Date of Birth:
Outstanding 2 x male & 2 X female Brown Spotted Bengal TICA reg
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READY TO LEAVE NOW. We have available 2 outstanding male & 2 female
Brown Spotted Bengal kittens, as you can see on the photos & video
they already has very distinctive rosettes, they are very playful
and have amazing temperaments, they have all been well socialised in
a loving family home environment, used to all the noises of a family
household, and has been handled from soon after birth.
All our Kittens are PK Def & PRA b normal. They are from champion
winning lines and both the parents can be seen.
Please enquire with your requirements, regarding prices and
Bundara Bengals are small hobby breeders based near Bolton.
Our kittens are well socialised and brought up indoors and are very
much a part of our family.
Our kittens do not leave us before they are at least13 weeks old.
The kittens will be TICA registered. They will be fully vaccinated,
all worming and flea preventative treatments will have been
administered. All kittens come with a 5-generation pedigree and a
care sheet. There will also be a kitten pack with a sample of their
food and litter, 5 weeks free insurance. For more pictures and
reviews please go to our website or facebook page. Please enquire
with your requirements, regarding prices and remaining availability.
When buying a Bengal kitten please consider the below.
1. Buy from a
long-time registered breeder who clearly advertises that they do all
health tests (and ask to see results)
2. Don't settle for what is
the cheapest kitten. Your 'cheap purchase' may prove to be a very
expensive one once the vet is called in.
3. Talk at length to the
breeder. Ask LOTS of questions. And be expected to be asked some
back too!! A good and ethical breeder will always be looking for a
suitable loving and permanent home for their babies.
4. Ask to see
test results. The very BASIC tests will mean PRA-b (early age
blindness ...by around 2 years), PKdef. (ALL are serious issues
within the breed) Ask to see these results from the parent cats and
also the registration documents.... and make sure that the parents
were sold **WITH BREEDING RIGHTS** (This too is important!)
visit!! Ask for photo's first and check that the kitten looks: A.
Healthy. B: Happy. Check he/she will have had a FULL COURSE of
vaccinations (at around 9 and 12 weeks) are included in the cost of
your chosen kitten. We can also arrange to vaccinate your kitten
against Leukaemia (it is a killer), plus microchip at extra cost
before you pick your kitty up.
6. Ask what age the kitten can leave
home. Any breeder allowing a kitten to leave home *before* a full
course of vaccinations (and hopefully neutering too) is possibly a BYB (Back Yard Breeder) and should be avoided. Any breeder worth
their salt will fully vaccinate, microchip AND neuter their kittens
before they leave at around 12 - 13 weeks, and not before. Breeders
who sell their kittens at 7 - 10 weeks do NOT have the kittens' best
interests at heart.
7. AVOID: Anyone who will sell a kitten without
papers/Pedigree Certificate, from non-health tested parents, without
FULL vaccinations, younger than 12 weeks, without papers.
8. TALK to
the seller. You can gain a LOT of info from a breeder/seller just by
conversation in emails, Facebook PM's, texts etc.
thoroughly. Search carefully. Do LOTS of research before you buy.
NEVER make any payment until you are 100% sure that this seller has
a kitten in their possession to sell you, and that they are
registered breeders who do all the relevant health tests.
Finally, talk to other people who have bought kittens from this
seller. Word of mouth is a wonderful way of exchanging both the good
and the bad info. If a breeder has bred for several years, there is
a far bigger chance they will be GOOD, because bad news always
travels faster than good, so if they are BAD breeders, they will not
last very long. I am an ethical, breeder and have bred Bengals for 7
years and have shown our cats and our cats are regularly
successfully shown by their new owners, with excellent results. We
do the essential health tests (which have thankfully been NEGATIVE
to date) ...and are always here to offer help and guidance should it
be needed after you purchase your kitty. All our kittens are born
and raised in our home. This is a very important start for them, as
it accustoms them to life within the home and it's surroundings
before they leave for their new homes. *Our pet kittens start from
around £650* (plus neutering costs) Photos shown here are an example
of our kittens and cats. Both Parents can be viewed. For further
info please email: or check out our website and Facebook page.
Alternatively, you can always phone. Contact details are on our
website. We regularly have a small number of home-bred kittens
available Please note that all prices are FROM and are dependent on
your requirements e.g. breeding, show or pet. No picture seekers or
time wasters please. For further information please visit our web
site or our facebook page (Bundara Bengals).