Matching our beautiful kittens with loving homes is our passion. Simply click on Reserve to arrange an appointment for you to meet the kittens. You can spend some time getting to know their various personalities and see who you bond with. Once you have chosen your kitten, a $300 non-refundable deposit is required to hold him/her. The kitten will be ready to go home about a week after the spay/neuter surgery, at which time the remaining balance will be required.
Brown Bengal kittens $1700*
Snow/mink/sepia/charcoal Bengal kittens $2000*
Kittens are available with breeding rights ... please enquire.
Each kitten comes with:
*HST not included
Currently we ship anywhere that Air Canada Cargo or WestJet Cargo fly.
Yes. Due to our excellent breeding stock and healthy preventive measures, we have never had a kitten returned to us due to poor health. Nonetheless, our written health contract will cover your kitten for any diseases/illnesses detected by your veterinarian within the first week with you. Additionally, should your kitten die by two years of age from a congenital defect, you will receive either a refund or another kitten. anada Cargo or WestJet Cargo fly.
We have partnered with Trupanion! Because of this, your pet is eligible to have a Trupanion policy that will provide immediate medical coverage. This limited-time offer provides you with 90% coverage with no payout limits so you can have peace of mind knowing that your pet will be protected in case anything unexpected occurs. The best part – your pet’s current health status is locked in from day one! This means if any unexpected accidents or injuries occur after activation, you’re covered! All it takes is a quick call to activate either before you bring your kitten home, the day you bring your kitten home, or the day after you bring your new pet home!
Yes. The kittens are TICA (The International Cat Association) registered.
Methods of payment include cash, e-transfer or, for overseas sales, bank transfer.
Bengal cats are hypo-allergenic, which is defined as having a decreased tendency to provoke an allergic reaction.
The reason many people suffer from cat allergies is all due to the dander which is comprised of the cat’s dry skin flakes and their saliva. These microscopic particles quickly become airborne and cause some to sneeze and itch.
Bengals are less likely to cause this kind of reaction due to many reasons:
Even though I am a cat lover and now breeder, I myself have suffered cat allergies. With my previous cats, a Ragdoll and a Birman, I had itchy watery eyes and blocked sinuses. Now with a houseful of Bengals, the allergies have disappeared.