Silver Bengal Kittens for Sale _

Silver Bengal Kittens for Sale _

See our beautiful silver Bengal kittens for sale as well as an entire page dedicated to silver Bengal cat lovers!

Available Silver Bengal Kittens

Updated everytime a kitten has been reserved

  BENTLEY РKEEPER

Top Quality Silver Charcoal Boy

  Pandora РAvailable

Top Quality Silver Girl

  GABY РAvailable

Top Quality Silver Girl ‚Äď Ready to go ūüôā

  JANIE РAvailable

Top Quality Silver Charcoal Marble Girl

 Malie РAvailable

Top Quality Silver Girl

  Jazz РAVAILABLE

Top Quality Silver Charcoal Marble Boy

  Bianca РReserved

Top Quality Silver Girl

  Boris РReserved

Top Quality Silver Boy

  Rico РAvailable

Top Quality Silver Charcoal Boy

  Rambo РAvailable

Top Quality Silver Boy

  Sierra РReserved

Top Quality Silver Girl

  Riley РReserved

Top Quality Silver Boy

  Oddie РAvailable

Top Quality Silver Charcoal Girl

  Sunny РAvailable

Top Quality Silver Marble Boy

  Sam РAvailable

Top Quality Silver Charcoal Boy

  Siam РAvailable

Top Quality Silver Marble Boy

  Mio РAvailable

Top Quality Silver Boy

  Bryce РReserved

Top Quality Silver Boy

Bengal kittens for sale _

Silver Bengal Kittens for Sale _

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“Our little monsters are full Bengal but also clearly display behaviors that indicate they were well raised with a great deal of love and attention. ¬†We are incredibly grateful to have found WildnSweet and have recommended them to our friends and family as a result.”

– Robyn, James, Shabba & Cherie (Texas, USA)

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 About The Silver Bengal Cat _

About The Silver Bengal Cat  _

What is a silver Bengal cat?

A silver Bengal cat is a little wonder with cold colors! Silver was introduced to the Bengal cat in the 90s and is due to a cross with the American Shorthair cat. Silver is not a color, but rather a lack of color caused by his inhibitory gene (I). The silver Bengal cat we normally see is actually a brown Bengal cat whose silver gene has come to inhibit the warm color pigmentations.

About The Silver Bengal Cat _

What is a Silver Bengal cat?

A silver Bengal cat is a little wonder with cold colors! Silver was introduced to the Bengal cat in the 90s and is due to a cross with the American Shorthair cat. Silver is not a color, but rather a lack of color caused by his inhibitory gene (I). The silver Bengal cat we normally see is actually a brown Bengal cat whose silver gene has come to inhibit the warm color pigmentations.

Silver Bengal cats in all colors!

Wild N Sweet Bengals is one of the few catteries in the world that produces silver Bengal kittens in all possible colors:

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Silver Bengal cats in all colors!

Wild N Sweet Bengals is one of the few catteries in the world that produces silver Bengal kittens in all possible colors:

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The silver snow Bengal cat

The silver snow Bengal cat is simply a silver that has also received the snow gene. In terms of appearance, the silver snow looks a lot like a standard snow. When they are still kittens, it is difficult to differentiate between the 2. But as he grows, we notice that the silver snow is often colder in coloration than a regular snow, with gray ear-tips and a slight silver shade on his body. The contrast is also accentuated as he ages.

The silver snow Bengal cat

The silver snow Bengal cat is simply a silver that has also received the snow gene. In terms of appearance, the silver snow looks a lot like a standard snow. When they are still kittens, it is difficult to differentiate between the 2. But as he grows, we notice that the silver snow is often colder in coloration than a regular snow, with gray ear-tips and a slight silver shade on his body. The contrast is also accentuated as he ages.

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The silver charcoal Bengal cat

The silver charcoal Bengal cat has a unique appearance that seduces everyone in his path. Darker than a standard silver Bengal cat, we quickly notice his “Zorro markings” which are a mask on the face as well as a darker cape on his back. The intensity of the mask and the presence of the cape vary according to each cat. His rosettes are also different, filled with black ink instead of outlined and empty.

 

The silver charcoal Bengal cat

The silver charcoal Bengal cat has a unique appearance that seduces everyone in his path. Darker than a standard silver Bengal cat, we quickly notice his “Zorro markings” which are a mask on the face as well as a darker cape on his back. The intensity of the mask and the presence of the cape vary according to each cat. His rosettes are also different, filled with black ink instead of outlined and empty.

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The silver smoke Bengal cat

The silver smoke Bengal cat is both silver and melanistic (black). To describe him, we say a silver smoke Bengal, not a silver melanistic. This color is really special because the melanistic gene makes the Bengal cat all black and the silver gene whitens the background of the coat. In the end, the silver smoke Bengal cat is black with a pure white background. He literally looks like a mini black panther!

The silver smoke Bengal cat

The silver smoke Bengal cat is both silver and melanistic (black). To describe him, we say a silver smoke Bengal, not a silver melanistic. This color is really special because the melanistic gene makes the Bengal cat all black and the silver gene whitens the background of the coat. In the end, the silver smoke Bengal cat is black with a pure white background. He literally looks like a mini black panther!

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The silver blue Bengal cat

The silver blue Bengal cat looks a lot like a blue, but with a slight silver shade. As a kitten, it’s hard to tell the difference between the two. As he grows, the difference is accentuated, because the silver gene comes out and lightens the peach color we usually see in the blue Bengal cat.

 

The silver blue Bengal cat

The silver blue Bengal cat looks a lot like a blue, but with a slight silver shade. As a kitten, it’s hard to tell the difference between the two. As he grows, the difference is accentuated, because the silver gene comes out and lightens the peach color we usually see in the blue Bengal cat.

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Silver bengal cat Eye Colors

Gold | Silver

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Green | Silver

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Blue | Silver snow

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How to produce silver Bengal kittens?

Silver is very simple to produce, since this gene is dominant. This means that you only need one silver parent to produce silver Bengal kittens. Where it’s more complicated is when it’s time to produce a color of quality. The silver is recognized as being very difficult to work.

Two silver Bengal cats together will mostly produce silver kittens, but they could also produce brown kittens. However 2 brown cats can never produce silver kittens.

How to produce silver Bengal kittens?

Silver is very simple to produce, since this gene is dominant. This means that you only need one silver parent to produce silver Bengal kittens. Where it’s more complicated is when it’s time to produce a color of quality. The silver is recognized as being very difficult to work.

Two silver Bengal cats together will mostly produce silver kittens, but they could also produce brown kittens. However 2 brown cats can never produce silver kittens.

Photo Gallery _

Photo Gallery _

The silver Bengal cat … a little, a lot, passionately!