Did you know?
To be officially considered a domestic Bengal cat, a Bengal must be at least four generations (F4) or more from the Asian leopard cat.

Our Bengals have tested Negative for the following:

Pyruvate kinase deficiency is an inherited condition whereby there is a defect in a gene that codes for an enzyme, pyruvate kinase, which is an important part of the metabolic processes by which cells, including red blood cells, release the energy they need for normal function. (read more)

Atrophy means the partial or complete wasting of a body part. Progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), is a group of degenerative diseases that affect these photoreceptor cells. With this disease, the cells deteriorate over time, eventually leading to blindness in the affected cat. (read more)

Polycystic kidney disease or PKD is an inherited condition in cats that causes multiple cysts (pockets of fluid) to form in the kidneys. These cysts are present from birth. (read more)

Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV). The virus commonly causes anemia or lymphoma, but because it suppresses the immune system, it can also predispose cats to deadly infections. (read more)

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). Although the virus is slow-acting, a cat’s immune system is severely weakened once the disease takes hold. (read more)

   In our Bengals Pride Cattery health of our cats is our top priority.  We feed a high protein diet that includes  raw chicken, dry food and canned food. Raw meat has high nutritional value and contains moisture which helps maintain optimal hydration level.

   We also add the following supplements to the food: prenatal vitamins for our pregnant ladies, lysine to support their immune system, taurine – essential amino acid that is critical for normal heart muscle function, vision and reproduction, probiotics and enzymes.

   Bengal cats are active, so providing different types of activities are essential for their health and happiness.

Queens

Tyra

Tyra is our Silver Charcoal beautiful queen. She has a kind and lovely personality. Tyra likes to be petted, she likes to explore new things and play. She is a wonderful mother to her kittens.

Nala

Nala is our  Dark Brown Spotted  queen. She has the softest coat with bicolored rosettes. Nala is playful, intelligent, loving and affectionate, and her darker coat color makes her very special. 

Alaska

Alaska is our Snow Bengal Queen. She has spectacular rosettes and beautiful blue eyes. Alaska is a wonderful mommy to her kittens and we are happy that she is a part of our Bengal family.

Cleopatra

Cleopatra embodies the essence of Bengal breed with her striking appearance, agile movements and intelligence. We are glad she passes down het exceptional qualities to her offspring, ensuring each kitten inherits her royal charm. 

Dakota

With an insatiable curiosity and boundless energy, Dakota loves to explore. Her sleek, silver coat shimmers in the sunlight and  her contrasting markings-a breathtaking symphony of light and dark defines her unparalleled beauty. 

Kings

Oscar

Our pride and joy, our beautiful Oscar has the softest personality, he is affectionate and lovable. He has the most adorable rosetted coat a Bengal cat can have and that beauty will be passed down to future generations.

Armour

 Armour is a combination of intelligence and independence.  His muscular physique gives him an athletic appearance and his striking contrast coat markings just perfect. 

Bengal World

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