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Important Kitten Stuff
Our Bengal kitten pet prices start at $2,600 for brown kittens. Snow and all charcoal varieties will often be more expensive. All our pet kittens are spay/neutered before leaving for their new homes. This procedure is included in the price.
Breeding rights for kittens will only be sold to well established catteries that we already know of and are familiar with. Newer catteries may inquire, but please have a well established mentor that will vouch for you. No exceptions!
Available kittens can be reserved by placing a $400 deposit to hold the kitten until he/she is ready to go home with you at the age of 14 weeks.
Breeder kitten deposit is $1,000.
Our kittens are sold with a 36 month genetic health guarantee, a 10 year HCM guarantee, up to date on vaccinations and vet checked at least twice. Included is a free 30 day trial insurance plan with Trupanion veterinary insurance.
We prefer that clients pick up their kittens at our home, but we can hand deliver kittens for a fee within the state of Arizona, parts of New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Texas and California. Minimum delivery fee is $150. The fee increases with distance of travel.
The old adage, "you get what you pay for", applies to Bengal kittens. Not all breeders are created equal. Some are asking less for their kittens and some are asking more, however there are many factors to consider:
Health and Personality: It takes a great amount of effort, money and time to ensure robust, healthy, social kittens are raised each and every litter. Time spent with the kittens daily from birth, is the only way to guarantee a happy well adjusted companion for kitten buyers.
Nutrition: Vibrant beautiful healthy Bengals don't get that way by feeding cheap low quality foods. Nutritious cat food is a big daily expense.
Beauty and Conformity: Take a look at the parents of the kittens. This is what your kitten will most likely look like as an adult. Good breeders work hard to achieve conformity to the breed standard AND stunning looks. Sometimes this means early retirement of cats with large sums of money already invested in them, because they aren't producing well or are producing faults.
Housing and Care: Raising and caring for Bengals in a breeding environment is not inexpensive. There are many facets to doing it correctly with the best interests of the cats in mind. Cutting corners almost always results in disaster, with the kitten buyer often getting burned.
Guarantees: A good breeder will guarantee the health of your new kitten and she will put it in writing in the form of a contract with a refund/replacement clause. All breeding adult cats will be tested for known health problems within the breed. These tests must be performed by veterinarians and they are costly.
The Cattery: Will your breeder allow you to visit after you've placed a deposit? If not, that's a red flag unless there is a reasonable explanation and it's only temporary. You should also be able to pick up your kitten at the breeders home, see the parents and other cats in the program.
After the Sale: Will your breeder be there for you after you've taken your new kitten home? You're likely to have questions and things that may concern you while your kitten is growing up. A good breeder will make themselves available to you long after the adoption is complete and ideally for the life of your Bengal.
There is a very long list of expenses and time to raise each kitten from birth to 14 weeks old when they can go to new homes. This is all factored into the price that good ethical breeders charge for their kittens. The kitten you're buying from us is an investment in your family's happiness. Choose a good breeder not an inexpensive one who cuts corners. It's a decision you won't regret.