silver/Black) and Silver Snow kittens. As the kittens move out of their 'fuzzies' stage we will adjust their fee according to breed standards and appearance. We are located on the west coast and can sometimes arrange transport to the east coast. 

Our Bengal cats are tested and are negative for PK Def (N/N from UC Davis Veterinary University) and PRA-We do not have any carriers of this gene in our home. They are also tested and clear of HCM by our cardiologist at VCA Veterinary Hospital. In addition we also test negative for parasites, Tritrichomonas foetus and URDs.


Our Bengal Infant Care