The Bengal Fuzzy stage

Bengal kittens are born with a beautiful coat that shows their rosetted markings exceptionally well. Around 6-8 weeks they grow guard hairs with white tips on the ends that obscure their markings. 

These hairs fall out between between 3-5 months leaving them looking stunning once again. 

The picture above is before her fuzzy stage advanced.

The next pictures you can see how faded her markings appeared at 14 weeks and how much clearer they look at 5 months old.

Bengal kittens



Bengals are a ton of fun to live with! Some people equate living with a Bengal to living with a dog in a cat’s body. Many like playing in water, playing fetch(see videos in past kittens), walking on a leash, and all of mine will sit at your feet to beg for food when you eat. They are extremely intelligent, curious, active, and enjoy playing always. Most Bengals get along with other pets, especially when introduced as kittens. They are great with children when they are raised with them and enjoy the attention young children provide. They even do well with toddlers but they should have an escape for when they are done “playing”. (I personally have twin toddlers that love packing ours around). If you won’t be home during the day to entertain your Bengal; you may want to consider buying two of them, providing a lot of vertical climbing space, or buying an exercise wheel so they can burn off their excess energy.


20% discount for additional kitten(s)

Silver Bengal sisters sleeping together after lots of play time. Bengal playmates are the best


20% discount for additional kitten(s)


Bengals do the best when they have a furry playmate and it is very entertaining watching two Bengals play! It is also a great way for them to burn off energy.


10% discount for previous customers looking to find a playmate

Hypoallergenic

My son has a test confirmed moderate allergy to cats (tested because we got a regular domestic cat in 2014 that we ended up rehoming). He cannot hold a regular cat for more than a minute before his symptoms become intolerable(very red itchy eyes, pouring sinuses, itching, & headache). If he lives in a house with one he develops a persistent cough. He has been living with our Bengals since the beginning of 2017 with no cough and is even able to handle our Bengal cats and kittens without symptoms. 

There is no guarantee that all people with a cat allergy will be nonreactive, but we are happy to schedule a visit if you want to see how you react.