Bengals are a very active, curious cat breed that love to be anywhere up high. If you don't like your cat to leave the floor, the Bengal breed is probably not the right cat for you. 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 a companion in your sink or shower. They will usually, ALWAYS want to be wherever you are. For anyone who enjoys rowdy, funny, majestic and charismatic feline companionship, consider the Bengal.
Bengals can have spots, rosettes, arrowheads or marbling. They are long and lean with a body structure similar to the Asian leopard cat, which is who they are bred from. The Bengal, has intense markings and a mink-like pelt and an engaging gaze.
Alessandra had 1 kitten on 4/26. She is a beautiful brown.
Carrie had 1 F4B kitten also. Born on 5/8. He is also a brown.
Jade is pregnant. Her and Rotten will have beautiful browns. Due in a week or two.
Alberta is pregnant from Onyx. They can have lynx, mink or brown kittens. All kittens will carry for charcoal. Also due in a week or two.
Phoebe is in heat and is finally old enough to breed. She and Onyx have been together. They can have silver, charcoal, mink or brown kittens.
A lot of excitement will be happening this summer. Stay tuned for more information as we find out who is pregnant and what color kitten they have!
We are so excited to add silver and charcoal kittens to our cattery!
We will be getting another female in a few months. With her, we will also be adding dilute (blue) and melanistic kittens!!
We are a Christian, trustworthy, honest family run business. 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 our felines.
We are also on the Savannahcat.com and Bengalbreed.com websites.
At any given time, we could have any of the following types of Bengals: brown, silver, charcoal and snow (seal lynx & seal mink).