WE ARE NOW TAKING DOWN PAYMENTS FOR OUR WAIT LIST!
Amelia & Milo had a litter on 5/31. Brown female available.
Ariana & Onyx had a litter on 11/9. 5 healthy babies. 1 mink, 3 brown and 1 brown charcoal. Open for reservation.
Ariel has been bred with Milo. They can have mink, lynx, charcoal, brown and combinations of these.
Phoebe is being bred with Onyx. They can have silver, brown, mink, charcoal and combinations of these.
We are a Christian, honest, hardworking family run cattery. Carol is a registered TICA member and our cattery, All Spotted Up, is registered as well. We hope you can tell how passionate we are about what we do here. We love all our Bengals and strive to breed healthy, happy and well adjusted kittens for you to welcome into your home!
We are on the TICA website under breeders for Indiana, verifiedbengalbreedersdirectory.com, bengalcatclub.com and thebengalconnection.com websites.
We have a Facebook page, an Instragram account and Google business profile, all of which are under All Spotted Up.
Here is an updated pricing guide and information when looking for a Bengal kitten to consider!
Bengals are a very active, curious, sometimes mischievous cat breed that love to be anywhere up high. They are busy by nature. Bengals are very devoted and can be a "lap cat" whenever THEY want but usually their idea of having fun is playing, chasing, climbing and examining. They'll often save the cuddle time for when they are sleeping. Many Bengals enjoy water so you may find your cat in your sink or shower. They usually want to be wherever you are. For anyone who enjoys energetic, inquisitive, smart, adventurous feline companionship, consider a Bengal.
They are athletic with a body structure similar to the Asian leopard cat, which is who they are bred from. The Bengal, has beautiful markings, great personality and short coat.
At any given time, we could have any of the following colors of Bengals: brown, silver, charcoal, melanistic (rarely) and snow (seal lynx & seal mink). Also, combinations of these colors like silver charcoal, lynx charcoal, mink charcoal etc.