We fell in love with the Bengal cat in 2006 and spent time showing and breeding them. I cannot morally accept the lack of homes for cats everywhere and have decided it makes no sense for me to breed and “sell” animals. I will be finding suitable homes for some of our 17 cats, my price is unconditional love for a new family member with four paws and a fee for their rehoming which won’t come anywhere near what makes business sense to other Bengal breeders.
This is Tinky, who was the first kitten we booked. She is a gorgeous 6 year old brown marble girl who will stay with us forever. Tinky is a Quadruple Grand Champion Alter and also a Premier with the GCCF.
This is Nugget our handsome brown spotted Bengal boy. Nugget retired from being an adept stud boy and learnt the show ropes with us. We had a great time showing him. Nugget is a Supreme Grand Champion Alter.
This is Rosie, one of our early breeding girls, she is a brown spotted/rosetted bengal and she remains with us as a much loved pet. Rosie has given us cracking and naughty kittens.
This is our dear Blizzie, a snow marbled Bengal who gave us very naughty kittens and doesn’t like other cats so lives in our bedroom for now (4years).
We have a few older kittens we would like to see go to good homes in 2013, this is Victor, at 4 months, one of the brown spotted rosetted kittens we’d like to see leaving us for a forever home. He is huge now!
This is Victory, a brown spotted typically headstrong Bengal young adult who is a delight when she’s being good. Inquisitive and affection in equal parts this girl is exemplary of what a bengal should be. Victory is also one of the kittens we have raised on a purely raw diet. She has never had an upset tummy and enjoys her raw food daily.
I will write about the many highs of having these beautiful cats in our lives and share more about them over the coming year.