We have one really lovely marbled baby Bengal boy available for reserving. He will be ready to leave in March.
About the marbled pattern:
This kind of marbled pattern starts off as quite dark and without much pattern. The pattern and colours develop as the kitten grows, and more gold and red splotches become evident right up until the cat matures. You can see the end result in the 3 photo's of their dad INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION SUNTOUCHED KITO which are also posted here. This baby boy has a fabulous short tight coat, so clarity and colour will be super! The mum is a beautiful clouded girl that we imported from Greece.
About our cats/kittens:
We do heart screening on most of our adult cats (there is heart disease in Bengals just like many other breeds, and moggies too)... and also test for PK deficiency, PRA-b (causes blindness in young cats) TF and other internal parasites. Our most recent tests all came back Negative.
This kitten is priced at £695 each and will come with the following:
3 x vet health checks.
A full course of vaccinations (incl Leukaemia).
Preventative flea, worm and ear mite treatment.
Kitten pack with food samples, litter and toys etc.
Neutering/Spaying (There is an extra charge of £75 each to cover this, but obviously you then don't have to have this done when the kitten is 6 months of age. It is all done for you.)
After-sales service. We will always be here to answer questions/queries regarding settling in, food, or whatever, as we do care about our babies and want both them AND the new owners to be happy.
A non-refundable deposit of £150 will reserve a kitten for you.
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