Bengal Kittens for Sale.

Updated 10/20/2022

We have kittens!!

The Kitten's Prayer

Author Unknown

  Now I lay me down to sleep, the king-size bed is soft and deep. 

I sleep right in the center groove, my human cannot hardly move!

I've trapped her legs, she's tucked in tight and here is where I pass the night.  No one disturbs me or dares intrude, till morning comes and I want food.

I sneak up slowly to begin, my nibbles on my human's chin.

She wakes up quickly,  I have sharp teeth and my claws I will unsheathe.

For the morning's here and it's time to play, I always seem to get my way.

So thank you Lord for giving me, this human person that I see.

The one who hugs me and holds me tight and sacrifices her bed at night.

Photo by Helmi


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Selecting a Bengal

It is often hard to select a kitten at a young age.  So much happens as the kitten develops.  Lighting plays a major role in how the kitten looks in pictures.  If possible visit the breeder and see the kittens in person, they are beautiful.



Same kitten at 1 & 12 weeks



Same kitten, different lighting


Evangelina    &      Benjamin


Evangelina will be had a litter of 5, there are 3 boys and 2 girls.  Her kittens will be able to go home around mid December but we are willing to hold them until Christmas if they are a special gift for someone.


Yellow Girl- Reserved for Fernanda


Pink Girl- Available $1,500


Red Boy - Available $1,300

Blue Boy - Reserved for Malia

Green Boy - Reserved for Mario

Lolita's Girl


Reserved for Nicholas

Upcoming Litters

We are planning on having litters from

Benjamin & Pepper

Benjamin & Nala

Benjamin & Wisteria

In early to mid 2023

Kitten take home starter kit

  • Pet Bed

  • Sample of "Kitty Bloom"

  • Royal Canin Starter Kit

  • Food Samples

  • Your Baby's Favorite Treats

  • TICA Registration Paperwork

  • 1st Dose of Revolution

  • Catnip Sock

  • Your Baby's Favorite Toys

  • Cat Care Guide

  • Copy of All Medical Records

  • Certificate for free Revolution

  • Syringe for administering medicine

Previous kittens

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Contact Form

  Feel free to send us a message.  To add your name to the waiting list just let us know what you are looking for. (i.e. sex, color, pet or breeder and desired parents)

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​  When buying a Bengal kitten or cat you need to remember that "You get what you pay for!".  We put a lot of time and effort into raising our kittens to be as sweet as possible and this is evident in their disposition and temperament.  You can find cheaper kittens but a kitten in poor health will end up costing much more in vet bills.  Kittens patterns and colors develop as the kitten ages, these are major determine factors when it comes to pricing.  We try to price our kittens between 6-8 weeks but prices will often change as the kitten develops.  Once a deposit is made for a kitten the price is locked in.

Top Quality Pet: ​$2,300-$3,000 (Snow & Brown)
$2,500-$3,200 (Silver)
$1,100-$1,500 (Marbled)
Breeder/Show: $3,800 and up
Retired Breeder: $700-$1,500
Pet Quality Bengal's  will have a trait or traits that breeders would not wish to perpetuate within the breed.  The looks of the kitten can still be exceptionally good with a terrific temperament, but a certain trait or traits may set it apart from a breeder/show quality kittens.  Some of these traits are:
-barring (vertical stripes instead of spots)
-lockets ( a single white hair or patch of white hair anywhere on the cat/kitten)
-tail kink (an unnatural bend in the tail)


Breeder/Show Quality Bengal's  ​will have a number of different traits that will make then perfect candidates for showing or breeding.  These kittens will have the size, shape, color and patterns as well as the potential to produce offspring who will meet the show standards.  These cats/kittens will be exceptionally beautiful with great temperaments.  Because of high demand for such extraordinary examples of Bengals the prices for these kittens will be higher than those that are pet quality. 


Retired Breeders  are cats that have been used in our breeding program.  Normally cats are retired after 3-5 years of breeding to prevent undue stress to their bodies.  These retired cats are sold neutered or spayed but still make excellent pets.


Kitten Pet Deposit $257.50

Kitten Breeder Deposit $515.00