Bengal Cats For Sale Lincolnshire
Bengal Cats Available 07475227368
We are Hobbyist Breeders and also offer a Fostering Re-homing Service. We provide Quality Cats For Sale throughout the year.
We are committed to providing pets with the best forever homes. We provide some of the best rosetted Bengal Cats For Sale in Licolnshire UK and did you know we also Foster/Adopt Unwanted Cats when we have space that is!
As a responsible Breeder, we only provide two litters a year.
Cats For Sale Near Lincolnshire
We are a small but professional TICA-registered breeder. We provide a very personal approach to our Breeding Program which in turn provides some amazing Bengal Cats.
We only produce the very best bloodlines for sale. This is a testament to the unique patterns and Colours of our furry friends that we bring into people’s life. Some of our past Bengals have had the most amazing Brown Rosetted Markings we have ever seen.
You can find us in Rotherham, Yorkshire, the UK, and we are close to the M1 and A1 should you decide to take a trip out to see the cats and us. I’m sure they would love to see you too! Call us on 07475227368 to find out if we have any Bengal Cats available.
Free To Explore Outdoors
You will find that they are brought up in a free open environment and have access to all areas of our household, and also benefitting from several outdoor Cattio spaces we provide them.
Plus, we only breed these types, so this is where our specialty starts with these majestic creatures! See the below picture, we built our own cat enclosures ourselves, here is one website for you to look at if you are interested in this type of thing.
Kittens Prices From
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Our Latest Bengal Cats For Sale
Snow Bengal Kitten For Sale – Name Daisy
Snow Bengal Kitten For Sale – Name Daisy – Reserved
This astonishing Snow Bengal Cat (Sepia) has the most amazing
When you visit us you will instantly realise that you are buying something exceptional. As mentioned above, we treat all our Cats with a serious amount of respect, because they are part of our family and in turn, they become extremely affectionate animals.
Neutering must happen within six months of having your pet. Once this has occurred, you will be reimbursed up to a maximum Cost of £75. You would then get the official Tica pedigree slip. If failure to neuter your cat within six months, then a pedigree slip will NOT be provided to you and you will lose the benefits of being able to register your new pet.
The procedure helps to dissuade unscrupulous people from farming out our youngsters and keeps them away, we don’t and won’t deal with these type of people so please don’t call if you have an agenda to breed from our pets
Hobbyist Bengal Cat Breeders
We have invested lots of hard work, love, and passion into our family pet cats. Our household is hectic, and this only enhances their socialisation skills.
It benefits you immensely when you take your Kitten away to its new home. When one is available, they will come to you fully litter-trained and scratch-post-trained.
We are a Breeder who understands the type of cat inside out which ensures you have a seamless, hassle-free experience. You can expect them to spring into action when they arrive at your home, regardless of what’s going on.
You can find us in Rotherham, Yorkshire, the UK, and we are close to the M1 and A1 should you decide to take a trip out to see the cats and us. I’m sure they would love to see you too! Call us on 07475227368 to find out if we have any Bengal Cats For Sale.
Some Common Questions
The Price of a Bengal Cat
£700 to £1600 is the average Bengal Cat Price you would most probably pay on the internet. Our Beautiful Kittens For Sale start at £750, depending on colours and bloodlines. Ours carry the unique glitter gene, which means that their coats sparkle in certain lights.
Are Bengal Cats Friendly
Yes of course, they are friendly; they get along with others, including humans fine. There is One provision to this, Socialisation from birth is so IMPORTANT. If you find this missing, then avoid the Bengal Cat breeder and buy elsewhere.
That goes for all types of domestic cats too, but more so for this breed. You will never get socialisation skills back from an adult cat who missed this out at birth.
Where Do Bengal Cats Come From
They were created by crossing the Asian Leopard Cat with native breeds, which include the Domestic Tabby, Egyptian Mau, Burmese and Abyssinians. Visit our Blog Page for more Cat News Articles
Where we are Located
Areas we cover in Lincolnshire
Alford, Anderby Creek, Boston, Bourne, Caistor, Cleethorpes, Gainsborough, Grantham, Grimsby, Horncastle, Lincoln, Louth, Mablethorpe, Market Deeping, Market Rasen, Sleaford, Spalding, Spilsby, Stamford, Sutton on Sea, Tealby, Woodhall Spa, Skegness