Updated March 2020
We have been breeding Bengal cats since 1999. When you buy from us, you are buying from Bengal cat breeders who will be by your side for the lifetime of your cat as we don't see ourselves ever quitting until we are physically unable. This is our life passion. Bengal cats are what brought our lives together, and they will be in our lives until we leave this earth.
Our consistent quality - derived from specific breed goals which are different from the majority of Bengal breeders - draw many people to our cattery. We specialize in retaining wild essence, or the look of the early generation Bengals, combined with confident, intelligent, outgoing personalities as a result of selective breeding and intensive socialization from being raised underfoot in our home with children and the family dogs. All of our kittens come from parents who are tested for PK Deficiency, PRA-b, and HCM. We have been heart testing our cats since 2004 which means we have multiple generations and older cats whose hearts are disease-free. Our three-year health guarantee is loophole-free. We are members of TICA's Voluntary Responsible Breeding Program and all kittens are registered. We show our cats in both TICA and CFA and are voting members of CFA Bengal Breed Council. If you'd like some references, please read our unsolicited, unedited reviews on our Facebook Page.
Please read Purchasing a Bengal for more information about how the Waiting List works. It also explains the payments and our one price - $1800 - method. You can also view our contracts at the bottom of that page. Anytime you send us money, you will have an instant, digitally signed, legally binding contract that states what you have paid and what must be refunded if you don't get your kitten, so you have the assurance that we are not a scam.
While we do not ship our kittens, many people decide to fly to us to pick up. Look around, our cats are different from most of what you see out there. We are different from most of the breeders you will find. We encourage you to look elsewhere. We challenge you to find wilder looking SBT Bengals or more thoughtful, experienced Bengal cat breeders in any other program - worldwide. Those who spot the difference always choose us.
If you are still deciding on whether or not the Bengal is the right breed for you, we have all the Bengal Cat Information that you never knew you needed to know on our BLOG. These articles will help you understand Bengal Cat ownership better.
If you are interested in selecting an available Bengal kitten or joining our Waiting List to select a future Bengal kitten, then please fill our a Bengal Kitten Application form.
If you visit our Facebook page, you will find many albums of past kittens in the photo albums.
Spring of 2020 Bengal Kittens
We have the following kittens available. They will be ready to head to their new home at the end of April.
Please complete a Bengal Kitten Application if you are interested in these kittens or ones coming up in the future.
Two females from Wildernesswell Avante Garde and Cositoes Shaded Tweed
Are you new to Bengal cats? Read our Blog to learn all you need to know about this intelligent, active breed.
Are you new to Quality Bengal Kittens? Find out what makes us different - and check out our unsolicited reviews on Facebook.
Are you unsure of how the Waiting List works? Read about Buying a Bengal Kitten.
Click on each kitten's picture to open a photo album.
Una is available to the right home.
Five-year-old Una is looking for well-trained retirement staff to dote on her every need. Una is a true beauty inside and out. She is a three-time Regional Winner and can be continued to be shown as an alter. She loves people and she loves attention. She would interact well with children and adults. Una would likely harness train fairly easily. She has the energy and curiosity to enjoy life on outdoor walks. She will not be shy of meeting dogs or other cats while out and about. She isn't shy of anything.
Una would integrate into a home with a male cat as long as the male cat would accept her as boss - because she will have to be boss. We do not think a home with a female cat would best suit her. Dogs are questionable. Una can be great with dogs; she will rub all over them and play with them, but she is also unpredictable and can give a dog a strong slap. If the dog stands up to this, she isn't likely to do it more than a few times, but if the dog shows any weakness, Una will be fueled by that power, and she will make the dog miserable.
Una, however, does have one major quirk; it goes along with her Diva personality. She eats mainly rats. Una does not like commercial cat foods; we can't blame her there, but she also does not eat our homemade raw ground food. Her diet mainly consists of rats with quail and cornish game hen for some variety. She needs the whole prey because she does not do supplements either. A whole rat and a whole quail is a balanced meal that gives her the correct proportions. This is an expensive diet if you are purchasing it, so Una's future staff needs to fully consider this idiosyncrasy before committing to Una. She would be ideal for someone who already raises rats for feeding purposes or someone who is not opposed to the idea.