WE STAND BY OUR CUBS

We provide a genetic heath warranty for all kittens including a three year guarantee against HCM (Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy).

WHAT ELSE DO WE INCLUDE?

- All three sets of kitten vaccinations
- Spay/neuter

- Vet paperwork
- 4lb starter tub of raw food
- Taurine Supplement
- Harness/leash
- Registration certificate
- Five generation pedigree

- Signed contract and information booklet
- Running exercise wheel
- 40 lb bag of pine litter
- Hooded litter box

- Cat carrier

FAQ

Can I purchase a cub?
 To begin the process of purchasing your own Bengal, please fill out and submit the online application (CLICK HERE)

How much do they cost?
Our pet quality kittens cost between $3000 and $3500 in Canadian dollars.

Do I have to pay a deposit?
We require a $100.00 CAD deposit to reserve a cub. It is non-refundable, but can be transferred or bumped to an alternate litter.

Is there a waitlist? How long is it?
Please get in touch for our current timelines.

Where do I pick up my cub?
Our Bengals are raised indoors in our home and are picked up from there. We are located in Tay Township, Ontario.

When can I bring my kitten home?
It is unethical to allow a cat of any breed to leave home before reaching a minimum age of 12 weeks. We follow the standards of TICA (The International Cat Association) and do not send ours home before 16 weeks of age. This is extremely important for their health, wellbeing and development and is non-negotiable.

Can I come meet the parents?
Yes, we encourage all new clients to come meet the sire (father) and dam (mother) of the kitten they are interested in as well as see their living environment and get a feel for what to expect. Due to the current Covid-19 situation, any visitors MUST wear a mask, sanitize their hands, and maintain a six foot distance from us.

What do I feed a Bengal?
Bengals, like many cats, do best on a raw diet consisting primarily of muscle meat, organ, and bone. We prefer to send our Bengals to clients willing to maintain a proper diet of raw for their new companion. We will not sell a Bengal to anyone feeding dry kibble.