We are a small, TICA (The International Cat Association) registered Bengal cat breeder located near Sarasota, Florida. We raise brown, silver and snow Bengal kittens. Our cats and kittens are raised indoors in a clean, loving, family environment. The females roam freely thoughout our home. Each male has his own 10 ft. X 6 ft. enclosure and they spend lots of time playing on our screened patio. They love watching the birds and catching lizards! We spend lots of quality time with our cats. They are fully domesticated and very friendly. The health and temperament of our cats is our number one priority and we focus on quality, not quantity. We usually have 3-4 litters a year. We are a closed cattery, which means we do not allow visitors or offer stud services. We have this policy in place to protect the health of our cats and to ensure their safety.
All of our cats are purebred SBT Bengals registered with TICA (The International Cat Association). SBT stands for studbook tradition, which means the cat is at least 4 generations from the asian leopard cat. SBT Bengals are eligible for competition in the show ring and are fully accepted as a domestic cat.
Please understand the following: WE ARE A HOBBY BREEDER
WHAT IS A HOBBY BREEDER?
Hobby breeders are dedicated to preserving a particular breed of animal. We do not mass produce kittens and we do not breed our females at every heat cycle. Our cats are part of our family and they are treated like royalty. We only breed the very best! We carefully select our breeding cats based on temperament, health and stunning good looks.
We breed because we are passionate about providing families with healthy, happy, socialized kittens. We are also passionate about science and genetics. We send DNA samples of all of our cats and kittens to the Feline Genetics and Comparative Medicine Laboratory at the University of Missouri. My husband and I do not “make a living” from selling cats. We are both working professionals. We do not rely on the sale of our kittens to pay our bills. However, breeding purebred cats is very expensive and the money we make goes right back into providing the very best care for our cats.
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I fell in love with the breed 12 years ago when my husband and I adopted a silver Bengal kitten named Mica. She was purchased as a pet, so she never had kittens. We still have her today and everyone who meets her is captivated by her.
A couple of years ago I decided I wanted to raise Bengal kittens because I love them so much. Luckily my husband is a cat person too, so he thought it was a great idea. I spent many hours researching the breed and searching for the perfect cats. Raising kittens is not easy and it requires a lot of time, energy and resources. It is a labor of love for me! My Bengals bring so much joy to my life and I love being able to share that experience with others.