Our Bengal kittens are raised in our home with our young children and their Mothers. The temperaments of our breeding stock along with our constant handling and socialization, done by both adults and children, helps ensure that our babies come to you prepared as much as possible to enter your life and homes. When getting a Lap Leopard Bengal kitten you can be assured of the quality in temperament, health and looks for your Bengal Cat.
We also release our kittens at the tender age of 8 weeks instead of 12 weeks like most breeders because we feel that at this vulnerable age they bond quicker and strongly to you and adjust better to their new home. Staying with the breeder any longer runs the risk of getting use to their litter-mates and the home environment of the breeder.
Lap Leopard Bengal Kittens
We recommend submitting an application and submitting a deposit for a Bengal kitten sooner rather then later. This will ensure, as much as possible, the availability of your preferred kitten in the shortest time frame possible.
The estimated wait time for your kitten is dependent upon your placement on the Depositor list, the quantity of kittens born, and the preferences of everyone else on the Depositor list ahead of you. The broader your preferences the sooner you may receive your kitten. Estimated wait times may be given under the Depositor list.
Why Buy a Lap Leopard Bengal
Bengal Kitten Pricing
Top Quality Pet
$1,100-$1,300 spotted Leopards
$2500 and up
Price Reflects Quality
Our kittens are priced to reflect their quality, the investment of care we put into our Bengals and the time we give to them and to you.
Kitten prices are based on a number of things including, type, pattern, coat and clarity. Based on these assessments we will price our kittens when they turn 4 weeks old. The prices for pet kittens will fall within the range of $1,000-$1,300.
General Guideline Used:
$1,000 for Marbles
$1,100 has 3 stripes down back & Rib bar
$1,200 has either 3 stripes OR Rib bar
$1,300 has NEITHER 3 strips or Rib bar
Stripe-like or faded rosettes can lower cost
All kittens are born with 3 stripes down the back. As kittens age, the stripe down the spine stays but the stripes on either side can break up into spots or remain stripes. Some kittens are also born with 1 or more stripes behind the arm where the ribs are. These are known as "Rib bars." In general, the more spots and less stripes, the higher the quality.
We Breed For:
If you are interested in an altered show Bengal kitten we would be pleased to assist you. We would love to see our Bengals out there showing and seeing their owner's enjoyment and success. We only sell entire show and breeding kittens to registered breeders who we feel strive for the highest Cattery standards and ethics. If you are a Bengal breeder and are interested in working with us and our lines we look forward to hearing from you.
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