Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, as every cat they can do some damage, mostly scratching. Every cat has natural right to be a cat.

As Bengals are highly active and curious they can destroy some items as well.

Basically you have to choose to have a cat or to have perfect and completely ordered house. And Bengals are not an exception.

If you are not ready for that please do not consider to have a cat.

Yes, they can however they are reported as rarely caused it:

“These cats are said to produce less Fel d 1 protein than many other breeds and shed less hair, and owners with allergies report that Bengals rarely trigger them.” https://www.purina.co.uk/cats/behaviour-and-training/understanding-cat-behaviour/hypoallergenic-cat-breeds#:~:text=These%20cats%20are%20said%20to,around%20and%20playing%20with%20water.

We release kittens when we see that he\she is ready to go, usually it occurs at the age of 10-12 weeks.

However if kitten has some temporary disorder or too attached to the mom we may keep the kitten longer.

We never put our kittens at risk and release them sick.

Bengal cat is a good source of therapy from the early age.

However it is very important to chose the people oriented and friendly kitten.

Bengals can be the source of a lot of positive emotions as you can enjoy simply by their appearance, their silky coat, golden or silver glitter, gorgeous movement and of course their intelligence and jumps.

Deposit has two purposes - to reserve the kitten and to be used for neutering.

We take the deposit CAD 300.

We do not support backdoor breeding and try to eliminate it the best way we can.

If we will not be able to do neutering with our clinic then you have to do it with your vet and deposit will be returned to you in full upon the proof of neutering/ spaying.

Please tell us about yourself, without this information we can not see you as a serious buyer.

Tell us if you are interested in male or female specifically.

You are welcome to ask questions, but we expect you to make your research about Bengals first.

We are happy to share our experience of having Bengals as not every information on Internet is correct.

We may ask you for CAD 100 to put you in the waiting list which will be counted towards reservation fee in the future.

You can ask us to put you in the waiting list if no kittens are available or you are waiting for the kitten from the specific queen \ king.

We will notify people from the waiting list before advertising. So you will have a priority to choose if you will be interested at that time. If you did not pay to be in the waiting list, we will wait 24 hours for your reply after notification, then discard your name from the list if we do not get any reply from you. Please tell us how would you like to be notified - email or text message over the phone. If your name is discarded from the waiting list you will not have a priority to choose a kitten however you are welcome to contact us for the available kittens.

In case you are registered for the waiting list with CAD100, it will be subtracted from reservation fee which is normally CAD 300 for the pet. We will wait for your reply within 3 days and you will always have a priority to choose from available kittens. However if you do not reply within 3 days the first priority to pick the kitten maybe given to the next interested person.

We have Buy&Sell Agreement form for that.

You will need to sign it before transferring the deposit so please get familiar with it first.

We will sign the agreement when we get the deposit and will send the full signed copy to you. It is a proof that kitten is reserved for you which means he / she will not be offered to somebody else.