Jon Snow Kitten Video 
Champion litter

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PUR1TY JON SNOW-PK Def N/N-Pedigree

'KHALEESI' * PK Def N/N *  Pedigree
'DAENERYS' * PK Def N/N   Pedigree
Anjali Daenerys of PUR1TY ~ Dani's amazing! All of the features that Champion Bengal Breeders want in one Queen. Her beautiful coat, thick tail, build, ears, whisker pads, round nocturnal eyes, large rosettes, super thick tail and top pedigree lines set her apart. She is great with dogs and is on the shy side. She is well mannered and very quiet. She prefers to lay on the back of a sofa or under a throw while with her humans. She is full sister/littermate to Khaleesi.

Bengals Retiring ~ Contact us for info.


Anjali Khaleesi of PUR1TY ~ Khaleesi comes from the top Champion lines in the country and her parents are  Champion Gogees 'Fleur de lis' and Gogees 'Lucky Daze' of Anjali. She is playful, outgoing and is a very sweet Mom. Amazing profile and loads of glitter! She is a talker and will follow you everywhere around the house. Wants to be on your lap or your desk or keyboard or anywhere you are going to be so that she can get a pet or 20! She is very sweet and loves sleeping with canine brothers or sisters. She is full sister/littermate to Daenerys.

More Bengal Info.

Bengals are loved by those who appreciate their inquisitive and loving nature. They are a medium to large cat ranging from 7-14 pounds (with males generally being larger than females-very similar to other cat breeds) and known for their richly colored, highly contrasted coat of vivid spots or distinctive marbling. Some Bengal coats feature ‘glitter’ which imparts an iridescent sheen to each hair. Of all the cat breeds, the Bengal is the only domestic cat that has rosette spots, similar to Leopards, Jaguars and Ocelots as well as a white underbelly with spotting. If you are looking  for an exotic pet, note that today's domestic Bengal cat comes only from reputable breeders breeding Bengals to other Bengals and requires no specialized care. You can have the exotic pet look with out any of the exotic pet issues. Since their beginnings in 1986, the Bengal's regal beauty and alluring charm have quickly made it one of the most popular breeds. Bengals participate in shows throughout the world and have a devoted following of happy pet owners who couldn't imagine sharing their lives with anything other than these feline beauties. In 1963, a domestic cat was crossed with the Asian Leopard Cat, a spotted 5-12 pound shy wild cat species from Asia. The modern Bengal breed traces to cats bred beginning in the early 1980's although early cross breeding of the Asian Leopard Cat dates back to the 1800. The breed's name is a reference to the scientific name of the Asian Leopard Cat, Prionailurus bengalensis. Accepted as a new breed in 1986, Bengals gained championship status in 1991, they are now one of the most frequently exhibited breeds. Breeders around the world have successfully created a docile, civilized house cat that wears the richly patterned coat of the jungle cats. They'll often save the cuddle time for when they want to sleep. Many Bengals enjoy water and are curious whenever they hear the sound of running water. Some Bengals are vocal while others are more quiet and selective about using their voice. Bengals will also, in general, ALWAYS want to be where you are. A healthy Bengal is well muscled and has an appearance that depicts its athleticism. Bengals are generally confident, curious and devoted companions. They get along well with other pets when properly introduced and enjoy being part of a family.

PUR1TY Jon Snow~ Our own home grown Snow Bengal Male produces amazing offspring. A wonderfully tempered, muscular boy with a great profile,  smaller ears and huge nocturnal eyes-We love his beefy tail and puffy whisker pads! Two of his siblings are RW SGC show cats! This boy does not spray but will urinate on top of a covered litter box so a open litter box is recommended. He and Khaleesi are best friends and he would love to go the the same home as her. He purrs most of the time and loves people and dogs very much. He is ready for a pampered retirement life.