Kitten or Retired Cat? Retired breeder/show cats do make excellent pets, but it takes a bit of patience. These cats are used to living in the cattery as one of a larger group. Individual attention is sometimes a bit overwhelming to them, but in time, they can't get enough. When bringing them home, treat them as you would a kitten, confine them to a small area (bathrooms are best), when you are not home to be sure they are using the litter box appropriately in their new surroundings. Spend a few minutes "making friends" daily, scratching, petting, talking to them - even if they aren't asking for it. While kittens adjust in just 2 days, and adult will take 2 weeks. The advantages; price, show experience and titles, bathing experience, nail clipping/grooming experience, vet experience, crating/travel experience, manners, and litter box training already completed. In short you have a fully trained and usually shown kitty, it just takes more time to "make friends" with him/her.

Our Adult cats are top quality breeding cats that have had litters of kittens and then are spayed and ready to go to their loving permanent pet homes.

Bengal retired cat contract of sale

Royal Bengal Hermes

bengal catBreed: Bengal

Color: Brown (Black) Spotted Tabby


DOB: 9/11/2016

Sir: Aristocat Bengal Kahuna

Dam: Magiccasttle Blue HawaI

SBT: 091116 058


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Royal Bengal Oliver

bengal cat

Breed: Bengal

Color: Seal Spotted Lynx (Tabby) Point

DOB: 04/20/2017

Sir: Snowcold Watson

Dam:Goldleopard Snow Blizzard

SBT: 102312 018 | TICA Registration

genetic tests: PKDef | PRA


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