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Bengal kittens

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Bengal kittens
Kittens available

About  Our Bengal Kittens

At Grand Royal Bengals Cattery, we believe that every Bengal cat and kitten deserves a forever loving family. We urge you to make a thoughtful and informed decision when choosing to bring a new Bengal into your home. Don't let location, price, or a quick 'deal' influence your final decision. If you're looking for a high-quality Bengal kitten that's truly exceptional, look no further than Grand Royal Bengals Cattery. We're dedicated to finding the right homes for our kittens and ensuring that they receive the love and care they deserve.

Introducing our breathtaking litter of 4 Bengal girls! These kittens possess rare color coats that are truly mesmerizing. While our pictures showcase their beauty, please note that camera limitations may not fully capture their true colors. We invite you to visit us in person to witness their captivating hues and exquisite markings firsthand. Prepare to be amazed by their undeniable charm and find your perfect Bengal companion today!

Introducing our enchanting silver blue princess, the second jewel in our litter of four lovely kitten girls, whose mesmerizing coat adorned with striking rosetted markings creates a captivating display, captivating hearts with her exquisite beauty that continues to blossom, inviting you to join us on a magical journey as we witness the unfolding elegance of this remarkable silver blue princess.

Date Of Birth: 06.05.2023

Colour: Silver Blue

Sex: Female

Available

Name: Sweet Orange

Parents: Mum - Silver + Dad - Black Silver

Status:   Ready NOW!

For Reservation:

Meet our adorable silver blue sweetheart, the fourth gem in our litter of delightful kitten girls! Her tiny size hides a beauty that shines brightly, captivating hearts with her elegant coat and irresistible charm. Join us in celebrating the enchanting presence of this captivating silver blue cutie, guaranteed to bring a smile to your face!

Date Of Birth: 06.05.2023

Colour: Silver Blue

Sex: Female

Available

Name: Golden Sweetness

Parents: Mum - Silver + Dad - Black Silver

Status:   Ready NOW!

For Reservation:

Introducing our captivating litter of 6 Bengal kittens, including 4 girls and 2 boys! Their rare color coats and exquisite markings are truly enchanting. Come see their mesmerizing beauty in person and be amazed by their undeniable charm. Find your perfect Bengal companion among these delightful kittens. Reserve your spot today!

Exciting news! Our latest litter of Bengal kittens has arrived. Watch out for updates as we introduce these little balls of energy and their stunning rosetted coats. Stay tuned for adorable pictures and videos of them.

Date Of Birth: 13.05.2023

Colour: Neon Yellow

Sex: Female

Available

Name:

Parents: Mum - Silver + Dad - Black Silver

Status:   Ready NOW!

For Reservation:

Kittens available

Why is it better to choose our kittens?

     Choosing our kittens means choosing the best care and attention for your new furry family member. Our kittens are raised in a loving home environment, socialized with children and given lots of attention from day one. This ensures that they develop into friendly and affectionate cats, who love to cuddle and play. We prioritize the health of our kittens by feeding them the highest quality holistic food and never resort to cheap alternatives like Wiskas or Felix.

     As responsible breeders, we prioritize the well-being of our pets over making continuous sales. We allow our Queens to rest and recover after each litter, so they can produce healthy and happy kittens in the future. We also closely monitor the health of our pets to ensure that we are breeding the best quality kittens with stable breed characteristics. Additionally, we provide lifetime support for all of our customers, so you can have peace of mind knowing that we are always here to help you and your new furry friend.

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     Our kittens are well socialized, handled and loved so they settle quickly and easily into their new homes. Kittens are able to go to their new homes from 13 weeks of age. Socializing kittens - Means all kittens are handled everyday, in a group and one-on-one within a household environment.  They are exposed to other people and other cats.  They start to learn the word NO.  NO people food.  NO scratching the couch.  NO chewing your sister ☺   They know what sunshine is and if the weather is nice, they get to sit by the screen door if they choose. 

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Playing is essential for the development of kittens. When they are with their mother and littermates, they learn social play, which teaches them to understand and communicate with other cats. As they wean, they start playing with objects, which helps them learn the hunting skills of stalking, chasing, and pouncing. Swatting and batting at objects also helps them develop eye-paw coordination. By 12 to 16 weeks old, kittens have developed locomotory play, which includes running, climbing, and leaping, developing agility and coordination.

Play also helps kittens develop essential behaviors for survival, such as play fighting, play killing, and play escape. It also helps shy kittens build self-confidence as they learn to succeed in catching their prey. Kittens weaned too early may miss out on the benefits of social play and may have long-term effects on growing up alone.

During play, if a kitten bites or scratches too hard, its littermate or mother will give a signal that the rough play is not appreciated, teaching the kitten to inhibit its bites and scratches. Kittens without this education may grow up play fighting too roughly, leading to fights when they do not understand their playmate's signals to stop. If you have an orphan kitten, try to find playmates for it. If that is not possible, teach the kitten not to play too roughly by stopping the game when it gets too rough and saying "Ouch!"