Frequently Asked

Frequently Asked

 Everything you need to know about Bengal cats _

Q: What should I do if I want to adopt an available kitten on your website?

You must contact us for more information. If everything suits you, you will need to leave a deposit of $800 to reserve your kitten.

Q: What should I do if I want to be sure to have a kitten from one of your next litters?

The best way is to contact us to be added to our waiting list. We ask for a deposit of $500 which will be deducted from the price of your future kitten. You will be able to choose your Bengal first, with the other people on the waiting list (in order of arrival).

Q: What should I do if I want a kitten already on hold or under evaluation?

Do not hesitate to contact us if this happens. The kitten could become available, and we will let you know.

Q: How do I know when new kittens are available?

1) The best way is to be added to our waiting list, allowing you to be the first to know and choose when your turn comes ($500 reservation deposit required).

2) The second way is to subscribe to our newsletter. It’s free and you will receive an email as soon as new available kittens are posted on our website.

Q: What is your price range for your Bengal kittens?

Our prices range from $3,000 to $5,000 depending on the quality, pattern and color of the kitten. Shipping costs are not included in the kitten’s price.

* For Canadian customers: taxes in your province will be added to the final amount.

Q: When I adopt a kitten that has already been named on your website, can I change his name?

Yes, of course! You can choose a new name or decide to keep the one we gave him.

Q: If I live in another country, how will my kitten's delivery work?

We deliver our kittens worldwide (by plane). We take care of everything so that your new companion arrives safe and sound. You only need to pick him up at the nearest airport.

Q: Do Bengals get along well with children and other animals?

Yes! Bengal cats love children, dogs and other cats because it puts action into their lives. It’s only a matter of time before they play and sleep together. Make sure you have respectful kids and pets for your new Bengal cat.

Q: I currently have a male/female cat at home. Should my next kitten be a male or a female?

The sex of your new kitten does not matter as long as both are neutered or spayed. They will get along very well whether they are of the same sex or not. The age gap will make a bigger difference.

Q: What makes a better companion, a male or a female?

As long as your companion is neutered or spayed, there is not much difference between the sexes. Usually, males tend to be more affectionate, and females are more independent, but over the years we have noticed that females can be extremely affectionate and loving as well. You can have shy males and really extroverted females, and vice versa. It all depends on their own personality. Each kitten or cat is different, and that’s why we always try to place the good Bengal cat in the right family.

Q: I am allergic to cats, are Bengal cats hypoallergenic?

No. Bengal cats are not considered a hypoallergenic breed. You may have noticed that you are less allergic to them than to other cats, and if so, it’s great! But we cannot guarantee that you will not develop allergies over time. We do not offer any trial period either, so make sure you make the right decision for you and your Bengal before adopting him. What will you do with your Bengal if you develop allergies? This is something very important to consider.

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